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  • 2016
  • If the advanced ratemaking principles filing is approved, Alliant Energy would expect to reprioritize, and in some cases delay, certain components of its current 2016-2019 construction expenditure plan to incorporate this investment. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • nation's
  • The Advanced Photon Source (APS) at Argonne is the nation's highest-energy X-ray source, used for everything from fundamental physics to pinpointing defects in materials. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • With this initiative, we are giving our best and brightest the support needed to tackle our nation's greatest energy challenges and change the world. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Chain Reactions Innovations will provide innovators access to Argonne's deep network of 1,400 multi-disciplinary researchers and engineers as well as unique tools, including the Mira supercomputer and the nation's highest-energy X-ray source, the Advanced Photon Source. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The development of this new process demonstrates the value of coupling basic and applied research, which is a hallmark of ORNL, and it underscores the Department of Energy's commitment to addressing our nation's most pressing energy challenges," said Thom Mason, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Director. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • wavelengths
  • Several designs have been proposed to build a system that takes advantage of the entire solar spectrum through direct electric generation using concentrated light onto photovoltaics while generating thermal energy using wavelengths of light not captured by the PV cell. (spie.org)
  • Sandia
  • Sandia National Laboratories engineers are working with the US Marine Corps to help plan for such future renewable energy investments. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Researchers from Sandia National Laboratories are collaborating with the Marine Corps to increase their energy security and reduce fuel dependence through alternative technologies, including renewable energy and microgrids . (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The Marine Corps recently began a new effort with Sandia to develop analytic software tools that will give military decision-makers the quantitative support needed to achieve their long-term renewable energy goals. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The collaboration builds on modeling, simulation and analysis work that Sandia began in 2012 with the Marine Corps' Expeditionary Energy Office. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Sandia originally developed the technologies underlying the MDT through sponsorship from the Department of Energy and Department of Defense (DoD) to assess and design reliable and resilient microgrids. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • James E. Miller is a chemical engineer who has been involved in energy, materials, and chemical processing research at Sandia National Laboratories for almost 25 years. (asu.edu)
  • Solar engineer Joshua Stein works on one of several photovoltaic systems being evaluated for industry partners at Sandia National Laboratories in the U.S. Regional Test Centers program. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Sandia National Laboratories won a three-year renewal of a Department of Energy contract to manage the U.S. Regional Test Centers (RTCs), a network of five sites across the country where industry can assess the performance, reliability and economic viability of solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • These centers help demonstrate that products perform as predicted over time and in different climates, strengthening the bankability of emerging technologies and driving the market penetration of smarter, more efficient solar systems," said Joshua Stein, the Sandia solar systems engineer who heads the RTC program. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • efficient
  • Subject to these limitations, solar thermal can be an efficient energy source. (thesuburbanite.com)
  • Efficient cycling utilization of photo-thermal energy using a tri-Azo assembly could be used to harness photo-thermal power for thermal management. (rsc.org)
  • Iowa State University and Ames Laboratory researchers have developed fabrication methods for a polarized thermal emitter than can be used to create more efficient thermophotovoltaic devices for power generation. (energy.gov)
  • This recently discovered principle allows to think of new ways to recover waste heat and can improve a great variety of processes to be more energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • As new EMS devices are developed, an important consideration is combining the power streams from both sources in the most energy-efficient way. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Blended discharge strategies have the ability to be extremely energy efficient, but those proposed previously require upfront knowledge about the nature of the trip, road conditions and traffic information, which in reality is almost impossible to provide," Qi said. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • In our reinforcement learning system, the vehicle learns everything it needs to be energy efficient based on historical data. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Our current findings have shown how individual vehicles can learn from their historical driving behavior to operate in an energy efficient manner. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • project
  • This project is an excellent example of that collaboration and Nevadans should be proud to have this engineering and clean energy marvel in their state. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The €11 million (US $12 million) FORESEA project brings together Europe's leading ocean energy test facilities to help demonstration of tidal, wave and offshore wind energy technologies in real-sea conditions. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The Global Climate & Energy Project at Stanford University has awarded more than $177 million for energy research and other technical activities since the project's launch in 2002. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The Global Climate and Energy Project ( GCEP ) at Stanford University has awarded $7.6 million for research on advanced energy technologies for industrialized countries and the developing world. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Our customers expect low-cost, clean energy, which is exactly what this project will bring to the communities we serve," said Doug Kopp , president of Alliant Energy's Iowa utility. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The five-year wind project will add up to 500 megawatts of clean energy to economically meet customer needs. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The new wind project is part of Alliant Energy's vision for a clean energy future. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • In addition, the project will generate tens of millions of dollars in property taxes, and result in more than 1,500 jobs at the height of construction - boosting Iowa's economy while supporting customers seeking to use more renewable energy. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Military and Energy Systems Analysis Department manager Alan Nanco said, "This project is an exemplar effort that aligns with the energy collaboration memorandum of understanding signed by the DOE and the DoD in 2010. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Marcus Schulze and Valentin Kunz's research was performed within the scope of the Bavaria-wide joint project Soltech (Solar Technologies Go Hybrid). (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • LEEP, which is modeled on a successful pilot project between AMO and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) called Cyclotron Road, provides innovators the mentorship and technical support needed to advance challenging science and clean energy technologies to the proof-of-concept stage where they can launch into the marketplace. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The project will provide a stable energy supply throughout the northern rural region of the province and will pump irrigation and clean drinking water to Nahueve inhabitants. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The project will provide energy stability, demonstrate renewable energy's viability in the country, create jobs and help the environment. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • The project will connect to the energy grid to provide a consistent power source for the entire country and will influence the deployment of additional geothermal projects in the Caribbean. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • expansion
  • On the other hand, when gas is burned to generate electric energy, the power plant wants to use the violent expansion that occurs when a liquid changes to a gas. (thesuburbanite.com)
  • One interesting result of the study indicated that locations in Germany with less wind or solar availability are preferential to locations with greater wind or solar availability yet have higher grid expansion costs. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Thus, according to calculations with ENTIGRIS, there are cases when wind power installations in southern Germany and photovoltaic plants in northern Germany become attractive, because the local grid expansion costs exceed the benefits of higher local energy yield. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • reactor
  • 2009. O 2 releasing reactivity of ceramics for rotary-type solar reactor with two-step H 2 O splitting. (springer.com)
  • 2007. The reactive ceramics for solar H 2 production by rotary type solar reactor with two step water splitting. (springer.com)
  • The Sun is an enormous, effective, and far-away (some 150 million km from Earth) nuclear fusion reactor that can supply the Earth with energy now, and for several billions of years to come. (briangwilliams.us)
  • innovators
  • FORESEA will provide financial assistance to Europe's most promising ocean energy innovators and help them 'get metal wet', get their technologies tested in real-sea conditions and get private investment flowing into the sector. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • To help entrepreneurs bridge this commercialization valley of death, CRI will support cutting-edge innovators to work on early-stage technologies that can deliver game-changing impact to the energy industry. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • innovation
  • The centers also quantify the impact of climate on PV technologies and systems and provide a research platform for emerging technologies, spurring technical innovation in the solar industry. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • heat
  • Solar heat is used in several ways. (thesuburbanite.com)
  • So, the household water to be heated goes through a heat exchanger, a simple copper coil, immersed in the solar-heated water, on its way to the faucets and washing machines. (thesuburbanite.com)
  • Herein, we report for the first time the closed-cycle utilization of photo-thermal energy for thermochromic displays by optimizing the solid-state high-rate heat output of STS films. (rsc.org)
  • These thermal spin waves present a so far unexploited way for the energy recovery of waste heat. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • Launched on Indiegogo , the device employs breakthrough nano-materials, advanced thermal engineering, and the latest in low power electronics to run exclusively off heat generated from the body. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • At any given time, sunshine delivers to Earth as light and heat about 10 000 times more energy than the entire world is consuming. (briangwilliams.us)
  • photosynthesis
  • Photosynthesis is a process used by plants to create energy-rich organic compounds, usually in the form of carbohydrates, and oxygen (O2) from carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) driven by light. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • renewables
  • In order to meet the European climate targets, namely reduce greenhouse gas emissions at least 80 percent by 2050, the share of renewables in the energy supply must increase substantially. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • help
  • This could help reduce energy costs for cooling buildings and homes during the summer. (solarthermalmagazine.com)
  • A download solar energy did, and, on the help, the research was his additives, referred by the vigils and predictors of efforts hereof, under the learning geyser. (natureswaymanual.com)
  • If we are to help ocean energy on a path towards commercialisation, countries as well as companies will have to work together to overcome joint challenges. (solarthermalmagazine.com)