A UK research team has developed a photovoltaic leaf concept that can produce electricity, water and thermal energy in a single device. The system, inspired by a leaf, is based on a biomimetic transpiration (BT) layer that cools down the embedded PV unit and utilizes excess heat from the cell to produce water and heat energy.
The software manages solar-attached charging EVs for sites that require dynamic load management for multiple on-site vehicles.
Canadian Solar’s global module, battery and inverter solutions business is issuing 541 million shares, or 15% of 3.6 billion outstanding shares, at $1.17 per share (11.10 RMB) raising the equivalent of $848 million in proceeds.
Imerys is partnering with TotalEnergies to install a 15 MW solar system and 7.5 MWh battery energy storage system for its Santa Barbara County, Calif. mining operations.
Also on the rise: Community solar on New Jersey self-storage facility benefits low-income residents. Solar4America begins module production at California factory with wafer plans announced. And more.
The University of Cambridge developed a device that converts plastics and greenhouse gases to usable fuels and products.
Despite higher earnings in Q3, the company lowered its Q4 22 guidance to $44 million to $49 million, compared to the consensus of $73 million, reflecting recent acquisitions of European assets taken on its balance sheet.
Startup Quino Energy has raised more than $7.8 million to scale up its quinone redox flow battery technology. Harvard University and University of Cambridge researchers came up with the initial research for the battery design.
Among the innovations on display by Bluetti was the new solar-powered generator, the EP600+B500
To reach the full potential benefits of distributed energy resources (DERs), a national initiative is needed to transition efficiently to a high-DER electricity system, says a task force of grid experts convened by the nonprofit group ESIG.
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