Daily Archives: August 10, 2015

Bugger the science: Abbott aims for last place on emission cuts

By Sophie Vorrath & Giles Parkinson Abbott puts his foot down and insists Australia should trail the world on climate action. His proposed emissions reduction target for 2030 is what others say should be achieved by 2020. Not only does it reinforce Australia’s claim to exceptionalism, it creates massive economic risk. Read Full Article Here…

Abbott aims for last on emissions reduction

By Sophie Vorrath Abbott puts his foot down and insists that Australia should trail the world on climate action. His proposed emissions reduction target for 2030 is what others say should be achieved by 2020. Not only does it reinforce Australia’s claim to exceptionalism, it creates a massive economic risk. Read Full Article Here For…

Morgan offers new grounding brushes and holders for longer bearing life

By Michelle Froese Morgan’s new carbon design allows a wind turbine’s current to direct through the grounding brush, greatly extending the life of bearings. Morgan Advanced Materials’ Electrical Carbon business recently announced new grounding brush holders, designed for stability and reliable dissipation of current to prolong bearing life. The grounding brush holders have a Read…

Is The 2016 Volt Worth Buying?

By Jeff Cobb As orders are being taken now in California, Chevrolet hopes its 2016 Volt due in a couple months will prove to be a superior fuel and money saver for more people. Since the first-generation model was launched in December 2010, the Volt has had a polarizing effect on people – Read Full…

Q&A: CyboEnergy solar inverters offer benefits of central, string and micro

By Kathie Zipp CEO of CyboEnergy, George Cheng California-based CyboEnergy, a division of industrial automation company CyboSoft, has developed what it calls a “mini inverter” with benefits of both central inverters and microinverters. At its booth at Intersolar 2015, the company showed how its CyboInverters can operate in either on-grid Read Full Article Here For…

First Wireless Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles May Appear in 2017

By ST Staff Writers Wireless charging systems are being developed to make the charging experience more convenient for consumers and to encourage them to recharge their vehicles more often. The post First Wireless Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles May Appear in 2017 appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts: For more great articles: Solar…

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