Black & Veatch report: Low prices, security concerns has natural gas industry looking inward

Emerging global markets, liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, and increased coal plant retirements represent growing opportunities for the natural gas industry even as low prices hinder capital investments.

DJI launches aerial zoom camera to unlock industrial applications

The Zenmuse Z30 seamlessly integrates with DJI’s Matrice airframes.

Ideal Power announces fabrication of first Double-Sided B-TRAN power semiconductor devices

Ideal Power Inc., a developer of innovative power conversion technologies, says its semiconductor foundry partner has successfully completed the fabrication of prototypes of Ideal Power’s Bi-Directional Bi-Polar Junction TRANsistor (B-TRAN).

Asia-Pacific will drive global distribution transformers market beyond $16.6 billion by 2020, says GlobalData

The global distribution-transformers market is set to rise from $13.74 billion in 2015 to $16.67 billion by 2020, at a compound annual growth rate of 5%, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.

Batteries and tax credits

The Internal Revenue Service has issued three private letter rulings confirming that a 30% investment tax credit can be claimed on batteries that are installed as part of renewable energy projects.

Torque calibration rig for bolting tools combines safety and accuracy

As part of the Premier range, the enclosure incorporates Norbar torque measurement equipment, an interlocked safety canopy, a heavy duty and robust modular frame, lockable pump cupboard and safety interlocks to ensure operator well-being during use.

Huge potential new demand for power, says Chadbourne staff

Community choice aggregators (CCAs) could displace as much as 20% to 40% of electricity load in California. They are a new kind of off-taker of renewable power. Demand for power.

Are we understating the potential for (and uncertainty in) wind energy cost reductions?

Are we understating the potential for (and uncertainty in) wind energy cost reductions?

Poseidon Systems introduces Trident sensor product line China’s wind power market

The three sensor products include the Trident QW3100, the Trident DM4500, and the Trident AP2200.

Negotiating a corporate PPA

As it becomes harder to find utilities willing to enter into long-term contracts to buy electricity, renewable energy developers have been signing power purchase agreements or PPAs to sell electricity directly to large corporations.