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New York [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] GS CleanTech Corporation announced its installation of the first stage of GS CleanTech’s Corn Oil Extraction System (COES) at Little Sioux Corn Processors, LLC, an Iowa-based ethanol producer. The company’s patent-pending corn oil extraction technology helps ethanol producers enhance production and increase revenues. GS CleanTech’s COES can extract about 3 million gallons of crude corn oil from […]
Batteries that store electricity and offset power required from the grid during peak periods are key to unlocking lucrative power and transport markets, according to BMI Research.
As more than 50 million Americans and Canadians recover from the Blackout of 2003, conversations turn to the future and how to avoid this kind of disaster from happening again. At the Renewable Energy for Wyoming Conference in Douglas, Wyoming, discussions will undoubtedly focus on how wind power and other sustainable energy sources can play a larger role in the prevention of future catastrophic blackouts.
A joint venture between global energy giant TotalEnergies and Simply Blue Group, a developer of floating offshore wind projects, aims to capitalize on the "vast potential" of floating offshore wind projects in the U.S.
A successful solar photovoltaic installation is one in which the customer is happy and has received what was expected. Some would say that a proper installation is the first step. While a proper installation is of crucial importance, the most important first steps usually occur during the selling process where information is gathered, a proposal is generated and where the customer expectations are set.
The Prometheus Institute for Sustainable Development, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, released "Polysilicon: Supply, Demand & Implications for the PV Industry." The authors of the October 2006 report, Hilary Flynn and Travis Bradford, open by saying, "Our goal is to accelerate the deployment of socially beneficial sustainable technologies, including those of energy, water, and food, by educating industry participants, advocates, and policymakers about their advantages. We achieve our mission by collecting and disseminating reliable data, quantitative analysis, and practical information about these industries."
6N Silicon Inc. secured US$5.7 million in its first round of venture capital financing that will enable it to develop and commercialize a proprietary process for purifying inexpensive, readily available metallurgical grade silicon into solar grade silicon for the photovoltaic (PV) industry.
Orlando Wagner and Jochen Hauff compare the booming renewables market with other sectors where a boom has been followed by a bust, on the lookout for danger signals. They conclude that the renewable energy sector has strong foundations - but does have some areas of vulnerability, which they examine in detail. They conclude that industry should 'de-hype' the boom, and that a long-term, harmonized renewables support system is important to stabilize the investment framework and enable investors to fulfill the ambitious political targets in Europe - and elsewhere.
On the heels of 694 recently approved renewable energy projects in the province, Ontario Solar Academy (OSA) has established itself a new 8,000 square foot facility in Vaughan, a city just north of Toronto. The move allows OSA to run three times as many training classes every month -- an expansion deemed increasingly necessary due to capacity constraints and renewed interest in green careers across the province.
DNV GL yesterday said that it has created the first testing-based verification of battery lifetime for lithium-ion batteries.