Daily Archives: September 25, 2023

Do Not Underestimate the Importance of Your EV Charger

By ST Staff Writers I recently responded to a query from an enthusiastic soon-to-be EV driver who was looking for advice on electric car charging equipment. The question reminded me of the times I’ve asked myself why certain products are so expensive or why they don’t offer specific features. Here’s what they asked: “I’ve been…

Cast Your Vote: Utility-Scale Solar Project of the Year 2023

By ST Staff Writers The nominees for the 2023 Solar Builder Project of the Year Awards in the Utility-Scale category, sponsored by Aurora Solar, have been announced. To vote for your favorite project, visit the form at the bottom of the page. You can vote once per day until Saturday, October 7th at midnight (EDT)….

DOE is Set to Improve its SBIR and STTR Programs

By [Energy Central] Clean Energy Business Network (CEBN) Natalie Tham serves as a Policy Analyst for the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Energy Program. She previously served in the Biden Administration at a number of Department of Energy offices including ARPA-E, the Office of Science, and the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management. In July, the…

Advancements in Solar Battery Technology and Storage Choices

By ST Staff Writers Solar Battery Innovations in 2023 With the projected doubling of solar battery capacity in 2023, there are exciting new innovations on the horizon. These innovations aim to optimize performance, reduce costs, enhance safety, and promote sustainability. Let’s explore some of the most promising solar battery innovations for the upcoming year. Artificial…

Hydrogen, Ports, and the Energy Transition

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Hydrogen, Ports, and the Energy Transition Ports stand at the forefront of the Energy Transition and here, in no order, are some of the developments being tracked ranging from Canada to Namibia. https://energycentral.com/c/cp/port-infrastructure-floating-offshore-wind There’s so much activity – and lobbying for funding – that it.. Read Full Article Here For…

Luxra and Rayzon Jointly Establish PV Module Production Venture in India – pv magazine International

By ST Staff Writers Luxra Group and Rayzon Solar, two companies from Switzerland and India respectively, have reached an agreement to establish a joint venture in India for the production of photovoltaic (PV) modules. The partnership will leverage Luxra’s technology and Rayzon’s operational expertise in PV panel manufacturing. Luxra, which recently started PV module production…

Court Tosses Westinghouse IP Lawsuit Over KHNP APR1400

By [Energy Central] Dan Yurman U.S. Federal District Court Dismisses Westinghouse Lawsuit Against KHNP/KEPCO Canada Pumps $3 Billion into Cernavoda CANDUs BWXT, Crowley Debut Nuclear Power Generation Vessel Concept Regulatory Changes Needed For New Nuclear For Maritime INL’s MARVEL Prototype Micro Reactor Starts Testing U.S. Federal District Court Dismisses Westinghouse Lawsuit Against KHNP/KEPCO A.. Read…

Every new Nissan model in Europe will be 100% electric from now

By Blagojce Krivevski Nissan, the company which lit the spark that electrified the automotive industry, is today counting down to an all-electric line-up in Europe. With many countries debating when to ban sales of internal combustion engines, Nissan is pressing ahead with plans to achieve 100% EV in Europe by 2030, with all new Nissan…

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