Daily Archives: January 27, 2017

Tips on how to ramp up security around industrial networks

By Paul Dvorak Yiwei Chen / Product Manager / Moxa It is inevitable that the adoption of the Industrial IoT (IIoT) is going to continue to grow, facilitating more and more devices to be connected to networks. The momentum driving this trend is a strong desire from asset owners to enhance operational efficiency. However, achieving…

These Mayors Are Promising Local Climate Action In Trump Era

By Guest Contributor Climate change is a global issue, but its impacts hit people at the most local levels. That’s why mayors from all over the nation recently gathered in Washington D.C. to voice their commitment to climate action to protect their cities These Mayors Are Promising Local Climate Action In Trump Era was originally…

What should guide the selection of cables in a wind turbine?

By Paul Dvorak This article is part of the 2017 Renewable Energy Handbook. A complete digital version of the Handbook is here: https://goo.gl/Sg4mHO Handle with care. Damaged wind-turbine-cable insulation is visible in several cables here. When selecting a replacement cable for a wind turbine, wind technicians should take several things into consideration. Uwe Schenk, Global…

New brochure lets you get in touch with solar inverter protection

By Kathie Zipp The harsh environments solar inverters often have to endure warrants tough protection. Stockwell Elastomerics has made choosing the right material for your inverter enclosure gaskets easy by offering to send a free brochure with material sample you can feel for yourself. Stockwell Elastomerics makes enclosure gaskets used to protect solar inverters, grid…

60% of solar installers now offer storage options

By Kathie Zipp Insights from the EnergySage Solar Installer Survey include: Competition heats up – Installers report that competition in the industry continues to build. Over 50% of installers said their customers see three or more quotes before making a decision, and also reported that customer acquisition became harder in 2016 as compared to 2015….

NV Energy aligns with Apple to build more solar in Nevada

By Kelsey Misbrener NV Energy and Apple announced today they have reached an agreement to build 200 MW of additional solar energy in Nevada by early 2019. The projects will support Apple’s renewable energy needs for its Reno data center. In the coming weeks, NV Energy will file an application with the Public Utilities Commission…

SunEdison Signs PPA For 200 Megawatt Solar Project In Bangladesh

By Saurabh Mahapatra A subsidiary of SunEdison has signed an agreement with the government of Bangladesh to set up a 200 megawatt solar project. The power purchase agreement for the project was signed by Southern Solar Power SunEdison Signs PPA For 200 Megawatt Solar Project In Bangladesh was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more…

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