On Tuesday morning at the WREF 2012, Bruce Oreck spoke about the semantics crisis in the energy world and called for a revised vocabulary to describe a new relationship with energy for the 21st century.
If you are interested in viewing the proceedings from WREF 2012, please visit wref2012.org/proceedings-2012.
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. This issue contains two maps: one generated using SolarAnywhere’s satellite time-series irradiance data, and the other using National Renewable Energy Laboratory Typical Meteorological Year (TMY3) data. Comparing these two maps highlights why TMY3 data are not recommended to predict short-term performance.
Driving on Sunshine is a reality for more and more folks across the country. Though EV deployment across the country is still in the early adopter phase, many people in the industry are extremely bullish about the number of EVs we will see on the roads in the coming years. By some estimates, the […]
This is a global security issue on a very human level, and we respond to what we see, not what we read.
At WREF 2012 Michael A. Law presented several recommendations for marketing professionals as they craft their message for green products.