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In another example of solar energy providing crucial power for use miles from grid electricity, Finland-based Naps Systems was chosen to deliver twenty-two autonomous solar electricity systems to Siemens for Uganda Telecom's cellular network extension project. The network of solar arrays will open up cellular phone and television service for millions of users in Uganda.
September 19, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Comsearch, of Ashburn Virginia claims wind turbines can interfere with surrounding microwave and broadcast signals. According to the company’s reports, the wireless infrastructure in and around a proposed wind farm installation needs to be assessed; and wind energy farms need to be built in compliance with any federal and local regulations governing interference into microwave and […]
Energy Cast is a podcast featuring some of the top experts across all links in the energy industry chain, including renewables, generation and more! Jay Dauenhauer created the show and has been hosting Energy Cast for several years. Click below to listen to the full episode: It was a comment from my guest on Episode 43 that made me look into solar […]
Xantrex, a developer, manufacturer, and marketer of power electronic and control products for the distributed, mobile and programmable power markets, announced their XPower portable "power-in-a-box" systems will keep essential appliances operating during power outages. According to Xantrex, the XPower Powerpack 300 Plus and 1500 portable power systems are compact, easy-to-operate, and inexpensive sources of household power that people can use to run lights, fans, televisions and computers. The XPower 1500 also powers microwave ovens, refrigerators and other critical appliances, Xantrex states.
New Delhi, India [The Times of India] An auto driver, a midwife, a rose picker…these may not sound like your average consumers of renewable energy but for Harish Hande, a 37-year-old engineer whose solar energy company Selco India recently won the prestigious ‘Green Oscar’, it’s all about tailoring innovation to match a particular need. “Rural India isn’t running microwaves and […]
The SunShot Initiative welcomes Dr. Charlie Gay, the program’s new director, a solar industry pioneer who has witnessed its rise from a niche technology that powered microwave repeaters on isolated mountaintops to the robust business it is today.
Chicago, Illinois [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Diversified Ethanol, a division of James Monroe Capital Corporation, has used ultrasonic energy to break down corn — cold, which can result in ethanol plants using 20% less corn to get the same amount of sugars, and continues patent process, and refined processes with engineering companies who have patents on special new high-power ultrasonic devices. When a […]
Regular readers of ATW may remember a story referred to a few weeks ago about placing solar arrays on the moon or in space and transmitting the energy to Earth via microwaves. That out-of-this-world idea has gotten additional attention from Kenneth Silber a contributor to TechCentralStation.com In his article, “Serious Solar Power,” Silber advocates the possibility of such arrays suggesting […]
[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Tata BP Solar, India’s largest solar company has won a project from Alcatel Contracting GmbH, Germany. The order for supply of Solar Power Systems for CORDECT Telecom network spread all over the Bhutan Kingdom was won against stiff international competition and the project is funded by DANIDA, Denmark. The CORDECT network includes VOIP, Switching system, Backbone Network and Subscriber […]
When WindPole Ventures was founded, the original plan was to develop projects on or near the 1,200 microwave towers across the U.S. When project development became more difficult, the company turned to data acquisition.