Trending
Heat Index
TRENDING
Posts Tagged ‘electricity’
Most Recent
 
Read More
December 11, 2017

Schneider Electric commits to 100% renewable electricity by 2030 and reporting on its energy productivity journey

Schneider Electric reaffirms its leadership position at forefront of global sustainability efforts by committing to The Climate Group’s EP100 and RE100 initiatives London, UK – 11th December 2017 – Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has committed to sourcing 100 per cent renewable electricity and is throwing light on the doubling of its energy productivity. The company strongly believes it cannot go renewable without (more…)
150
 
Read More
October 14, 2016

New Caledonia wind farm meets the electricity needs of 27k inhabitants

Customer: EOLE – Prony I, II, III & EOLE – Mont-Mau Wind Turbine: 84 Vergnet GEV MP-C wind turbines Total power: 21.5 MW Commissioned: 2004-2007 Operations and Maintenance: Vergnet Pacific   Vergnet GEV MP Wind Turbines Deliver Energy and Cost Savings for EOLE Prony Prony wind farm is part of renewable energy development continuity in French overseas territory and, in particular, in New Caledonia. With 84 wind turbines generating 21.5 (more…)
18450
 
Read More
October 7, 2016

Innovative molten silicon-based energy storage system

A novel system has been created that allows the storage energy in molten silicon which is the most abundant element in Earth’s crust. The system has patent pending status in the United States, and aims to develop a new generation of low cost solar thermal stations and becoming a innovative storage system of electricity and cogeneration for urban centers. Read more here:: http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/matter_energy/solar_energy/~3/yNkzsXiw2kw/161007100750.htm       
750
 
Read More
March 19, 2015

Friday’s Solar Eclipse to test Europe’s Electricity System

Friday’s presents an unprecedented test for Europe’s electricity system. The potential loss of 35,000MW of energy generating capacity will be caused by the moon covering about 85 per cent of the sun from the centre of the viewing zone. David Hunter, Energy Analyst at Schneider Electric comments; “European grids have been working hard to ensure the eclipse does not lead to outages. By simulating a progressive reduction in solar generation (more…)
100
Latest News
 
 
Read More
 
Read More

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
Read More
Trending Topics
Editor's Choice
 
Global recognition for ground-breaking energy saving project
 
Featured:ABB helps Indian railroad stations enhance energy efficiency
 
Featured:The Global Wind Industry – Historical, Present and Future Generation Statistics to 2030
 
Featured:World’s First Liquid Nitrogen Hybrid Bus Completes Trials
 
Featured:New study shows potential for wind power on coldest days
 
Featured:SMA America Announces New Solution to Simplify Residential Service
 
Featured:ABB Solar Inverter Solutions
 
Featured:WIRSOL disposes of portfolio consisting of 19 solar projects in the United Kingdom
 
Featured:EUROPEAN RESIDENTIAL SOLAR GETS SMARTER WITH HUAWEI FUSIONHOME
 
Featured:Tesla’s first large scale electricity storage facility in Europe officially opened by Energy Minister
More
Follow Us On Twitter!
Follow Us