Daily Archives: September 7, 2022

A strategy for carbon capture technologies

By [Energy Central] FORESIGHT Contributor From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy. This episode was recorded on July 20th, so the opinions of the co-hosts and guest reflect their opinions at the time of recording. The role of carbon capture…

Siemens Gamesa wins GE offshore wind patent case in US

An American court has banned GE from selling, importing and installing its flagship Haliade-X offshore wind turbines, which infringe a Siemens Gamesa patent, in the US. However, GE has been allowed to use the turbines at two offshore wind farms off Massachusetts and New Jersey. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Power…

Tesla Model Y earns highest safety rating from Euro NCAP

By Blagojce Krivevski Model Y is Tesla’s latest vehicle to earn a 5-star safety rating from the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP). As part of this assessment, the Tesla Model Y received the highest Overall Score among any vehicle tested under Euro NCAP’s newest, most stringent test protocol. This was based on an…

EMerge Alliance in charge of this year’s live microgrid demo at RE+

By Kelsey Misbrener EMerge Alliance, in collaboration with multiple vendors, will facilitate a live demonstration of a residential microgrid at the upcoming RE+ event in Anaheim, California, September 19-22. Each year, RE+ (formerly SPI, ESI, and Smart Energy Week) conducts a live demonstration of microgrids on its show floor. This year’s demonstration will feature a…

Pink Energy seeks recall of solar PV disconnect device

By Renewable Energy World Pink Energy CEO Jayson Waller called on Generac to launch a recall of one of its solar energy system components called a SnapRS after allegedly seeing many of its customers’ solar systems adversely impacted by the part. Pink Energy, a residential and commercial solar installer with operations in 15 states, filed…

EU weighs renewables profit cap amid energy crisis

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has proposed capping renewable energy companies’ revenues and channelling their profits towards vulnerable households and companies amid soaring electricity prices. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Power News & Analysis RSS Feed

CalWave completes open-ocean test of its wave energy technology

By Elizabeth Ingram CalWave Power Technologies Inc. said it has concluded its open-ocean wave energy pilot after 10 months of operation off the coast of San Diego, Calif., reporting a more than 99% system uptime during the test. The project deployed in September 2021 and was supported by a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) award,…

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