Daily Archives: February 11, 2019

Solar wings to make debut at Avalon air show

By Andrew Spence Composite wing technology featuring inbuilt solar cells with the ability to triple the flying time of drones will be exhibited for the first time at the Avalon aviation expo this month. The post Solar wings to make debut at Avalon air show appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more…

Skyline Renewables acquires more U.S. wind assets

By Michelle Froese Skyline Renewables has purchased a 117-MW wind portfolio from NJR Clean Energy Ventures (CEV), the clean energy subsidiary of New Jersey Resources. The U.S. wind farms are located in Iowa, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and Wyoming providing clean renewable energy to major population centers across the country. With this latest acquisition, Skyline Renewables says…

Better electric boats and ships

Naval Group and Centrale Nantes have printed the first demonstrator of hollow propeller blades by metal additive manufacturing as part of the European H2020 project, RAMSSES1. Funded by the European Commission, this collaborative program aims to reduce the environmental impact of ships. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

South Australia gets 50 new grid-scale energy storage proposals

By Giles Parkinson South Australia get more than 50 proposals for grid scale storage projects as the state looks to navigate path from 50 per cent towards 100 per cent renewables. The post South Australia gets 50 new grid-scale energy storage proposals appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

How Utilities Can Swap Coal Debt For Clean Energy Equity

By Energy Innovation By Ron Lehr, former Chairman of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission and a consultant to Energy Innovation’s power sector transformation team.Relative economics between coal and renewables have irreversibly shifted toward clean energy, leading a wave of states including Colorado, Missouri, and New Mexico to consider how they can quickly move beyond coal…

Designing The Fast Charge Battery

By Gordon Smith Fast charging is very important for electric vehicles. We’d like to be able to charge an electric vehicle battery in under 15 minutes, and even faster if possibleThe post Designing The Fast Charge Battery appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

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