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Exploring Europe’s approach to offshore wind and green hydrogen

Exploring Europe’s approach to offshore wind and green hydrogen

Interest in using offshore wind for green hydrogen production across Europe is driven by large offshore wind capacity targets, declining offshore wind costs, favorable policies, carbon prices, and a focus on economy-wide decarbonization. Pilot projects are underway, yet significant obstacles remain to wide-scale implementation.
Sunnovations Launches Monitoring Tools for Solar Water Heating

Sunnovations Launches Monitoring Tools for Solar Water Heating

A Virginia startup is launching a monitoring system that it says will not only enable homeowners keep track of the performance of their solar water heaters but also help states craft more effective incentives for installing those systems.
Listen Up: The Emergence of Solar Industry E-Commerce

Listen Up: The Emergence of Solar Industry E-Commerce

One way to tell that an industry is growing up is when global marketplaces emerge. Buyers and sellers of PV products of all shapes, sizes and specifications are actively transacting business on six of the seven continents (my apologies to Antarctica). With all this diversity, it's gotten too complicated to keep track of the details. So it's no surprise that dedicated PV industry e-commerce solutions are emerging.
Sustainable Women Series: Tips for Contractors, The Future of Solar & Workforce Development

Sustainable Women Series: Tips for Contractors, The Future of Solar & Workforce Development

The solar industry is booming, and there’s a lot to keep track of. From system configuration to energy storage, O&M (Operations and Maintenance) and beyond, the job of Franklin Beach Energy’s Managing Director Carter Wall is never really done. Sustainable woman Carter discusses her career, trends in solar, tips for contractors, faulty O&M contracts, preventative maintenance and workforce diversity.
EnaSolar Inverters from New Zealand

EnaSolar Inverters from New Zealand

I have just written an article about EnaSolar, an inverter manufacturer from New Zealand. Most people don’t really associate the land of the long white cloud with anything high-tech, but EnaSolar’s inverters are nothing to sneeze at. They come equipped with sophisticated monitoring technology that allows the owner, installer, and manufacturer to keep track of system performance via a Wi-Fi […]
Bike Tour Visits Wind, Ethanol Facilities

Bike Tour Visits Wind, Ethanol Facilities

State representatives, industry officials, and some people who just want to come along for the ride are taking a bicycle tour across states in the Midwest to get familiar with renewable energy.
Governor’s PV Finds a Scholastic Home

Governor’s PV Finds a Scholastic Home

When renovations to the carriage house at the Colorado Governor's mansion left a solar photovoltaic (PV) array without a home, the state Office of Energy Management and Conservation made sure the system didn't go to waste. The PV array was the prize in this year's statewide Colorado Energy Science Center (CESC) Home Energy Investigation Contest, and was won by Penrose Middle School.
Blockchain to Shape New Trends in Energy Trading

Blockchain to Shape New Trends in Energy Trading

The recent trends in the energy industry such as the rise in prosumerism and increasing deployment of smart meters have resulted in better data analytics, storage and communication solutions to the energy industry.
Stirling Solar Technology Lives

Stirling Solar Technology Lives

Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico, famous for its nuclear research programs is now home to Stirling Energy Systems, the solar thermal company that initially announced plans to develop large levels of solar thermal capacity in 2005 and subsequently dropped off the radar. The company is backed now with capital, an alliance with DOE and a development arm called Tessera […]
If You Want to Advance in the Energy Industry, Don’t Be Afraid to Wave Your Flag

If You Want to Advance in the Energy Industry, Don’t Be Afraid to Wave Your Flag

On Wednesday, January 24 during a DistribuTECH networking breakfast, panelists — 3 women from the energy industry — described how they had overcome challenges and made sure that their careers advanced in the directions that they wanted to go.