Department of Energy Announces New Funding to Train Emergency Response and Building Professionals

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $4.5 million in funding for training programs for professionals who interact with distributed energy resources, including solar energy systems, storage systems, “smart” building technologies, and electric vehicles. These professionals include those that… Read moreDepartment of Energy Announces New Funding to Train Emergency Response and Building Professionals

Renewable Energy Accounts for Majority of New Capacity in 2019

The renewable energy sector added 176 GW of generating capacity globally in 2019, slightly lower than the 179 GW added in 2018. However, new renewable power accounted for 72% of all power expansion last year, according to new data released… Read moreRenewable Energy Accounts for Majority of New Capacity in 2019

Webinar shows how to get more from heat network metering & billing

Switch2 Energy is hosting a free webinar to show local authorities and housing associations how to get the most out of compliant heat network metering and billing. The hour and a half-long webinar will run on Tuesday 19 May at… Read moreWebinar shows how to get more from heat network metering & billing

New York Passes Accelerated Renewable Energy Act

New York public authorities and agencies have passed legislation as part of the FY 2020-2021 state budget to speed up the siting and construction of clean energy projects to combat climate change and help the state’s economic recovery from the… Read moreNew York Passes Accelerated Renewable Energy Act

Why Corporate Social Responsibility And Sustainability Matter in the Battle for Attracting Employees

It’s no secret that companies want to attract the best talent. But in today’s competitive job market, that’s easier said than done. So, what should organizations looking to appeal to millennial workers focus on? Sustainability.  These days, sustainability is an… Read moreWhy Corporate Social Responsibility And Sustainability Matter in the Battle for Attracting Employees

Stable perovskite LEDs one step closer

Researchers at Linkoping University, working with colleagues in Great Britain, China and the Czech Republic, have developed a perovskite light-emitting diode (LED) with both high efficiency and long operational stability. The result has been published in Nature Communications. “Light-emitting diodes… Read moreStable perovskite LEDs one step closer

Guide to complying with updated heat network regulations

Switch2 Energy has published a free downloadable eguide to help district and community heating scheme operators to comply with the updated Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations. It is believed that many of the UK’s 17,000 heat network operators failed… Read moreGuide to complying with updated heat network regulations

New Collaborative Helps States Reach Clean Energy Goals

The nonprofit Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) has launched the 100% Clean Energy Collaborative, a new initiative to provide critical information sharing and knowledge transfer among states that have established 100% clean energy goals for their electricity sectors. The rapid… Read moreNew Collaborative Helps States Reach Clean Energy Goals

Littelfuse Expands its SPXI Series of Solar Fuses

Littelfuse Inc., a global manufacturer of technologies in circuit protection, power control and sensing, has expanded its SPXI series in-line solar fuses to include 35 to 60 amperage models.  Designed to integrate into in-line assemblies within a wire harness, these… Read moreLittelfuse Expands its SPXI Series of Solar Fuses