Boston-Power Supplies Batteries for Residential Solar Storage

Boston-Power Supplies Batteries for Residential Solar Storage
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. and BEIJING, CHINA (PRWEB) April 29, 2015 Boston-Power Inc., an industry leading developer and manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries and energy storage technologies, today announced that it has entered into a 3-year exclusive supply agreement with BenQ Group company Darfon Electronics Corp, a leading global precision components company whose products include power inverters and ...

Solar Is Finally Coming into View with Worldwide Adoption

Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) April 07, 2015 Today’s worldwide active adoption of solar power means that it is finally beginning to have substantial impact on environmental sustainability, according to Dr. Harry Atwater in a recent radio interview, Caltech’s Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science. But, according to Atwater, it’s also time to learn ...

CA Wild Sheep Foundation says proposed Soda Mountain Solar Project will jeopardize wildlife populations

CA Wild Sheep Foundation says proposed Soda Mountain Solar Project will jeopardize wildlife populations
Millbrae, CA (PRWEB) February 05, 2015 Scientists and representatives of the California Wild Sheep Foundation say the proposed 4,300-acre Soda Mountain Solar Project in the Mojave Desert would likely add another nail in the coffin of the species if a critical migration corridor across Interstate 15 is blocked by the solar plant. See the recent ...

Solar Walk 3D Solar System Model Now Available On Android

(PRWEB) April 17, 2014 Vito Technology has announced the release of their award-winning solar system model Solar Walk for Android. The Android version includes everything one needs to understand about the celestial mechanics of the solar system in the best possible visualization with interactive control of time and position. Solar Walk 3D Solar System ...

Researcher Gets $1.2 Million to Develop System to Predict Solar Cycles

(PRWEB) September 10, 2014 Dr. Petrus Martens, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Georgia State University, has received a three-year, $ 1.2 million NASA Grand Challenge grant to develop a system to predict solar cycles and determine the long-term frequency of events such as solar flares, potentially more than a decade ...