Tagged Manufacturing

New Innovation Drives Down Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Cement

By Jay Stein Cement is the most ubiquitous manufactured product on planet Earth. It’s typically combined with gravel, sand, and water, then poured into molds laced with steel bars to make steel-reinforced concrete. That concrete is widely used in buildings, bridges, roads, wastewater systems, and virtually every other element of the built environment. The global…

Graphic Products will showcase its DuraLabel printers and signs at SPI 2019

By Kelly Pickerel PV safety label provider Graphic Products will showcase its line of DuraLabel industrial label and sign printers and supplies at Solar Power International 2019, booth 4814. “Each year, more homes and companies are flicking the switch to solar and other renewable energies. Solar and renewable energy manufacturers and contractors need comprehensive solutions…

Jumbo and Goodfuels partner to test drop-in Bio-Fuel Oil on offshore decommissioning project

By mmillikin Leading global heavy lift shipping and offshore transportation and installation contractor Jumbo, and commercial, sustainable marine biofuel company GoodFuels, are partnering to test Goodfuels’ marine Bio-Fuel Oil on an offshore decommissioning project. Bio-Fuel Oil has already undergone three years of intensive testing with marine engine manufacturers. The second-generation drop-in Bio-Fuel Oil—a replacement for…

NSW manufacturer shifts to 50% renewables with wind and solar PPA

By Sophie Vorrath Molycop Australia inks solar and wind PPA with Flow Power, to cover more than half its NSW electricity needs and tap into the demand response market. The post NSW manufacturer shifts to 50% renewables with wind and solar PPA appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

Arkansas Senator visits LM Wind Power plant for American Wind Week

By Michelle Froese U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR), member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, visited the LM Wind Power Little Rock plant this week to watch production of the giant turbine blades that drive wind farms throughout the region. The plant is an example of the good manufacturing jobs that wind…

LG Solar Panels Review

By Kailey Fralick A Complete Review of LG Solar Panel Technology LG is a popular electronics manufacturer, but like its competitor Panasonic, it’s also delved into solar panel technology. It offers quite a selection of solar panels, all of which beat the industry… Read More The post LG Solar Panels Review appeared first on EarthTechling….

How to choose the right bearings for offshore wind turbines

By WPED Contributor By Doug Lucas; Wind Energy EngineerThe Timken Company Bearings that can provide the highest possible performance potential in a compact design are ideal for reducing the overall component size, weight, and manufacturing costs in wind turbines. This is particularly true and challenging of main-shaft bearings in offshore turbines, which must withstand harsh…

Rivian might build upcoming Ford electric SUV

By [email protected] (Bengt Halvorson) Rivian could be entrusted to build an upcoming Ford electric SUV—due within the next few years—at the startup’s former Mitsubishi assembly plant in Normal, Illinois. “It would be counterproductive for us to try and make what they have capacity to do in the beginning here, because they’ve got a factory in…

30 Solaris Urbino electric buses for Italy

The Solaris Bus & Coach company has won another zero-emission order for Solaris Urbino 12 electric buses in Italy. Following the agreement recently signed with ATM Milan, in line with which up to 250 vehicles of this type will be delivered in Milan, the Polish manufacturer has received an order from the transport operator ACTV…

FreeVolt, Apparent partner on solar+storage offerings in California

By Kelly Pickerel Newish European-based panel manufacturer FreeVolt has entered into a partnership with California-headquartered energy management company Apparent. FreeVolt’s U.S. installation division FreeVolt USA will team with Apparent to provide solar-plus-storage systems to California homeowners and C&I customers. FreeVolt’s panels (manufactured in Poland) incorporate graphene, a highly conductive carbon derivative that the company claims…

Broadwind Energy wins new U.S. tower orders

By Michelle Froese Broadwind has picked up $35 million of new wind-turbine tower orders. Broadwind Energy announced $35 million of new wind-turbine tower orders for production at the company’s Manitowoc, WI and Abilene, TX facilities. The order is from an undisclosed customer. “Wind energy installation forecasts are notably higher over the next two years; as…

3 in 1 Roof solar tile passes UL safety testing

By Kelly Pickerel Solar tile manufacturer 3 in 1 Roof has passed UL 1703 safety testing for its solar roofing tiles. The company claims its solar roof system is eight-times lighter than traditional tile roofing materials and can withstand 200+ mph winds. 50-W solar modules are recessed into each tile, and the modules can apparently…

Tier 1 Musashi invests in solid-state battery company KeraCel; long-term partnership

By mmillikin Tier 1 Musashi invests in solid-state battery company KeraCel; long-term partnership Japan-based Tier 1 Musashi Seimitsu Industry Co., Ltd. has invested in KeraCel Inc., a Silicon-Valley-based venture developing solid-state batteries using 3D printing technologies. The long-term strategic partnership with KeraCel allows Musashi to have priority rights to produce and to supply solid-state batteries…

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