With more than 3.7 GW installed, 2014 was the best year yet for utility-scale solar installations, besting the nearly 3.4 GW installed in 2013 by 10% and bringing the U.S. to a total of 10.6 GW of operating utility-scale solar capacity.
The total thickness of a single cell and separator is just 0.4 mm, which is approximately one tenth the thickness of conventional technology. Because it is so thin, The Printed Fuel Cell (™) achieves 5 kW/L, which is the highest level in the world.
Researchers link rising CO2 levels from fossil fuels to an upward trend in radiative forcing at two locations.
A filling station for hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicles in Berlin is just one of the latest additions to a network which is set to number 50 by the end of the year. This means Germany will be the first country with a basic hydrogen filling station network – one that will stretch from the North Sea to the Alps.
A 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA), the largest agreement in the industry to provide clean energy to a commercial end user.