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PROINSO reaches 62.3MW in PV products supplied to 137 projects in India

PROINSO reaches 62.3MW in PV products supplied to 137 projects in India











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(PRWEB) September 13, 2013

PROINSO, leading supplier of solar PV products, supplied a total 27.1MW of PV products in India from January to August 2013. The multinational has delivered a total 62.3MW to 137 solar PV projects since it started operating in the country. Most of these projects are in the southern part (16.2MW) and in the western part (45.5MW) of India, as shown in the map.

PROINSO has bet strongly on the Indian market, opening a branch of its own in Mumbai last year. In India, the company has 109 Qualified Installers in its International Network and holds a commercial agreement with inverter maker SMA.

India is a country of strategic interest to PROINSO, since it is the largest renewable energy market in South Asia and is expected to grow even more in the region. The country expects to have over 20,000MW installed by 2022.

As part of the interest in strengthening its presence in the Indian solar PV market, the multinational company will attend Renewable Energy India from 12 to 14 September. The event, the leading renewable energy show in India, will be staged at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida.

At stand 2.77, PROINSO will show to the expected 11,000 trade visitors its PV-DIESEL hybrid systems, containing PV modules from leading brands, three-phase or central inverters from SMA, fuel save controllers also from SMA and structures by MECASOLAR.

Hybrid systems are becoming increasingly popular in emerging countries that lack power distribution grids and are used to generating electricity with combustion engines.

Among their many advantages, these systems reduce fuel consumption, which means they are cost-effective and help reduce CO2 emissions. PROINSO’S PV-DIESEL hybrid systems use up to 20% less diesel, depending on the solar radiation in the area and the daily use of the engine.























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Sep
16

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Sep
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Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Processes, Second Edition

Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Processes, Second Edition

We are hearing a LOT about renewable energy these days! But unlike most available resources on alternative energy that focus on politics and economic impacts, da Rosa's practical guide, Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Processes, is dedicated to explaining the scientific and technological principles and processes that enable energy production from safe, renewable, clean sources.

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Nuclear Licensing and Regulatory Compliance Expert Mike O?Keefe Joins Certrec?s Office of Licensing and Compliance Team

Nuclear Licensing and Regulatory Compliance Expert Mike O’Keefe Joins Certrec’s Office of Licensing and Compliance Team











Mike O’Keefe, Senior Project Manager


Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) September 12, 2013

Certrec, a leading licensing and regulatory compliance service provider that supports NRC and NERC compliance, announced today that Mike O’Keefe, a noted nuclear engineering, operations, and regulatory compliance expert has joined its Office of Licensing and Compliance team as Senior Project Manager.

“We are excited to have Mike O’Keefe join the Certrec team,” says Ted Enos, President of Certrec. “Mike is known throughout the nuclear community for his broad industry knowledge, operational and compliance experience, and leadership skills. He joins us at a critical time in the nuclear industry when many generators are juggling lower-cost energy sources, falling demand, safety retrofit expenses, and rising operating costs – coupled with the risk of early retirement.”

“These issues can affect a plant’s licensing,” continues Enos. “As the former chairman of Regional Utility Group One (RUG I), an association of eighteen nuclear facilities, Mike’s ability to establish an open and honest dialogue with regulators ensured an accurate understanding of operator issues and compliance requirements.”

Mike served as NextEra Energy’s Seabrook Station Licensing Manager from 2006 to 2013. As Licensing Manager, Mike was responsible for ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and local regulatory requirements associated with operating the power plant. Leveraging technology and web services, he significantly increased Licensing efficiency – especially in the areas of inspection management.

In years prior, he served as Senior Reactor Operator – rising to Supervisor of Seabrook’s Safety Engineering and Operating Experience Review Program. As Licensing Engineer, Michael was instrumental in developing many of Seabrook’s License Amendment Requests.

“Certrec is doing things in the industry that few can match,” says O’Keefe. “In my 8 year relationship with Ted Enos, Al Haeger, Tom Houghton, Jim Peschel, Mark Reidmeyer and others, I’ve been impressed with Certrec’s people, professionalism, and support of the nuclear industry. Their multi-year participation in RUG I resulted in improved communication with the NRC and greater sharing of operating experience information.”

“I am excited to be a part of this solid company,” says O’Keefe, “as I predict the industry continues to face challenges presented by low natural gas prices and increased regulation and will need the support that Certrec can provide.”

Founded in 1988, Certrec is an engineering and technology based organization providing regulatory support services in the electric power industry. With over 600 cumulative years of direct industry experience (including nuclear, fossil, and renewables), Certrec has developed exceptional capabilities to support regulatory activities emanating from regulatory entities such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) , North American Electric Reliability Corporation and Regional Entities (NERC) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and others regulatory agencies. Certrec’s Office of Licensing and Compliance (OLC), Office of Assessment and Recovery (OAR), Office of NERC Compliance (ONC), and Office of New Plant (ONP) services are used by utilities and entities across the United States to help manage the regulatory process to their advantage.

Certrec offers support from highly skilled and experienced industry professionals including degrees in a variety of engineering disciplines (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Nuclear). Additionally Certrec’s staff has multiple degreed personnel in physics, communications, a variety of MBAs, and information technology. This highly skilled team of personnel has direct working experience in all regulatory areas of licensing, compliance, and engineering including nuclear, fossil, and renewable generation and transmission.

For over 25 years, Certrec has been utilizing its hundreds of years of industry experience to help clients develop and manage solutions to complex regulatory issues. Combining this direct industry experience with Certrec’s Information Technology assets has led to development of technology-based solutions and tools directly targeted to the electric power industry and specifically focused on helping clients manage regulatory issues.























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Sep
15

Need for Energy Optimization Drives the Global Industrial Thermal Insulation Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

Need for Energy Optimization Drives the Global Industrial Thermal Insulation Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.











San Jose, California (PRWEB) September 12, 2013

Follow us on LinkedIn – Growth in the global industrial thermal insulation market is primarily driven by increasing energy costs and declining energy resources necessitating an urgent need for energy optimization by industries. Another key factor driving market growth is product innovation led by continued technological advancements. Innovative insulation products developed to satisfy the ever-changing preferences of customers are expected to sustain demand growth over the long term. Thermal insulation research is currently focused on developing nanotechnology based materials that can offer enhanced energy efficiency.

Strong GDP in emerging economies of Asia-Pacific and Latin America will help sustain growth in the global market while developed economies face yet another round of economic uncertainty. Furthermore, several insulation manufacturers from the developed countries are moving production to low cost destinations such as China, India, Indonesia and Brazil, among others, to leverage the advantage of cheap manpower and input supply as well as close proximity to a market base with huge potential.

Another key driver for future growth includes stringent insulation legislations against a backdrop of rising concerns related to the long term impact of greenhouse gases on the ecosystem from increasing energy consumption by industries. Thermal insulation that minimizes heat loss from boilers, ovens, tanks, pipes, vessels and other equipment will enable companies to adhere to the strict environmental regulations being formulated by regulatory authorities worldwide.

Rising significance of foam as a cost-effective and efficient alternative to conventional insulation materials such as Mineral Wool and others is emerging as a key growth driver for the market. Recycled materials are increasingly used in the production of insulation materials especially in developed economies such as the US, the UK, Germany, Canada, and Japan. With increasing awareness about environmental issues, usage of eco-friendly insulation products derived from renewable plant or animal sources is gaining prominence. Natural insulation materials including cellulose, soy-based foam and recycled cotton feature lower embodied energy as compared to traditional insulation products.

Robust power generation activity across the world is expected to fuel demand for thermal insulation in the next few years. Insulation finds extensive application in not just conventional power generation plants but also in alternative energy plants such as nuclear and solar power. Driven by high growth end-use sectors such as oil & gas, power generation, automotive and aerospace and defense, High Temperature Insulation (HTI) systems are expected to witness significant growth going forwards. Another breakthrough technology is Microporous insulation, which is gaining increased acceptance due to its unique ability to save energy and maximize operating efficiencies through its resistance to all known heat transfer modes.

As stated by the new market research report on Industrial Thermal Insulation, the United States represents the largest market worldwide, followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific is forecast to spearhead growth with the fastest CAGR of 6.2% over the analysis period. Growing GDP, rapid pace of industrialization and ballooning production and industrial bases represent key factors driving growth in the region.

Key players covered in the report include Armacell, BASF Polyurethanes GmbH, Cabot Corporation, CECA, Cellofoam North America Inc., Chongqing Polycomp International Corp., ContiTech AG, DBW Advanced Fiber Technologies GmbH, Flachshaus GmbH, Flumroc AG, G+H Isolierung GmbH, Glava A/S, Huntsman Corporation, Industrial Insulation Group LLC, Isolatek International Inc., Knauf Insulation Ltd., L’ISOLANTE K-FLEX, Microtherm N.V., Morgan Thermal Ceramics, Owens Corning, Paroc Oy AB, Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, Porextherm Dämmstoffe GmbH, PPG Industries, Rockwool International A/S, Saint-Gobain, Sebald Isosysteme, StyroChem International, The Dow Chemical Company, Unifrax LLC and Uralita Group, among others.

The research report titled “Industrial Thermal Insulation: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of the market, industry overview, trends, growth drivers, latest product launches and recent industry activity. The report provides market estimates and projections in US$ for material types including Fibrous, Cellular and Others. Geographic markets analyzed in the report include the US, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific), The Middle East and Latin America (Brazil and Rest of Latin America).

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14

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Green Illusions: The Dirty Secrets of Clean Energy and the Future of Environmentalism (Our Sustainable Future)

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Green Deal Partnership with Online Asset Partners and Green Deal Company

Green Deal Partnership with Online Asset Partners and Green Deal Company











Green Deal Scheme

Auckland, New Zealand (PRWEB UK) 12 September 2013

On-line Asset Partners, a forerunner of on-line marketing solutions in New Zealand and Australia is proud to announce a confirmed on going agreement with Green Deal Company Uk. Online Asset Partners will be working with the UK Government initiative ‘Green Deal’ to improve energy efficiency for homes and business owners. The key focus is to promote the Green Deal suite of carbon reducing initiatives including Affordable Warmth and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Online Asset Partners is contracted to improve the Green Deal Company’s UK on-line exposure and maintain solid growth in a rapidly changing and competitive space. With the help of Online Asset Partner’s strategies, The Green Deal Company UK expects significant growth of their online footprint and market share.

With a decade of experience in online business strategies, Online Asset partners has built a number of bespoke solutions that have resulted in multi-million dollar growth returns for many of their clients. Their core strategies include social media marketing, pay per click, email marketing, website builds and social media, but the real USP that set them apart is their advanced analytics and business strategy tools and IP. When asked the Global business development manager, Mal Jack, said “We expect a spectacular results for the Green Deal Company Uk website, (http://www.greendealcompanyuk.co.uk/) and http://www.affordablewarmthgrants.co.uk/ we look forward to growing their online footprint in this competitive space. We have successfully taken another of the Green Deal initiatives, ‘Affordable Warmth’ to the top of the UK rankings with and we look forward to similar results with the Green Deal Company.

Internet marketing strategies applied by Online Asset Partners are based on an exhaustive research programme before commencement of any work. Mal Jack went on to say “Many businesses have had poor online experiences. When you consider everything is fully measurable and you can be accountable for every dollar spent, it is time to realise that the agency smoke and mirror relationships are no longer applicable. A transparent relationship is what you should expect from your online partner. Our philosophy of de-risking investment through careful research and planning has made us a world leader in this space”























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The Future of Renewable Energy – VideoInfographs.com

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