Daily Archives: December 13, 2017

EGP-NA to build 146 MW of new wind capacity in Canada

By Michelle Froese Enel S.p.A., through its U.S.-based renewables subsidiary Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGPNA), has been awarded two 20-year Renewable Energy Support Agreements (RESAs) for 146 MW of new wind capacity in Alberta, Canada. The tender launched by the Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO). The Enel Group has been awarded two contracts…

New Solar Plant In Chile To Power 13,000 Homes Per Year

By Abigale Sherman Chile is building a brand new solar power plant that has some exciting outcome on the future. The plant is expected to provide energy on day and night as well as throughout inclement weather, to power up to 13,000 homes annually. This project will make Chile one of the top solar energy…

Engie Executive Sees The End Of Coal, Gas and Nuclear Power Plants

By SolarWakeup Sometimes while in deep conversation with a leading energy executives, they say something extraordinary in such a casual way that unless you are paying attention, you might miss it. I had that experience the other day when SolarWakeup had an exclusive conversation with Thierry Lepercq of Engie’s Executive Committee and the company’s EVP…

Skullerz new cap insert turns any hat into a protective device

By Michelle Froese The cause of workplace head injuries can be divided into two basic categories: object-generated impact and worker-generated impact. While the trusty hard hat has been protecting workers from object-generated impact for decades, quality solutions to protect from the everyday bumps, bruises and bangs that workers are initiating have only recently become available….

Six factors that make battery storage add up for households

By Giles Parkinson New Queensland study based on a series of home battery storage trials gives some insight into what can make batteries interesting for households, what might motivate them, and how the network might use these assets into the future. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Advance in perception and motion planning for autonomous vehicles

iDAR, a new form of intelligent data collection that enables rapid, dynamic perception and path planning. iDAR (Intelligent Detection and Ranging) combines the world’s first agile MOEMS LiDAR, pre-fused with a low-light camera and embedded artificial intelligence – creating software-definable and extensible hardware that can adapt to real-time demands. Read Full Article Here For more…

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