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  • OutBack Power Debuts FLEXmax Extreme Charge Controller

    OutBack Power Technologies, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of advanced power electronics for renewable energy, backup power and mobile applications, ...

  • Siemens Gamesa delivers wind turbines for four onshore projects in Germany with a total capacity of 50 megawatts

    Proven direct-drive technology is being deployed in new Onshore projects in Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, for which Siemens Gamesa will deliver 16 wind turbines with a total capacity of 50.6 megawatts (MW)1. Individualized planning and flexible technology helped some of these projects to qualify for the necessary approvals: in Geestpark Almdorf, Siemens Gamesa fully met site ...


    By Gamesa

  • Demand charges seen as a barrier to the growth of public EV charging stations

    The growth of electric vehicles (EVs) and the charging stations they need is often described as a “chicken-and-egg” problem—but the prospects for adding stations is being scrambled by high electricity rates, according to a study by the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). The analysis of 230 California stations run by EVgo, the nation’s largest operator of public fast-charging ...

  • Nissan LEAF™ Charges up With SunPower

    In a collaboration announced today, Nissan North America and SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWRA, SPWRB) will team up to help Nissan LEAF™ electric vehicle owners learn how a residential solar power system from SunPower can reduce their carbon emissions and control the cost of charging their electric vehicles. The two companies are offering new online content, including a video tutorial that ...


  • Eaton Unveils Dual Electric Vehicle Charging Station

    Power management company Eaton today announced the release of Dual AC Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations for simultaneous charging of two electric vehicles. The stations can charge electric vehicle batteries up to ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Philippines Charges Chinese Caught in Disputed Sea

    The Philippines charged nine Chinese fishermen Monday with poaching more than 500 endangered sea turtles at a disputed South China Sea shoal despite China's demand for them to be immediately freed. Prosecutor Allen Ross Rodriguez said two other arrested Chinese were minors and would be sent home. The nine Chinese have been charged with ...


    By Associated Press

  • WEEE recycling firm faces mercury charges

    An electrical recycling firm charged with exposing employees to mercury will appear at Huddersfield Magistrates Court on 20 July. Electrical Waste Recycling Group, based in Kirkheaton in Huddersfield, is being prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive. Company director Craig Thompson is also facing charges. The firm recycles waste electrical and electronic equipment, including light tubes ...

  • Eaton ‘Follows the Charge’ at Hannover Messe 2013

    Stand C69, Hall 11 Hannover Messe 8th -12th April 2013 Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton will be showcasing its new ideas and solutions for power management and efficient machines at this year's Hannover Messe under the slogan “Follow the Charge”. From 8th-12th April visitors to the company’s stand (C69, Hall 11) can find out how to meet both current and future ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Tonawanda coke facing federal criminal charges

    A Grand Jury Thursday night indicted Tonawanda Coke and its Environmental Control Manager Mark Kamholz on 20 criminal charges. It says the company knowingly violated the Federal Clean Air Act and other federal laws over a five year period, even at the risk of public health. The indictment alleges that Tonawanda Coke released coke oven gas directly into the air which is a violation of the ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • Recycled paper body against future ETS charges

    In an effort to protect the UK paper industry, the CPI has called on the UK Government to support the continuation of free EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) allowances. The CPI’s calls come ahead of an EU meeting to finalise scheme changes, set to come into force in 2013. Free allocations for carbon emitters will stay in place until 2012. But after this the EU could make industry pay for all ...

  • Environment agency brings charges against waste firm

    Dudley-based waste firm Envirosol has received fines of more than £45,000 for dangerously storing hazardous waste. The charges were brought by the Environment Agency under the Pollution Prevention and Control Regulations 2000. Envirosol pleaded guilty to the charges at Dudley Magistrates Court. During a routine site inspection by EA officers, they found a number of significant breaches by the ...

  • Efacec Showcases Integrated EV Fast Charging Solutions

    Efacec USA, Inc. will showcase its latest electric mobility technologies and solutions for the North American market at the upcoming Charging Infrastructure Expo 2012. The free electric vehicle (EV) charging exhibition and conference will be held in the Detroit suburb of Novi, Mich. from November 13 to ...


    By Marketwire

  • Green Charge Networks Launches GridSynergy(TM)

    Green Charge Networks (GCN), a leader in smart grid, and energy storage and management, announced the launch of GridSynergy™ -- a unique business rules platform software for electric utilities to keep up with rising demands on the grid by using software instead of hardware based service upgrades. This solution allows utilities to maximize the efficiency and reliability of current assets by ...


  • EVs Ready to Charge Ahead: IEC Publishes Globally Relevant EV Charging Standards

    The two IEC International EV Standards reflect a global consensus on the plugs and sockets that are needed to charge EVs. They pull together the huge volume of research and development surrounding EV charging mechanisms from around the world, whilst addressing the diverse electricity infrastructure and regulations in different countries. With their help it may be possible to avoid the very ...


    By PRWeb

  • In Complete Charge - skytron`s Plant Controller Integrates PV Power Into the French High-Voltage Grid

      For the first time, in March 2012, the power plant controller skycontrol is installed and commissioned in a photovoltaic installation that feeds directly into France's 63 kV high-voltage grid. Drawing from its solid experience in the control of utility-scale PV plants connected to medium-voltage grids, the Berlin-based company skytron® energy GmbH fine tunes the plant controller of the ...


    By Skytron energy GmbH

  • Delta Introduces High Efficiency EV Charging Solutions for Ishavsveien Charging Network in Norway

    Delta Electronics announced today that it will provide high efficiency Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solutions for the Ishavsveien charging network in Norway. Delta offers two DC Quick Chargers that provide 50-500V DC / 50kW output power with among the world’s highest efficiency. The first stretch of the Ishavsveien charging network will service the E6 ...


    By Delta Group

  • EZ-Charge® : a unique way to effectively control the chemical dosing in waste water treatment

    The EZ-Charge® On-line Charge Density Analyzer is an on-line analyzer built on AppliTek’s advanced titrator mainframe and specifically designed for the purpose of dosing control in chemical separation processes. The result output of the on-line analyzer can be compared against a specific setpoint, if necessary with alarm thresholds, so that the right amount of chemicals can be ...


    By AppliTek NV

  • Itron and ClipperCreek Deliver Revenue-Grade Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

    Itron, Inc. (NASDAQ:ITRI) and ClipperCreek announced today that Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), provider of electricity to nine million people across seven southeastern states, will install revenue-grade electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in collaboration with selected distributors in its territory. Installation of the charging stations is scheduled to ...


    By Itron Inc

  • Siemens Introduces VersiCharge™ Smart Electric Vehicle Charging Stations for Homes and Businesses

    Siemens Industry, Inc. announced today its new VersiCharge™ line of electrical vehicle (EV) charging stations designed for home owners ready to move from the pump to the plug. VersiCharge™ EV charging stations will be available through Siemens' sales channels by the end of the year. ...

  • Jump-Start Risks Force Airports to Charge Ahead With Disclaimers, Says CTEK

    With modern vehicles using ever more sophisticated and expensive electronics, the increased risk of damage to vehicles from jump starts is forcing car parks across the country to protect against costly damage claims, that's according to CTEK, a leading global brand in vehicle Battery Maintenance and protection. And with estimates that as many as 1 ...


    By Marketwire

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