renewable energy installer Articles

  • New documentary showcases the promise of solar energy

    What do an unemployed American worker, a Tea Party activist and a Chinese entrepreneur have in common? They’re all part of a new documentary film highlighting the growth of solar energy around the world. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Shalini Kantayya and featuring stories from the U.S. ...


    By Ensia

  • Monroe Community College Solar Installation Case Study

    Project Overview: At the end of the fall semester MCCC renewable energy students installed a 2.1 kW solar array in joint with Patriot Solar Group. The student project consists of eight 260 watt SolarWorld panels; each panel has an Enphase M-215 micro-inverter that converts the DC voltage generated by the panels into 240 volts AC which is then fed into to the electrical system of the CTC building ...


    By Patriot Solar Group

  • Commonwealth Charter Academy - Case Study

    Location:Harrisburg, PA Project Size:500,000 kWh Solar Renewable Energy LLC installed EcoFoot5D 5-Degree Racking system on the flat-roof portion of this 1,080 solar panel project on Commonwealth Charter Academy's (CCA) roof . The total system will produce approximately 500,000 kWh annually, which will provide one-third of the electricity consumption at ...


    By Ecolibrium Solar

  • IEA commends Italy on progress in energy policy but cautions that further long-term challenges remain

    “Significant recent changes in Italy’s energy legislation provide the country with new opportunities to build on past successes”, said Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) today in Rome at the launch of Energy Policies of IEA Countries – Italy 2009 Review. He highlighted that over the past five years, the Italian government had gone a long way towards ...


    By IEA

  • Swiss Sustainable Energy Solutions are Top

    Four years ago Allinghi, the high-tech racing yacht designed by land-locked Swiss engineers challenged established sea-faring nations off New Zealand and won the prestigious America's Cup. About the same time the Swiss pioneer Bertrand Piccard became the first to surround the globe in a hot air balloon. A Swiss crew will soon be the first to reach New York City after crossing the Atlantic with ...

  • Quality Renewable Training Program in China and India

    China’s and India’s demand for energy is increasing rapidly. Renewable energy is seen by both countries as an important component in satisfying future energy demand. Nevertheless, delivering affordable and reliable renewable energy services and achieving national goals set for renewable energy technologies to future power generation will be challenging without an extensive pool of knowledgeable ...

  • Nigerian professionals boost their know-how in Renewable Energies

    RENAC holds a sell-out training course in Nigeria on behalf of the Energy Commission of Nigeria . Berlin, 10.8.2010 – On behalf of the Energy Commission of Nigeria together with Eauxwell Nigeria Limited, the Berlin-based Renewables Academy last week carried out a renewable energy training seminar in Abuja, Nigeria. Nearly 120 decision-makers ...

  • Growing Pains: Current Disadvantages of Renewable Energy

    As renewable energy projects continue to be a growing piece of global energy production, it is easy to assume that they will automatically have less of an impact on the environment and people than conventional fossil fuels. Renewable energy is an appealing way to avoid carbon emissions, use fewer resources and provide energy security and jobs. But it is not perfect, and despite the many positives ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Integration of pump storage hydro with wind energy

    Renewable energy has significant advantages as it does not contribute to Greenhouse Gases (GHG). Wind energy is a renewable energy alternative that is being installed worldwide. However, wind energy is unpredictable and thus, unavailable as compared to conventional generation. The availability of wind energy compared to conventional power plants is a cause of contention. Currently, the rate of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Policy support for renewable energy continues to grow and evolve

    Throughout much of the world, support policies for renewable energy technologies have increased dramatically over the last decade. Historically, policy design has evolved from supporting research and development in the 1970s and 1980s to today’s focus on technology deployment and market development. Starting in the mid-2000s, deployment-focused policies have been enacted at a rapid pace, ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Renewable energy and energy efficiency in Bulgaria

    The interest in renewable energy sources (RESs) utilisation and energy efficiency improvement programmes in Bulgaria reflects the changes in the field of energy policy worldwide and in Europe. Now energy management becomes a great problem of inner policy of Bulgarian government. In the last few years there has been a growing attention to the RESs applications. Bulgaria has one of Southern ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Using ultrasonic heat meters - Case study

    Ultrasonic heat meters are compatible and regularly used in RHI supported commercial wood pellet heating systems that provide energy for heating and hot water. iCenta has supplied Gwres Glas, a Powys based company designing and installing renewable energy systems, with ultrasonic heat meters as part of its commercial ...


    By iCenta Controls Ltd

  • Should America follow Europe`s lead on energy?

    As the United States sorts out its next moves on energy policies to enhance long-term security and strengthen its economy, policymakers will need to weigh both benefits and risks of various energy sources. Looking at what other countries are doing is a good place to start. European countries’ recent moves have one thing in common: each is moving to cleaner energy sources and greater energy ...

  • White House Briefing: Solar Goals Exceeded!

    Christine Harada Federal Chief Sustainability Officer, CEQ Christine Harada is the Federal Chief Sustainability Officer. In this capacity, she is responsible for promoting environmental and energy sustainability across Federal Government operations including 360,000 buildings, 650,000 vehicles, and $445 billion ...

  • It’s time to invest in clean energy in Africa

    Private-sector investment in electricity is sitting on the sidelines in Africa. Here’s how we can change that. The math for Africa’s clean energy future is adding up. Solar lamps are spreading like fireflies across Ghana. A first-of-its-kind solar farm in Rwanda is providing electricity for 15,000 rural homes. Utility-scale solar and wind projects are being built in ...


    By Ensia

  • Case study - Building energy generation & usage

    A Scottish council looking to make financial savings due to recent budget cuts needed to make decisions on whether renewable energy could improve the efficiency of their existing buildings. They wanted a time saving system that would allow them to get instant live data whenever they needed it and which would store the data in an easy to read format so that they didn’t have to spend ...


    By Logic Energy Ltd.

  • Four sustainability trends to watch in 2012

    The worldwide movement toward sustainability has made significant progress over the past half-dozen years as companies and cities have pursued strategies that balance future and current societal needs. Now, sustainable development is entering a new phase, characterized by greater alignment within and between the public and private sectors. Perhaps the greatest obstacle has been the lack of ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Case study - Gusto Homes

    immerSUN helps development cut energy costs The Edge, a sustainable housing development next to Lincoln’s show ground, boasts a daily household energy bill of less than £1 including heating, space heating and lighting, at today’s energy prices thanks to immerSUN. Constructed by Gusto Homes, The Edge initially consists of 18 three and four bed ‘solar ...


    By SISEM Limited

  • Thoeni, Allens Farm Biogas Installation - Case Study

    Allens Farm anaerobic digestion (AD) facility is located within the beautiful countryside of Colchester, which is said to be the oldest recorded town in Great Britain. The farm is run by three partners – David Hunter, Charlie Lochore and Will Lochore, who felt ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Firebricks offer low-cost storage for carbon-free energy

    Original story at MIT News Ancient technology could be used to level electricity prices for renewables. Firebricks, designed to withstand high heat, have been part of our technological arsenal for at least three millennia, since the era of the Hittites. ...

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