Daily Archives: August 28, 2019

Wind, solar projects face further delays as financiers get nervous

By Giles Parkinson Windlab says banks nervous due to project delays, cost over-runs, and tighter new standards, and this will add to cost of capital, and cause yet more delays. The post Wind, solar projects face further delays as financiers get nervous appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

One Stop Warehouse is bringing exclusive solar technologies to Australia

By Press Release One Stop Warehouse has signed exclusive agreements with ALEO Solar, Risen Energy and Tongwei Solar (TW Solar) to supply new products into the Australian PV markets. The post One Stop Warehouse is bringing exclusive solar technologies to Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Distributed Energy

By Geoff Thomas In 1916, there was a virtually total blackout in the state of South Australia, (SA) -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_South_Australian_blackout – the which I made a submission to the chief Scientist in Australia, Alan Finkel. The problem was two fold, firstly SA was subjected to what is now grudgingly accepted to be called a Cold water/SubTropical…

ANU team sets new solar cell efficiency record for perovskite

By Sophie Vorrath Researchers from Australian National University set new solar record, notching up highest ever efficiency levels for perovskite cells above a certain size, at 21.6%. The post ANU team sets new solar cell efficiency record for perovskite appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

FOCUS ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY POLICIES INTENSIFIES

By Fiona Gleeson Many African governments have bold commitments to implement their sustainable energy sector policies.Senegal and Mozambique are looking to develop efficient gas-fired generation, along with renewables, to expand their power capacity, based in part on gas reserves currently being developed in their waters.Although gas is a fossil fuel and therefore not as clean…

What If We Get Unlimited Supercheap Natural Gas (Methane)?

By Brian Wang A guest post by Joseph Friedlander In a reader comment I shall always treasure, I got this: What’s next, the economics of importing methane by wormhole from Titan? Well, actually that would not be a bad business to be in– but if you had access to a wormhole that itself would become…

SEIA files proposal for increased utility competition through PURPA

By Billy Ludt The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) filed a proposal with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that will address longstanding concerns with monopoly utilities by enhancing competition under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA). SEIA’s proposal would bring competition into the PURPA legislation by providing utilities with relief from their mandatory…

Best Solar Rope Lights of 2019

By Kailey Fralick We’ve got the 5 best solar rope lights on the market today. Solar rope lights are a stylish way to light up a backyard or a garden without raising your electricity bill. There are a number of different models available,… Read More The post Best Solar Rope Lights of 2019 appeared first…

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