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Solar PV

Bear Republic Brewery goes solar

California Brewery Goes Solar

An Enphase®-equipped photovoltaic (PV) system was installed at Bear Republic Brewing Co.’s Cloverdale, Califonia facility. Both the 30.2 kilowatt (KW) rooftop solar array and a second, soon-to-be-installed 136.6 KW canopy system

Solar Thermal Energy

Concentrated Solar Thermal Power ( CSP ) Technology

Concentrated Solar Thermal Power ( CSP ) Technology Explained. The Basics

The are several different types of concentrated solar thermal technologies and ways to apply them. This video from the U.S. department of energy outlines the basics of concentrating solar power ( CSP ) technology as it stands today. The most common forms of CSP include something as simple as solar tubes in a solar hot water system for home or industry, to parabolic solar trough, solar dishes that track the sun and solar towers with hundreds of computer controlled mirrors.

Energy Storage

Research News

Clean Energy Research Australian National University

New Funds to Bolster Australian National University Clean Energy Research

The ANU will enhance its position as a leader in clean energy research after receiving $9 million in new funding for five major research and development projects. The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced details of the research funding, designed to help make renewable energy more affordable and to boost the amount of clean

Solar HotWater

Solar Thermal Hot Water System

Solar Thermal Hot Water System Installed at Low-Income Housing Complex

The system, installed at the Coral Wood Court Apartments, will enable low-income Reseda residents to use renewable energy and reduce energy costs while creating local green jobs. This financed system uses price-indexed energy to guarantee energy savings to the host low-income housing community, versus standard utility rates. The system is expected to save more than $175,000 over 30 years

Solar Gadgets

Wind

Alternative fuels

Fuel Cells

OTEC

Offshore Renewable Energy

Gathering spot for those Interested in the Effects of Offshore Renewable Energy

Offshore Renewable Energy – SEATTLE, Washington ( Solar Thermal Magazine ) – Wondering what the impact on killer whales might be from a turbine installed under the sea? Curious whether crabs and other crustaceans might be attracted to underwater cables carrying electricity to homes and businesses on the mainland? Interested in which country is harvesting the

Wave Energy

Tidal

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