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Pv magazine Latinoamérica : México: 21 árboles solares para delegación del DF

Pv magazine Latinoamérica : México: 21 árboles solares para delegación del DF
No se ha pasado un id de noticia valido Escriba su comentario Para escribir un comentario no es necesario estar registrado como usuario. La redacción se reserva el derecho a borrar comentarios que no estén relacionados con la temática. comentar Sergio Escobar desde Moreno, Bs As, Argentina martes, 18.02.2014 13:47 pregunto cuales son las consecuencias ambientales de crear una planta de energia electrica fotovoltaica en argentina...me interesa el tema...saludos y graciaS. Luc F desde glarus | miércoles, 08.01.2014 11:13 Congratulations! eficiencia geotermica debatte desde debatte | martes, 31.12.2013 09:12 Yo no estoy de acuerdo con lo aqui comentado, pienso sinceramente que hay muchos factores que no han podido ser considerados en cuenta. mejora eficiencia geoterm modul desde modul | viernes, 27.12.2013 15:52 Guillermo Ferrari desde Milano martes, 17.12.2013 16:51 Related:  R&DBRESIL

Joint Fraunhofer ISE and NREL report hints at CPV maturation: pv-magazine 04. February 2015 | Applications & Installations, Global PV markets, Industry & Suppliers, Research & Development | By: Ian Clover Higher efficiencies and levelized costs of electricity at levels similar to ordinary PV reported as CPV sector set to grow in 2015. Although only a fraction of the global installed PV base, CPV could be on the cusp of cost and efficiency breakthroughs, the report finds. Isofoton A report by Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE and the U.S. According to the report, Fraunhofer has achieved record efficiencies of 36.7% for CPV modules and 46% efficiencies for CPV cells in laboratory conditions, but the report also states that commercially available CPV modules regularly exceed 30% efficiency. At utility-scale, these CPV efficiencies could potentially reduce the amount of land required for a large solar plant, in turn allowing for a competitive LCOE as costs come down. Higher efficiency, but at what cost?

Challenges to connect small wind systems into grid in Brazil - Wiki Cleantech Summary The growing demand for energy – impelled by the social appeal for the use of sustainable energy, revitalizes the concept of distributed generation, characterized as that which is produced near the load. In this context, the use of small wind turbine connected to the grid plays more important role once they produce renewable energy and in a relatively simple manner when compared to other sources. 1. The search for a cleaner, renewable and sustainable electrical matrix allied to economic development of society has been object of discussions around the world. Large hydroelectric power plants support the Brazilian electrical matrix, while new projects based in wind farms, biomass and small hydroelectric power plants already arise on the national scenario [3]. 2. 2.1 The sustainable development and the demand for energy The contribution of each energy sources in the electrical generation matrix in the years 2005 and 2010, together with the estimate for 2030 is presented in Figure 1.

US: solar could disrupt shale revolution, study finds: pv-magazine 09. February 2015 | Applications & Installations, Global PV markets, Industry & Suppliers | By: Ian Clover Report by energy research company Wood Mackenzie points to solar as the one technology with the capacity to transform energy markets in same way shale did. Cheaper, more efficient solar power will corner a greater share of the U.S. power market, but grid systems and storage backup technologies need to match the pace of change. Dennis Schroeder/NREL A report by international energy research company Wood Mackenzie has posited that solar PV has the capacity to disrupt the U.S. energy landscape with similar speed and tumult as the shale industry managed – and may even directly impact natural gas markets in the near future. Ghosh compares solar’s rapid rise to prominence to the upheaval caused by shale extraction technologies over the past decade, suggesting that the trend for cheaper solar modules will only continue as balance of systems (BoS) costs fall and efficiencies improve.

Improved access to public finance for solar may unlock the potential for distributed generation in Brazil | Apricum - The Cleantech Advisory Next to the utility segment, the commercial/residential rooftop segment of the Brazilian PV market offers good market potential, driven by very favorable conditions for self-consumption of generated power. Yet, the segment to date has not been able to reach significant scale. One of the main reasons for this is a lack of affordable funding. Apricum Project Manager Martin Mitscher examines Brazil’s solar financing challenges and advocates the role for public and private actors in developing suitable financing solutions, as successfully demonstrated abroad. Insignificant PV market development to date despite legislative backing After putting a strong focus on hydro and wind energy in past years, Brazil’s government has provided the legislative basis to incorporate solar energy in the country’s power generation mix. Already in 2012, the Brazilian government had passed a bill establishing net metering for small-scale renewable power. Net metering explained Solar irradiation Electricity tariffs

IEA report examines ways to lower PV cost barriers in emerging regions: pv-magazine 06. February 2015 | Applications & Installations, Financial & Legal Affairs, Global PV markets, Markets & Trends, Investor news | By: Ian Clover The Innovative Business Models and Financing Mechanisms for PV Deployment in Emerging Regions assesses the pros and cons of six different types of funding methods. Bringing solar PV to rural and emerging areas is fraught with challenges, not least financial ones. SolarAid The International Energy Agency (IEA) has today published a report that examines best practice when financing solar PV deployment in regions where interest in the technology is emerging. The report, Innovative Business Models and Financing Mechanisms for PV Deployment in Emerging Regions, focuses on six case studies that each take a different approach to delivering affordable PV to areas that may typically struggle to overcome the initial problem of high upfront costs. The Indigo has a pay-as-you-go controller that works when a valid code is entered into its keypad.

Le Cap Vert inaugure son centre des énergies renouvelables (Agence Ecofin) - Le Centre des énergies renouvelables et d’entretien industriel (Cermi) du Cap Vert vient d’être inauguré à Praia par Henri Albert Guillaume (photo), le Grand-duc du Luxembourg. La mission allouée à cette institution est la promotion des formations qui encouragent l’utilisation des énergies bioclimatiques. La principale activité du Cermi sera la formation des professionnels dans les secteurs de la conception, du montage et de l’entretien d’installations photovoltaïques. L’installation des mini-éoliennes, des panneaux photovoltaïques et thermiques, le montage et l’entretien de froid et l’électromécanique sont autant de domaines qui seront abordés par les formations proposées par le centre. La construction de ce centre s’inscrit dans le cadre de la politique énergétique du gouvernement qui aspire à une large utilisation des énergies renouvelables. EnR BIS Cap VertCentre des énergies renouvelables et d’entretien industriel

Expected Impacts on Cost of Energy through Lidar Based Wind Turbine Control - Wiki Cleantech Next generation wind turbine controls are expected to assume a greater level of complexity and sophistication; light detection and ranging (lidar) technology is well poised to play a role in revolutionizing turbine control. The expected benefit of lidar-based control lies in reduced structural and component loading. While research has been carried out to evaluate these benefits, how such benefits will translate to financial gains is not always clear. This paper estimates the profitability of various approaches to maximizing the benefits of lidar-based control. This study was funded by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) [1]. Background To measure wind speed, lidars send a laser beam to the area of interest. There are two ways to mount the lidar on a wind turbine. center of the rotor the lidar rotates with the rotor. Potential for Performance Improvements component loads may lead to increases in loads elsewhere on the machine. Cost Benefit Analyses Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3

Brazilian solar auction set for August 17. March 2015 | Applications & Installations, Global PV markets, Industry & Suppliers, Markets & Trends | By: Blanca Díaz López The second national solar auction in Brazil will award 20-year contracts to winning projects, which are to begin operations in 2017. Brazil's new PV projects are slated to start operations on August 1, 2017, but may also go online before the date. Jorge Cortell/wikimedia commons The Brazilian government has announced its second solar auction, open only to photovoltaic parks, will take place on August 14. Winning projects in the reserve auction will obtain 20-year power purchase contracts. The projects are slated to start operations on August 1, 2017, but they may begin operations before that date if they are completed early, with electricity sold at the contractually agreed price. The government has not announced exactly how much capacity will be awarded, however.

A methodology to identify the most strategic locations for large solar power plants using satellite images - Wiki Cleantech Summary The deserts are suitable areas for large solar power plants, because of abundant sunshine and enormous land. Both are important factors for solar power plants. However, not all desert areas are suitable for installation, for example sand dunes, water, and cliffs. Rich sunshine and huge land of deserts should have a possibility to generate huge amount of energy with solar power plants. Definition of suitable areas and land suitability index for solar power plants There are some types of deserts consisting different surfaces. However, there is some vegetation even in the gravel desert. Satellite images Images used in this study were taken by two satellites. The other is NOAA lunched by NASA and run by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for purposes of weather forecast and so on. Analysis method Remote sensing with satellite images was applied to large size of desert areas. The mountainous classification vertical and horizontal edges) [5]. [1] M. [2] M. [3] M.

Brazil sets second solar auction in 2015: pv-magazine 18. March 2015 | Applications & Installations, Markets & Trends, Global PV markets, Industry & Suppliers | By: Blanca Díaz López The South American nation is ramping up solar development with another solar auction scheduled for November. Brazil's latest reserve auction is part of a combined solar and wind tender. Wikimedia/LecomteB. Days after announcing its first solar auction this year, the Brazilian government has scheduled a second PV tender for November 13. The reserve auction is part of a combined solar and wind tender. The deadline to submit projects for approval to energy planning company Empresa de Pesquisa Energética (EPE) is June 18. On Monday, the Brazilian government released the date of another solar auction, a reserve auction that will take place on August 14. The government plans to contract about 500 MW of solar annually through national auctions. The November reserve auction is the third national solar auction in Brazil.

Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. Provides Update on Financing Initiative for Arizona and Mexico Towers ANNAPOLIS, MD--(Marketwired - February 17, 2015) - Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) (the "Company"), the inventor of large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structures capable of producing abundant, inexpensive electricity, today in response to recent press and shareholder inquiries, provided an update on their financing initiative for Tower Projects in Arizona and Mexico. Although physically located in Arizona, the San Luis Tower will be providing most of its power to California facilities. Development financing is conditional upon the Company obtaining satisfactory Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with durations of 20 - 25 years, which is common in the industry. As for the Mexico Tower, The Company has proposed to sell its power to Comisión Federal de Electricidad, (the national electric company), because the government of Mexico recently passed new energy policy laws targeting 30% alternative energy and encouraging the purchase of alternative energy from private developers. Mr. Mr.

pv magazine Latinoamérica : Brasil convoca otra licitación solar en noviembre 17/03/15 | Noticias principales, Brasil, Desarrollo de mercado En la imagen, la mayor central solar en operación en Brasil la cual cuenta con una potencia de 3 MW y es de la empresa TractebelFoto: Tractebel Energia La segunda licitación de reserva de este año se celebrará el 13 de noviembre y contará con categorías para las fuentes solar y eólica. Se trata de la tercera licitación solar nacional en Brasil. El gobierno brasileño ha convocado una segunda licitación nacional solar este año que se celebrará el día 13 de noviembre, según se publicó en el diario oficial el martes. Los proyectos que resulten adjudicados obtendrán contratos de compraventa de electricidad (PPA) a 20 años. El gobierno no ha hecho público el volumen de potencia fotovoltaica que prevé contratar en esta licitación. El lunes, el gobierno brasileño hizo pública la fecha de la primera licitación solar este año, una licitación de reserva que tendrá lugar el 14 de agosto.

Big Corporations To Utilities: Please Make It Easy to Buy Renewable Energy This is an archived story. The information and any links may no longer be accurate. by Rona Fried We've written about the increasing amounts of renewable energy big corporations are using, but they would use much more if utilities made it easier for them to buy. A dozen companies signed the Renewable Energy Buyers' Principles, which ask utilities to do just that: Bloomberg, Facebook, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Mars, Novelis, Procter and Gamble, REI, Sprint, and Walmart. With a combined renewable energy target of 8.6 million megawatt-hours a year through 2020 (which would power nearly 800,000 homes a year), the companies are ready to make significant purchases. Currently, each company has to negotiate separately with utilities, to get the quantity of renewable energy they need at competitive prices. Microsoft bought the entire output of a wind farm going up in Illinois: Indeed, it's a reciprocal relationship. Here's what they want:

LatinAmerican Post - In Nationwide Protests, Angry Brazilians Call for Ouster of President Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets in cities across Brazil on Sunday to express their ire at President Dilma Rousseff, raising pressure on her as she grapples with an onslaught of challenges including an economy mired in stagnation, a sweeping bribery scandal and a revolt by some of the most powerful figures in her governing coalition. The protests, organized to coincide with commemorations of the re-establishment of democracy 30 years ago after a long military dictatorship, reflect rising disenchantment with Ms. Rousseff after former executives at Petrobras, the national oil company, revealed an elaborate scheme in which they said they channeled huge bribes from contractors to Ms. The payoff racket coincided roughly with the period that Ms. Concerns are growing over a sluggish economy expected to contract this year as the boom of the previous decade recedes into memory. Pointing to rising polarization, some prominent supporters of Ms. Still, Ms.

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