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  • Why we need to invest in Renewable Energy and Storage Technology now

    The Covid-19 pandemic has been a harsh reminder that we cannot always rely on our centralized systems to deliver goods and services that protect us from shortages, and that we need back-up. People are scrambling for groceries, toilet paper and face masks as supply chains break down. Hospitals and ...


    By Simpliphi Power, Inc.

  • RenXSol Installation - Tumkur - Case study

    The Enphase M250 microinverters were installed on this solar energy plant for a system of 1 MW total installed power. The main challenges for the installation were the remote and hard-to-access location of the plant, ventilation shafts and its shadows on solar modules, different sized module capacity.About RenXSol RenXSol became the first installer to use Enphase setting up bench mark and ...


    By Enphase Energy

  • WindSun Installation - Pune - Case study

    The Enphase IQ 6+ microinverters were installed on this solar energy plant for a system of 2.7KW total installed power. The main challenges for the installation were limited space and the shadow on the roof.About WindSun WindSun Eco Systems is a Pune based solar installation company. Homeowner's Reason for Going Solar The main reason behind going solar was the ...


    By Enphase Energy

  • EcoSoch Installation - Bengaluru - Case study

    The Enphase M250 microinverters were installed on this solar energy plant for a system of 3.15KW total installed power. The main challenges for the installation was the shadow on the roof.About EcoSoch EcoSoch Solar based in Bangalore got incubated in Auroville - self-sustainable living township. EcoSoch had installed more than 250 rooftops ranging from 1kW to 391kW from past 4 years varying ...


    By Enphase Energy

  • Enphase helps to reduce the Electric Bills - Case study

    The Enphase IQ 6+ microinverters were installed on this solar energy plant for a system of 2.8KW total installed power. This is installed with 8 Mono-Crystalline Solar Panels from Waaree. The requirement was a scalable system with an elevated structure for a proper walk-way access to clean the panels.The main challenges for the installation were limited space and the shadow on the roof. About ...


    By Enphase Energy

  • Israq Cotton Mills Captive Power Plant, Bangladesh - Case Study

    Israq Cotton Mills Limited (ICML) is a ring spinning unit with 102,000 spindles. ICML is part of the Ahmed Group, a leading name in the textile industry of Bangladesh. Ahmed Group started their journey in 1995 as a garment ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Humanitarian organization using solar energy as a backup Nepal - Case Study

    An international humanitarian organisation was in need of a reliable backup energy system for their regional office in Kathmandu, Nepal. Due to the unreliable local grid, the office was already relying on diesel generators, but wanted to reduce fuel ...


    By Nocart Ltd.

  • Energy self-sufficient farm fueled with biomass Finland - Case Study

    Kuittila Farm in Nurmes is a dairy farm on 150 cows. Barn, grain and woodchips drying facilities, metal workshop and the main building have annual electricity consumption of approximately 340 000 kWh, and heating consumption of approximately 700 000 kWh. Due to the high consumption it was decided that the farm should be made self-sufficient in both electricity and ...


    By Nocart Ltd.

  • Demonstration site at Runde, Norway - Case study

    In early 2016 a full size Waves4Power system was launched approximately half a Nautical mile south west of the Runde Island. The system is comprised of an eight meter in diameter buoy connected via a dynamic low voltage cable to the collection hub. Here, a transformer increases the voltage to 22 kV before the power is transmitted via a subsea cable to the shore-based power grid. The plan is to ...


    By W4P Waves4Power AB

  • Throw your electrical equipment a lifeline with the eco-max surge

    As business starts to bounce back, the last thing anyone wants is expensive repairs or maintenance costs. When any electrical equipment breaks down, not only does it cost to fix but it also costs a business in productivity and output – making it a double hit to the pocket. This is where an eco-max surge can provide your business with peace of mind by adding a further layer of protection. ...


    By G W Energy Limited

  • Information About Why A Continuous Pyrolysis Plant Can Be A Better Choice For You

    If you’re active in the plastics manufacturing industry, then deciding to adopt continuous pyrolysis plants may be the best choice for you. Simply because these plants can easily raise the efficiency of plastic manufacturing very highly. The managers that have implemented this type of plant are finding they may have been able to arrive at monthly targets faster and efficiently than ever before. ...

  • Bango gets big bang for buck from Cypress wind-turbine tech

    There’s been more than a little jubilation in the offices of clean-energy developer CWP Renewables, as the arrival in Newcastle of the first of 46 ultra large GE Cypress turbines — each of which can generate 5.3 - 5.5 megawatts (MW) — coincided with the achievement of a successful grid-connection agreement for the company’s Bango Wind Farm near Yass in New South Wales. ...


    By GE Renewable Energy

  • Biomass cogeneration in tertiary buildings - Case Study

    The project Public buildings of the Member States of the European Union occupy 24 trillion square meters. Hence, they are responsible for 40% of energy consumption in Europe and 36% of carbon dioxide emissions. Therefore, the European Directive 2010/31/EU on the Energy Efficiency of Buildings determines that, as of December 31, 2018, all new public buildings must ...


    By Rank | Expander Tech S.L.

  • Eyes in the Sky: Tiny Sensors will keep tabs on Wind Turbine Blades

    Athletes have been wearing electronics that can bend and flex to the shape of their bodies, revealing how many miles they’ve logged, current heart rate and how much energy they burned. They can use the data to constantly improve their training and understand more about how their bodies are reacting to different training regiments. Now a team of experts at GE Research is building similar ...


    By GE Renewable Energy

  • No Pipeline for Renewable Natural Gas Projects? No problem. Use Virtual Pipeline Technology

    On site biogas production Biogas can be produced from various organic resources of which the most common are agricultural waste, municipal waste, landfills, and wastewater treatment facilities. But biogas upgrading is also very much applicable in the (food & beverage) industry. Through biogas upgrading, trace impurities and carbon dioxide (CO2) in raw biogas are ...

  • Making Clean Energy Affordable and Accessible

    With racial discrepancies being brought to light in every area of American life, the clean energy industry needs to look inward at what it can do to improve its access and equity. For decades, communities ...

  • Ships Ahoy: GE`s New Smart Vessel is Transforming Offshore Wind Farm Maintenance

    If you enjoy tales from the deep, you will know all about Ulysses, the hero of Homer’s epic poem, “The Odyssey.” The many ordeals he and his crew endured on their peripatetic journey home from Troy included sailing their ship past beguiling sirens and then charting a path between two terrible sea monsters: Scylla and Charybdis. Great navigational feats are also in a day’s ...


    By GE Renewable Energy

  • Is your ETRM Capability Following the Market?

    You may agree with it or not and viewpoints may differ from where you are in the world, but arguably there is a move to switching to renewable sources of energy. Tesla’s company valuation just surpassed ExxonMobil. Royal Dutch Shell cut its dividend for the first time since World War. German parliament approved a coal phase-out. With this shift from legacy energy commodities ...


    By Pioneer Solutions LLC

  • Garden Island Microgrid (WA) Project

    The Garden Island Microgrid is an integrated renewable microgrid project including a connection to Carnegie’s wave energy site directly offshore from the island. The 2 MW of solar and associated battery system provide clean, reliable energy to Australia’s largest naval base. Customer :   Department of Defence Project Partners:  ...


    By Carnegie Clean Energy

  • Mauritian Wave and Microgrid Project

    Carnegie was contracted to deliver a renewable energy roadmap for Mauritius. Customer :   Mauritian Government Project Partner :   Australian Government, Mauritian Research Council Location :   Mauritius and the neighbouring island of Rodrigues Features: ...


    By Carnegie Clean Energy

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