Renewable Energy Equipment

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Solar Energy

by Tula International

“Green” is now a global energy business mindset. The original green energy trend – solar power – may have once meant panels on a home, but today it is a big and growing industry. Solar Market Insight from the SEIA notes that, in 2010, the U.S. added 887 megawatts (MW) of grid-connected solar photovoltaic power – more ...

Wind Energy

by Tula International

A number of factors currently at play will influence the future of the wind energy industry, such as government policy; attention and investment by venture capitalists; price fluctuations and raw materials issues, not to mention a shortage of qualified engineers and maintenance professionals.

Geothermal Energy

by Tula International

While geothermal energy remains less prominent than wind and solar, it has actually been more than 50 years since the first power-generating project went on line in California. In addition to its longevity, it is also a global industry. Demonstration projects are in operation or under development in Germany, France, the United Kingdom and ...

Polysilicon - Renewable Energy

by OCI Company Ltd.

As the primary raw material used in the solar PV industry, polysilicon is at the top of the supply value chain, followed by ingots, wafers, cells, modules and solar power plants. It also requires advanced technology and a purity level of 9.9999999%(referred to as“Nine 9”). Moreover, the polysilicon industry is a capital-intensive industry, ...

SeaWater Air Conditioning

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.

Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC) takes advantage of available deep cold water from the ocean, a river, or lake, to replace conventional AC systems. SWAC feasibility studies for a variety of sites indicate that electrical consumption is typically reduced by 80 to 90 percent. Simple payback can be from three to seven years, and long term costs can ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a process that can produce electricity by using the temperature difference between deep cold ocean water and warm tropical surface waters. OTEC plants pump large quantities of deep cold seawater and surface seawater to run a power cycle and produce electricity. OTEC is firm power (24/7), a clean energy ...

Calor Energy - Renewable Energy Systems

by Calor Energy Consulting

CALOR ENERGY  specializes in vetting renewable energy opportunities.  We work with property developers and company owners, with government executives and nonprofit leaders.  Many of our clients are concerned with energy prices and upset at being held hostage by utilities.  They are often frustrated by the number of options in renewable energy, ...

Solar Photovoltaic Systems

by Canmet ENERGY - Natural Resources Canada

Photovoltaic (PV) technology has become a favoured form of renewable energy technology due to a number of social and economic factors, including the need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, deregulation, and the restructuring of electric power generating companies. The rapid growth in the deployment of photovoltaics in recent years indicates ...

Nano-ProTek Stencil Coating

by DEK Solar

Designed to overcome the challenges of smaller aperture sizes, the technology offers a unique solution to improve cleaning effectiveness and reduce cleaning frequency leading to increased process control, increased throughput and reduced costs to the end user.

Eclipse Modular, Scalable and Future-Proofed Platform

by DEK Solar

Highly flexible and offering a host of high performance options, Eclipse delivers unprecedented user choice. Its modular design allows manufacturers to scale up production with ease; with single and triple-head platforms extending productivity beyond throughput and into improved uptime and optimum capital utilisation.

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