Daily Archives: September 17, 2018

New York Prepares To Go Full Speed Ahead With Energy Storage Goals

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent The New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) has taken the next step toward reaching its energy storage goals when it accepted the environmental review report connected to the state’s Energy Storage Roadmap. The roadmap, announced with great fanfare by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, envisions 1.5 GW…

DNV GL partners with WeatherTech to tackle wind-turbine icing challenges

By Michelle Froese DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, says it has joined forces with Swedish atmospheric science experts, WeatherTech. The combined expertise of both companies will enable the development of the most advanced icing model for wind turbines available on the market, allowing customers to better predict…

Lucid Signs $1bn+ Investment Agreement with Saudi Investment Fund

By Blagojce Krivevski Lucid Motors announced today that it has executed a $1bn+ (USD) investment agreement with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, through a special-purpose vehicle wholly owned by PIF. Under the terms of the agreement, the parties made binding undertakings to carry out the transaction subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing…

‘Wind still has a lot to do to go beyond three-bladed turbines’

By Darius Snieckus in London FACE TO FACE | Much as there is plenty to play for as the wind power industry moves into industrial ‘maturity’, major technology-driven disruption is on the horizon, Gaurav Gupta, chief business officer of India-based engineering multinational L&T Technology, tells Darius Snieckus Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Soltec partners with RWDI for dynamic wind analysis for tracking solutions

By Kelly Pickerel Soltec presents Dy-WIND, an innovative method for comprehensive dynamic analysis in tracker wind-design. Soltec has decided to undertake this project after several studies have shown that certain wind-design code standards applied to solar trackers are insufficient to design these structures reliably, as they do not consider the second order effects produced by…

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