Daily Archives: January 8, 2016

Unprecedented deceit #TUR

By National Wind Watch In the paradise of Karaburun, Izmir/Turkey, an energy company wants to build a Wind Turbine Plant. The lawyers representing the company founded an association named Cevreci Enerji Dernegi – “Environmental Energy” – which was invited by the Ministry in order to find out whether the wind turbine project would damage Read…

Clean Tech Jobs For The Week Of January 8, 2016

By Derek Markham The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for a wind energy site supervisor, a facility manager for a waste-to-energy plant, an energy storage analyst, a VP of sales for renewable energy, a senior engineer for distributed energy integration, a technical product manager for solar hardware, and more. Read Full…

Canadian Solar Announces At-The-Market Offering of Common Shares

By Press Release Canadian Solar intends to use the net proceeds from the sales of its common shares for general corporate purposes, which may include solar power project development and working capital. The post Canadian Solar Announces At-The-Market Offering of Common Shares appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts: For more great articles: Solar…

Lebensraum in Leipzig

By Phil Smith Sustainability and pursuing the eco dream is no easy feat when living in the heart of a major European city. High rents, cramped living, pollution, noise, expensive transport, capitalistic commerce. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Living Off the Grid

Underground Battery Could Store Energy and CO2

By U.S. DOE Energy system that could tap geothermal energy, store energy from above-ground sources, and dispatch it to the grid throughout the year like a massive underground battery The post Underground Battery Could Store Energy and CO2 appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts: For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

SCHURTER introduces AS168X circuit breaker for industrial applications

By Michelle Froese schurterSCHURTER’s AS168X thermal magnetic, high-performance miniature circuit breaker is UL 1077 approved. SCHURTER’s AS168X thermal magnetic, high-performance miniature circuit breaker is UL 1077 approved. The units are available in either ac or dc with the same frame size for industrial applications, including industrial converters and inverters. The family has three levels of…

Google’s Project Sunroof Is Growing, Reaches 20 US Metro Markets

By Adam Johnston Google’s Project Sunroof is growing, as it has just reached 20 US metro markets, which will allow more homeowners to easily see if rooftop solar is right for them. The giant tech company just announced it’s expanding its analytical tool from three major US cities (Boston, Fresno, and San Francisco) Read Full…

Tesla Starts Off 2016 By Producing & Delivering Powerwall

By Adam Johnston Tesla is off to an early start in 2016, thanks to its Powerwall battery energy storage system. Tesla global communications director Khobi Brooklyn recently stated that Tesla Powerwalls were already being made and shipped. Last year, Tesla launched its anticipated product to discuss one of the major questions with regards Read Full…

Temple to hold meeting on possible wind farm #ME

By National Wind Watch TEMPLE — Representatives of a global renewable energy company will hold an information session Monday to discuss a possible wind farm on land owned by two property owners in town. Temple has a wind energy systems ordinance that effectively prohibits the development of industrial-scale wind projects, but the ordinance could Read…

WREN “steps back” from proposed Scotland Corner wind farm #ENG

By National Wind Watch The Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network (WREN) has pulled out of talks aimed at developing a form of community-ownership for the proposed Scotland Corner windfarm, off the A39 near Winnard’s Perch. WREN said it was “stepping back” from the project after getting a cool response from local councils. A Berkshire-based developer Read…

Planning authority turns down controversial Connemara windfarm #IRL

By National Wind Watch A proposed windfarm in Connemara, which had been the subject of an oral hearing, has been turned down by the higher planning authority. An Bord Pleanála has refused to allow 29 wind turbines at Killaguille, Letter, Uggool, Ardderroo and Finnaun. During the oral hearing on the Connemara windfarm last year, Read…

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