Daily Archives: December 29, 2015

Sika Target Automotive announces personnel appointments

By Paul Dvorak Sika announced three new personnel appointments in the sales, marketing and maintenance departments. Ms. Angela Maciejewski graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Chemistry from Kettering University. She will be Sika’s newest chemist as of Jan. 1, 2016. She joined the company in 2010 as a research technician, where Read…

Strathcona Solar installs 140-kW PV array on home improvement center roof

By Kelly Pickerel Strathcona Solar Initiatives, a multiple award winning full service integrator in Southeastern Ontario, recently completed the installation of a high-yielding 140-kilowatt photovoltaic system on the Rona Building Centre in Hanover, Southern Ontario. The array is one of 30 projects that the Strathcona Energy Group and Shawanaga First Read Full Article Here For…

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PRO No Longer Considered a Valid Sustainable Energy Source

By American Associates Ben Gurion University In PRO, water from a low-salinity feed solution permeates through a membrane into a pressurized, high-salinity draw solution. Power is obtained by depressurizing the draw through a hydro-turbine The post PRO No Longer Considered a Valid Sustainable Energy Source appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts: For more…

Vivint Solar, BlueWave announce community solar agreement in Massachusetts

By Kelly Pickerel Vivint Solar and BlueWave, a solar development and FinTech company headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, have announced an alliance to offer residents of Massachusetts the opportunity to become BlueWave community solar members. Vivint Solar and BlueWave will sell community solar memberships in Southeastern and Central Massachusetts where BlueWave is constructing Read Full Article…

Nissan Leaf Ranked Worst For Early On Resale Devaluation

By Brian Ro Nissan’s all-electric Leaf, the leader in cumulative global plug-in electrified vehicle sales, also topped another more dubious list of 2015 models with the worst initial resale value. A study performed by used car concierge website Carlypso.com reportedly found the 2015 Nissan Leaf to depreciate 48 percent on average – the biggest Read…

Australia’s Small-Scale Rooftop Solar Installations Hit 4.59 GW In 2015

By Glenn Meyers Originally published on Solar Love. Propelling a global boost in renewable energy, Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator has reported small-scale rooftop solar totaled 4.59 GW in 2015. As reported by pv-magazine, data released by the Clean Energy Regulator shows 119,000 new small-scale PV installations have taken place in 2015. While not Read Full…

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