The PV Power Map is a report of national solar resource availability as illustrated by the monthly energy output of a nominal 1-kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic (PV) system by location. Comparing monthly maps makes it possible to see how irradiance and associated PV system power output vary over time from region to region, often with unexpected results. For example, compare January and February solar resource availability on the eastern seaboard with the Gulf Coast.
Rural solar electrification is important to women around the world and to the entire world says workshop at WREF 2012.
For the first time at WREF2012, introduced, Ignite a type of presentation that limits the number of PowerPoint slides to twenty, and auto-advancing every 15 seconds, resulting in a 5-minute presentation. I noticed the sessions were hit-or-miss and I suspect that many of us were out of our comfort zone and reacted in asymmetric ways to the [...]
Learn from panelists at WREF 2012 how 5 cities have put the Solarize program to work.
Renewable energy advocates Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri , Dr. Dan Arvizu, Senator Michael Bennet, Governor Hickenlooper and more speak on the first day of WREF 2012.
If you are frustrated by federal gridlock and looking for action, these people are talking to you.