News from Jake Richardson at Clean Technica regrading Japan’s experimentation with floating solar systems. [repostus hash=ae2533a9ca0660b4a51644442797db6f title=Floating+Solar+Plants+To+Expand+In+Japan host=Clean+Technica short=1sFOT snip=%C2%A0+As+previously+reported+on+CleanTechnica%2C+Japan+is+experimenting+with+floating+renewable+energy.+It+is+now+expanding+on+that+with%C2%A0ten+floating+solar+installations%C2%A0totaling+20+MW+of+power+capacity.+These+will+be+built+by+home+renovator+West+Holdings.+It+will+get+the+technology+from%C2%A0South+Korea%E2%80%99%26hellip%3B thumb=3291980 jump=1]
Daily Archives:November 9, 2012
High School Student Teams Begin Quest to Harness the Sun as Metropolitan’s 11th Annual Solar Cup Kicks Off
Solar Cup, which began in 2002 with just eight teams and about 80 students, has become the nation’s largest solar-powered boat competition. Along the way, about 8,300 students have participated in Solar Cup competitions, which allow students to apply their skills in math, physics, engineering and communications, while learning about Southern California’s water sources, resource management and alternative energy development.
U.S. Election Results Encourage North America to Continue Expansion of its Renewable Energy Portfolio and Welcome the Fourth U.S. Solarpraxis PV Power Plants Conference
Revived interest in continued development of large-scale PV plants will bring together industry experts to discuss the most pressing and relevant topics for establishing, maintaining and generating new and existing projects.