DOE Reveals New Goals for Solar Energy Office
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has revealed a new research that shows the solar industry has attained the 2020 utility-scale solar cost target determined by the SunShot Initiative.
New Study Shows a Completely Renewable Energy Future is Attainable
A new study shows that countries around the globe could shift their economies completely to renewable energy sources by the year 2050.
Parker Hannifin Presents Latest Cloud-Based Sensors for Solar Panels Monitoring
Parker Hannifin has recently launched its new SCOUT™ Cloud Software and SensoNODE™ Gold Sensors which provide a wireless and remote management solution for the maintenance of solar panels.
SimpliPhi Provides Battery Storage for a School in Hawaii
SimpliPhi has made a way to let the students of a school on the island of O'ahu in Hawaii experience the benefits of solar power.
Renewables Expected to Overtake Nuclear in Electrical Generation in the U.S.
The latest issue of “Electric Power Monthly” by the US Energy Information Administration was published recently. It reveals that the renewable energy in the US is locked in a “virtual dead-heat” with the US nuclear energy with approximately 20 percent each of the nation's electrical generation.