Tagged Generation

Poseidon launches advanced industrial IoT fluid-monitoring system

By Michelle Froese The Trident AP2200 is capable of integrating most wireless sensors and wired digital/analog sensors, easily adding expanded online monitoring to more components and equipment using PSL. Poseidon Systems has released its next-generation Trident Fluid Quality Monitoring System (FQMS) 2.0, an advanced industrial IoT fluid monitoring system. The Trident FQM 2.0 was purpose…

Michigan’s DTE Electric issues new green bonds

By Michelle Froese DTE offered its first green bonds in May 2018. DTE Electric recently issued its second offering of green bonds. The $650 million in bonds will finance green investments, including renewable energy and energy efficiency. In its initial green bond offering in May 2018, DTE became the fifth investment-grade energy company in the…

Wind power continues to dominate in Michigan

By Michelle Froese Wind generation continues to be the primary source of alternative energy in Michigan, according to the Michigan Public Service Commission’s ninth annual report on renewable power. Utility-scale wind turbine projects generated 69% of the approximately 3,000 MW of nameplate capacity in 2018. This is the same as the previous year, according to…

What’s new in wake-effect research for wind farms

By Michelle Froese Size matters when optimizing for wind-turbine production. Taller towers with longer blades typically capture greater, stronger winds for power generation. However, turbine size is only one important feature of a successful wind farm. Siting and turbine placement at a wind site is also critical. And according to researchers at UC Santa Barbara,…

Meridian grows Powershop customer base in Australia, laments policy

By Sophie Vorrath NZ gen-tailer continues to grow presence in Australia, taking retail energy customer base to well over 110,000 and boosting renewable generation and sales into wholesale market. The post Meridian grows Powershop customer base in Australia, laments policy appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

BMW to unveil new generation of plug-in-hybrid models in Geneva

By Blagojce Krivevski The BMW stand at the International Motor Show 2019 in Geneva focuses on the company’s continuing model offensive in the luxury segment and the ongoing expansion of its range of vehicles with electrified drive systems. Just a few weeks after being unveiled to the world, the new BMW 7 Series luxury sedan…

Modernize study shows contractors should increase transparency of solar financing options

By Kelsey Misbrener Modernize, provider of home improvement contractor lead generation services, has released its latest Modernize Homeowner Index, a quarterly research study that measures sentiment among thousands of U.S. homeowners currently considering windows, roofing, solar or heating and air conditioning projects. Modernize issues quarterly summaries of the ongoing study, helping contractors better serve the…

AEMO further relaxes limits on wind generation in South Australia

By Giles Parkinson AEMO relaxes limits on wind generation in South Australia, offering a plethora of new combinations that highlight both the complexity and growing confidence in shift to renewables. The post AEMO further relaxes limits on wind generation in South Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

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