Tag: imported

Drones Go Where Man Has Gone Before

Around the nation, that chatter you hear is the buzz about drones (or the more official term – small unmanned aerial systems – sUAS). Duke Energy is grabbing its share of buzz. It’s one of the few utilities testing drones and looking to make them part…

Hawaii Explores Possible Collaboration with Energy Development Corp on Geothermal Power

Luis P. Salaveria, a Filipino-American government official, who is the Director of the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT), visited the Philippines May 14 to 18, 2016, to learn how Hawaii can incorporate geothermal power to reduce the state’s dependency on fossil fuels and increase efficiency measures.

DBEDT is a state department in the executive branch, which falls under the Office of the Governor. The department oversees the Hawaii State Energy Office, which has embarked on a strategic plan to position Hawaii as a proving ground for clean energy technologies.

AEP Seeks Up to 900 MW of Wind and Solar

AEP Ohio, a unit of American Electric Power (NYSE:AEP), today issued a Request for Information (RFI) to solicit information from companies that have an interest in participating in a future AEP Ohio Request for Proposals for obtaining Solar Energy Reso…

Ecolibrium Certified by TUV Rheinland to Test Solar Racking Products

Press Releases Ecolibrium Solar is now a Certified Partner Lab of TÃœV Rheinland PTL April 19, 2016 | Boulder, CO Boulder, CO. April 19th, 2016 – Ecolibrium Solar, a leading supplier of solar racking systems for commercial and residential applications, announces that the Ecolibrium Boulder R&D Laboratory is now a Certified Partner Lab by TÃœV Rheinland PTL.

JuiceBox Energy Rebrands as Adara Power

San Jose, CA, USA, April 18, 2016 – Interest in residential energy storage technology has grown dramatically worldwide as consumers search for a method of capturing self-produced solar energy, reducing their carbon footprint, and reducing their relianc…