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Our First Trade Show — A Wrapup

August 3rd, 2020 | by Andrea Bertoli

On Wednesday, July 29, the CleanTechnica team ventured to where no cleantech news site has gone before — into the world of virtual trade shows!


Solar, Storage, & EV Charging: The Holy Trinity Of Home Energy Management At #SPI2019

October 9th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Solar Power International landed in Salt Lake City, Utah this year and CleanTechnica was on the ground meeting with the change makers, the disruptors, the doers, the movers, and the shakers. We've been diving into some of the companies we talked with, but having covered SPI for several years now, we wanted to highlight one of the newer arrivals at the show: electric vehicles


Smart Charging Is Better Than Dumb Charging, German EV Study Finds

August 28th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley

For the past 15 months, Netze BW, the utility grid operator in Germany's Baden-Württemberg region, has been studying the charging habits of electric car drivers in its service area. The data collected has been compiled to create a new report that allays many of the fears about charging lots of electric cars simultaneously


Ciel et Terre Turns To PPA For California’s Largest Floating Solar System

May 23rd, 2019 | by Charles W. Thurston

French floating solar specialist Ciel et Terre has begun installation of 1.78 megawatt floatovoltaic technology system at what it calls the largest floating solar system in California. To finance this project, the company has utilized a 25-year power purchase agreement for the first time, providing a lifetime savings of $4 million for the Town of Windsor


Did You Miss Our Hubject Webinar? A Recap Of The Plug&Charge/ISO15118 Discussion

May 19th, 2019 | by Sponsored Content

We hosted another webinar with Hubject to discuss ISO 15118 (aka, Plug&Charge). This advanced communication protocol paves the way for smart charging, bi-directional charging, inductive charging and enhancements needed for autonomous driving. There are also vehicle-to-grid opportunities as well as benefits for fleet management



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