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The Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 45.72% from 2018 to 2023 PR Newswire (press release)Full coverag […]
CPS announces compatibility with Tigo's Flex MLPE for commercial rapid shutdown pv magazine USATigo Releases State-of-the-art Wireless Technology – Mesh – as the New Solar Communication Architecture for the ... Business Wire India (press release)Full coverag […]
Total Eren builds up Brazil's solar capacity Business News AmericasFull coverag […]
KSF Space and IFGICT will launch CFP to submit R&D project for Horizon 2020 by EU funding commission. As a remote sensing CubeSat (NanoSat) approach. Remote sensing scientists work under assumptions that should not be taken for granted and should, therefore, be challenged. These assumptions include the following: Space, especially Low Earth Orbit (LEO), will always be available to governmental and commercial space entities that launch Earth remote sensing missions. Space launches are benign with respect to environmental impacts. Minimization of Type 1 error, which provides increased confidence in the experimental outcome, is the best way to assess the significance of environmental change. Large-area remote sensing investigations, i.e. national, continental, global studies, are best done from space. National space missions should trump international, cooperative space missions to ensure national control and distribution of the data products. At best, all of these points are arguable, and in some cases, they’re wrong. Development of observational space systems that are compatible with sustainability principles should be a primary concern when Earth remote sensing space systems are envisioned, designed, and launched. The discussion is based on the hypothesis that reducing the environmental impacts of the data acquisition step, which is at the very beginning of […]
Details and dates have been announced for the IX International Renewable Energy Conference, Energy Saving and Energy Education (CIER 2017) which will take place 31st May – 2nd June 2017 at the Hotel Habana Libre in Havana, Cuba. The highly regarded three day conference and exhibition, now in its 9 th year, is hosted by the Centro de Estudio de Tecnologías Energéticas Renovables (CETER), based at the Technological University of Havana José Antonio Echeverría. It brings together hundreds of scientists, engineers, manufactures, investors, policy makers, energy users and other specialists from the international renewable energy sector to exchange knowledge, debate and analyse the global efforts currently being carried out in the field. The theme for CIER 2017 is ‘Working towards 100% renewable energy sources in the Caribbean’ with a full and varied conference and speaker programme, that will feature over nine technical and strategic sessions and over 12 prominent industry specialists, representing both the regional and international renewable sector. Speaking of the event, Joel Morales, Director of CETER explained; “Since its inception, CIER has always been an arena for the international scientific community to come together to debate and to analyse efforts being made to intensify the use of renewable energy […]
Solar energy is poised to continue its ongoing revolution in 2017. There’s never been a better time to invest in photovoltaics
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