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UK Renewable Energy Publishers Unite

UK Renewable Energy Publishers Unite

December 19, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Two major UK-based renewable energy-oriented publishers have consolidated their interests in a business acquisition. James & James (Science Publishers) Limited, publisher of internationally renowned titles on renewable and sustainable energy, waste management and conservation, announced the acquisition of Earthscan Publications Limited from Kogan Page Limited. James & James said this consolidates them as the most significant […]
AE Solaron Inverters Selected for 5-MW Sunset Reservoir PV Project

AE Solaron Inverters Selected for 5-MW Sunset Reservoir PV Project

Advanced Energy Industries Inc. has confirmed that its Solaron PV inverters have been selected to power the 5-megawatt (MW) San Francisco Sunset Reservoir solar project. The project was awarded to Advanced Energy by Recurrent Energy, which will own and operate the solar power system and is developing the project in partnership with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
Garrad Hassan Forecasts 3-GW of Wind

Garrad Hassan Forecasts 3-GW of Wind

Garrad Hassan (GH) has announced that is has reached its target for 2007, providing forecasts for 3 gigawatts (GW) of wind energy worldwide using its GH Forecaster system.
Wind Turbine Manufacturers Ramp Up Business

Wind Turbine Manufacturers Ramp Up Business

In time for last week's major annual European wind energy conference, some of the big players announced new deals and expansions. There was an expected announcement from GE Energy, highlighting the commissioning of a wind farm in Germany comprised of GE turbines. There were turbine order contracts announced from other manufacturers as well. And perhaps most interestingly, there was news of a possible manufacturing expansion into the U.S. from a German turbine powerhouse.
Inprova Energy powers up for growth

Inprova Energy powers up for growth

Procurement outsourcing specialist Inprova Group has launched its new energy business Inprova Energy – following its acquisitions and integration of the established energyTEAM, ENER-G Procurement, and UES Energy businesses. The newly branded business – Inprova Energy – is already one of the top ten business energy procurement and management consultancies in the UK and has a 40-year history. Last year, the company managed almost 3,000 gas and electricity supply contracts worth nearly £1 billion. It now aims to build on its strong reputation as a trusted energy advisor to pursue further growth. The 100-strong Inprova Energy team helps a wide variety of businesses, including Virgin Atlantic, Hotel du Vin, National Grid, Carlsberg and retail group White Stuff, to reduce energy costs and manage energy efficiency and compliance. The company's specialist water division is also helping organisations to prepare for water market reform. Paul Kennedy, Inprova Group Chief Executive, said: "Since acquiring three energy consultancy businesses in 2015, we have now completed their integration into Inprova Group and the launch of Inprova Energy completes this process. The size and scale of our energy business enables us to negotiate highly competitive contracts for customers by taking a larger aggregation of spend to market, whilst ensuring we’re agile and flexible to always take care of each of our customer's specific needs." "Inprova Energy has ambitious growth targets and further acquisitions will never be off the table. Our vision is to be the most trusted energy advisor in the UK and it is this that drives us to deliver the best customer experience for our clients. We are close to being one of the UK's top five third party intermediaries, but our main focus is on delivering world-class operations and providing a truly trusted and outstanding service." During the last 12 months, customers benefited from £5 million worth of savings through the expertise of Inprova Energy advisors, working with 21 different energy suppliers to negotiate flexible, fixed and collective contracts. The company has offices in Warwickshire, Cheshire, Sussex and Caerphilly, as well as a procurement operation in the US. It works with organisations of all sizes and across all sectors – both public and private – to provide a 'total energy management' approach to improving business performance through smarter energy management. This includes business energy purchasing and analysis, energy and water auditing and management, carbon reduction and reporting and legislative compliance. As members of the Energy Institute's Register for Chartered Energy Managers and Register of Professional Energy Consultants, Inprova Energy's chartered advisers are qualified ESOS Lead Assessors, and certified to deliver Carbon Trust Standard, ISO 50001 and carbon footprint measurement services. Further information: www.inprovaenergy.com
Why utilities in Minnesota and other states need to plan for more competition

Why utilities in Minnesota and other states need to plan for more competition

Utility regulators must exercise vigilance to ensure that utility-scale and utility-owned investments don’t crowd out distributed energy solutions just because they do not provide profits to the monopoly utility’s shareholders.
Sustainable, environmentally responsible controls and practices for the PV industry

Sustainable, environmentally responsible controls and practices for the PV industry

With the rapid increase in demand (both consumer and commercial) for PV products, it is essential that the PV industry fulfill the perception of being a green industry by avoiding many of the past environmental, health & safety (EHS) pitfalls encountered during the expansion of similar high-technology industries
Perspectives: New Leadership for Canadian Hydro

Perspectives: New Leadership for Canadian Hydro

Since its creation in 1998, the Canadian Hydropower Association (CHA) has succeeded in positioning itself as the voice of the hydropower industry in Canada.
Perspectives: The Importance of Telling Hydro’s Story

Perspectives: The Importance of Telling Hydro’s Story

In October 2014, at the HydroVision Brasil event in Sao Paulo, the International Hydropower Association (IHA) held a hydropower briefing.
PV inverter service plan extended warranty market

PV inverter service plan extended warranty market

A new study from IMS Research reveals that the multi-million dollar market for PV inverter service plans and extended warranties is forecast to grow by over 480% between 2010 and 2014, creating huge opportunities for inverter suppliers.