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  • Software developer doppelintegral launches Blockset for the Simulation of Solar Energy Systems

    doppelintegral GmbH, located in Stuttgart, Germany, has released the software INSEL 8.2 including the Renewable Energy Blockset for MATLAB and Simulink. As the software has more than 300 blocks out of photovoltaics, solar thermal energy and energy meteorology, MATLAB and Simulink users can now professionally plan, monitor and control renewable energy systems. The blocks can be combined in any way ...


    By doppelintegral GmbH

  • Suntech Solar Modules Shine in Desert Simulation Test

    WUXI, China, Dec. 18, 2012/PRNewswire/ -- Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. (NYSE: STP), one of the world's largest producers of solar panels, today announced that its solar modules have passed the Blowing Sand Test based on DIN EN 60068-2-68 LC2 by SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. The SGS test result confirms that Suntech's solar modules are ...

  • Wind-powered desalination for bahrain

    Wind-powered desalination technology is to be promoted in Bahrain under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed on 31 January 2011 between Jade Consultancy of Bahrain and Synlift Systems GmbH of Germany. The MoU will enable Jade to introduce green desalination technologies for the first time in the Gulf region. The consultancy will provide advice on business opportunities and the ...


  • New 2050 simulation puts power in public hands (press notice)

    How would you meet our energy demands and reduce carbon emissions by 2050? Build 50 new nuclear power stations? Build 20,000 onshore wind turbines? Reduce average home temperatures by 1.5 degrees celsius through smarter heating? Convert all cars to electric power? Put external wall insulation on every home? A new online ...

  • Machine Learning in Support of Complex Wind Data Management

    EWC Weather Consult take part in the European largest and most important wind event, the EWEA 2014 Annual Event, 10-13 March 2014 in Barcelona. In Hall 6, Stand 6B42, the weather service providers and wind experts from Karlsruhe will be presenting their solutions in complex weather data management. The service portfolio includes MCP (Measure Correlate Predict) wind measurement procedures, ...


    By WindEurope

  • Low-Carbon energy - a roadmap

    Technologies available today, and those expected to become competitive over the next decade, will permit a rapid decarbonization of the global energy economy, according to a report by the World Watch Institute. New renewable energy technologies, combined with a broad suite of energy-efficiency advances, will allow global energy needs to be met without fossil fuels and by adding only minimally to ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Women @ Energy: Susan Coghlan

    Susan Coghlan is the Deputy Division Director for the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) and the project director for the facility’s powerful supercomputing systems including Mira, the fifth fastest supercomputer in the world. She is responsible for overseeing the installation of supercomputers and ensuring that they meet the U.S. Department of Energy’s mission needs. In her ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Future for clean energy lies in “Big Bang” of evolution

    Amid mounting agreement that future clean, “carbon-neutral”, energy will rely on efficient conversion of the sun’s light energy into fuels and electric power, attention is focusing on one of the most ancient groups of organism, the cyanobacteria. Dramatic progress has been made over the last decade understanding the fundamental reaction of photosynthesis that evolved in cyanobacteria 3.7 billion ...


    By European Science Foundation

  • Intertek Recognized by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority for Strategic Renewable Energy Investment

    Intertek(LSE: ITRK), a leading provider of quality and safety solutions serving a wide range of industries around the world, today announced that plans for its recent award from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) will be used for the creation of a photovoltaic (PV) and wind equipment test facility. Intertek was awarded $4.2 ...


    By Intertek Group plc

  • Ecotech Institute's Renewable Energy Labs Prepare Tomorrow's Green Workforce for Success

    Ecotech Institute, the first and only college focused entirely on preparing America's workforce for careers in renewable energy and sustainable design, today announced that it has installed an array of new laboratory equipment, further positioning the school as the premiere destination for ...


  • Political Support and Clear Policies Prove Critical for Renewable Energy Market Growth

    Having quadrupled its solar capacity target to 50GW by 2020 and begun an accelerated domestic installations program to tackle the oversupply of solar panels, China looks set to continue its domination of the global renewable energy market, according to Ernst & Young's latest quarterly global Renewable energy Country Attractiveness Indices report (CAI) released today.   The indices ...

  • E++ and ILA Studio Utilized IES Software to Improve Energy Efficiency at Central Karakorum National Park Headquarters

    Integrated Environmental Solutions’ (IES) award winning performance analysis software suite, the Virtual Environment, played an important role in the ...

  • Meteodyn appoints new distributor for Italy!

    Meteodyn, wind simulation software developer, now relies on a new distributor to expand its global network. The company Ten Project is in charge of meteodyn WT and UrbaWind software sales in Italy. Ten Project is a multidisciplinary consulting firm with extensive experience in planning, design and management of systems for the production of renewable energy. Indeed, the company can ...


    By Meteodyn

  • Less Air Pollution Would Mean New California Dams Not Needed

    STANFORD, California (ENS) - Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently called for new dams in Northern California and near Fresno to store more water from Sierra snowmelt - an initiative criticized by environmentalists. Now a Stanford University scientist says the elimination of aerosol pollution would offset some of the need for additional dams by increasing rainwater supply. ...

  • Bladed celebrates its 20th Birthday

    At the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) Conference in Vienna, GL Garrad Hassan marked the 20th anniversary of the launch of Bladed, the wind turbine design software trusted and used by manufacturers and certification agencies around the world. Over the last two decades, as commercial wind turbines have grown in scale, from 500kW to over 7MW, GL Garrad Hassan wind energy experts have ...


  • Europe building greener technology for cleaner cars

    Electric motive power was kick-started in the 19th century and scientists have been developing it ever since. The EDISON ('Electric vehicles in a distributed and integrated market using sustainable energy and open networks') project, which got off the ground in late February, is targeting the development of a smart infrastructure that will alter the extensive adoption of electric vehicles powered ...


    By European Commission

  • GL Garrad Hassan at EWEA 2013

    Meet GL Garrad Hassan’s experts at presentations and poster sessions. GL Garrad Hassan will be at the EWEA 2013 conference in Vienna this week, with experts giving presentations, chairing sessions, while also being on hand to meet attendees at their exhibition stands. The topics GL Garrad Hassan experts are presenting include forecasting, yaw control and condition monitoring. GL Garrad ...


  • How will the climate be impacted by future changes to the Arctic`s sea ice and snow cover?

    Extreme weather events such as cold snaps in the winter and heat waves in the summer have been linked to the reduction of sea ice and warming in the Arctic. The proportion of the observed extreme events that is due to the reduction of sea ice in the Arctic is still an unanswered question. The GREENICE research project plans to find out more about the interplay between changes in climate and ...

  • New finding may explain heat loss in fusion reactors

    Original story at MIT News One of the biggest obstacles to making fusion power practical — and realizing its promise of virtually limitless and relatively clean energy — has been that computer models have been unable to predict how the hot, electrically charged gas inside a fusion reactor behaves under the intense heat and ...

  • Study: Natural gas surge won`t slow global warming

    Cheap and plentiful natural gas isn't quite a bridge to a brighter energy future as claimed and won't slow global warming, a new study projects. Abundant natural gas in the United States has been displacing coal, which produces more of the chief global warming gas carbon dioxide. But the new international study says an expansion of natural gas use by 2050 would also keep other energy-producing ...


    By Associated Press

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