Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

E.ON to optimize manufacturing facilities with artificial intelligence

By Michelle Froese E.ON takes artificial intelligence to the world of manufacturing companies. Customers from the industrial and commercial sectors will thus be able to intelligently increase the efficiency of entire machine parks and save energy costs at the same time. To make this future possible, E.ON has now entered into a partnership with the…

Posi-Lock keyless shaft-hub locking devices from Miki Pulley locks gears, sprockets, pulleys and more in a mechanical system

By Paul Dvorak Posi-Lock bushings from Miki Pulley provide a solid connection between shaft and mounted devices. They provide system designers with a keyless option for locking into position gears, pulleys, sprockets and other components in a mechanical system. Posi-Locks eliminate the need for machining keyways, keys and tapped holes. They eliminate the need for…

SEIA Rolls Out New Vision – But Will It Stick?

By SolarWakeup By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent What Happened: The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)rolled out an aggressive four-point plan to broaden its base and launch a new era within the association. Their plans, according the website, include: Ensure that existing solar markets remain open and robust, while opening new ones; Reform electricity markets to…

First Solar Speeds Ahead as Tariffs Hinder the Competition

By [email protected] President Trump’s new tariff on imported solar equipment has provided a golden opportunity for thin-film solar manufacturer First Solar. The company went out on a limb years ago by bucking the trend toward crystalline-silicon photovoltaics, and it outlasted dozens of other thin-film solar contenders over the years. That unconventional approach paid off in…

Jaguar I-PACE Is Not A Tesla Model X Competitor

By Steve Hanley The I-PACE is important not because it finally gives the Tesla Model X a run for its money but because it will appeal to drivers who might otherwise buy an SUV with an internal combustion engine. That means it represents an important step forward in the transition from gas to electric powered…

Visa commits to 100% renewable electricity by end of 2019

By Kathie Zipp Visa announced its commitment to use 100% renewable electricity across its global operations by the end of 2019. As part of this commitment, announced in conjunction with this week’s Climate Leadership Conference in Denver, Colorado, Visa is joining the RE100 initiative, a collaborative, global platform developed by The Climate Group in partnership…

The principle of electric wind in plasma

Scientists have identified the basic principle of electric wind in plasma. This finding will contribute to developing technology in various applications of plasma, including fluid control technology. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Energy News

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