Tag: clean energy

Clean or sustainable energy is the form of energy obtained from non-exhaustible resources, such that the provision of this form of energy serves the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

Solar Power at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport

Solar Power at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport

Con Edison Solutions joins airport executives to launch first solar array at a South Carolina airfield

Con Edison Solutions (CES) – one of America’s leading energy services companies – joined with the Columbia Metropolitan Airport to launch a 4,320-panel, 1.38 megawatt fixed-tilt ground-mount solar array – the first of its kind

Reader Profile: Margie Harris

Reader Profile: Margie Harris

When Margie Harris, Energy Trust of Oregon’s executive director, was named the 2016 Champion of Energy Efficiency in Buildings for her “outstanding achievement and leadership in the energy efficiency field” by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), it was a fitting culmination to her years of achievement in

Younicos to Deliver Largest Y.Cube Deployment in US to Austin Energy

Younicos to Deliver Largest Y.Cube Deployment in US to Austin Energy

Younicos has signed an agreement to deliver a megawatt-scale battery storage system to Austin Energy, as part of a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)-funded initiative known as the Sustainable and Holistic Integration of Energy Storage and Solar PV (SHINES) project.

Younicos will collaborate with the project’s prime contractor, Doosan GridTech, to

Community Microgrids

Community Microgrids

Now, with the increasing availability and cost effectiveness of distributed energy resources (DERs), more and more customers—industrial, commercial, governmental, and residential alike—are taking power generation, and even storage, into their own hands.

Fuel Cells and Energy Sustainability

Fuel Cells and Energy Sustainability

Given that energy sustainability and energy economics are top-of-mind among business leaders, politicians, and the public these days, hydrogen fuel cells may be viewed as a savior technology. If that statement seems hyperbolic, there is plenty of statistical evidence to support the growth of fuel cell use for both stationary

Community Microgrids

Community Microgrids

Now, with the increasing availability and cost effectiveness of distributed energy resources (DERs), more and more customers—industrial, commercial, governmental, and residential alike—are taking power generation, and even storage, into their own hands.

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