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NREL and DOE's Solar Energy Technologies Office will take field measurements at wind developer Acciona Energy’s Nevada Solar One facility.
As a proven and highly effective way of generating energy from waste, anaerobic digestion offers great potential to farmers for converting waste into biogas that can also be used to generate electricity. It produces a nutrient-rich digestate that can be used as a fertiliser into the bargain. It has the support of the coalition government. Both small and large scale AD plants are now up and running in many parts of the country. There’s a great untapped potential for the wider use of the technology. And yet it’s being held back by planning policies – both nationally and sometimes at a local level.
The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians is encouraging Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber to include feed-in tariffs for renewable energy in his 10-year energy plan.
http://www.myvideo.de/watch/8251582/Das_Thermoelement Small household electric pressure well copes with this thermal process. The element is made on technology of modulation of electric charges. In industrial conditions it can be used in the geothermal processes occurring in special boreholes. (Patents) Some boreholes, expanded in a ground part, (6D) in a static thermal zone of a geological layer. Unlike the existing geothermal boreholes, […]
International distributor of renewable energy systems, Electron Solar Energy, announced that it has added solar water heating systems to its product portfolio.
As more people are taking their solar installations into their own hands, and new installers are taking to the market, user friendly tools are become more important to the installation process.
Just when you thought supporting and using renewable energy was patriotic enough, ICP Global Technologies unveils a line of solar panels in red, white and blue colors.
With its vast and growing energy needs and low-cost manufacturing capabilities, China's forays into renewable energy are watched closely. This week a preliminary agreement between two Chinese companies aims to commercialize solar photovoltaic cells.
EU support for solar electricity is critical if the technology is to achieve its global potential, according to the "Solar Generation II" report released by the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) and Greenpeace.
Market uncertainty is the bane of any company's existence. Renewable energy companies, in particular, face difficulties in getting off the ground without some market certainty, which is why many nations (and some U.S. states) have opted for a feed-in tariff policy to support renewable energy.