Vulcan Energy Systems

Vulcan Energy Systems Vulcan Energy Systems (VES) is a full-service energy solutions company providing design, build, and engineering services and products. VES was founded in 2013 when Pasolus, LLC merged with MP Solar Investments, forming an integrated energy solutions company to serve the rapidly growing energy markets of the Southwest Border region.

With a focus on West Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Northern Mexico, VES is dedicated to developing projects and solutions that link customers with incentives, rebates and financing that promote energy savings while helping the public sectors of the U.S. and Mexico meet goals for clean, affordable energy.

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New NRDC Crowdfunding Campaign to Connect Schools to Solar Power
10/23/2013
New NRDC Crowdfunding Campaign to Connect Schools to Solar Power

New NRDC Crowdfunding Campaign to Connect Schools to Solar Power

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 23, 2013 - In a first-of-its kind melding of education, energy and environmentalism, the Natural Resources Defense Council has launched a crowdfunding campaign to support a new initiative to help schools purch

"This is a record performance in terms of thermal stability and a major advance for the field of thermophotovoltaics," s...
10/18/2013
Scientists develop heat-resistant materials that could vastly improve solar cell efficiency

"This is a record performance in terms of thermal stability and a major advance for the field of thermophotovoltaics," said Shanhui Fan, a professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University. Fan and his colleagues at the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign (Illinois) and North Carolina State University collaborated on the project. read more...http://bit.ly/1cBlQ2k

Stanford CA (SPX) Oct 18, 2013 - Scientists have created a heat-resistant thermal emitter that could significantly improve the efficiency of solar cells. The novel component is designed to convert heat from the sun into infrared li

The new normal is now. It's time to stop comparing today's levels of solar energy investment to the heady days of two or...
10/17/2013
Solar VC Funding: "The Fear Is Gone" For Investors

The new normal is now. It's time to stop comparing today's levels of solar energy investment to the heady days of two or three years ago, when $400-$500 million quarters were routine and money flowed freely to solar technology developers jostled for positioning. "We're not seeing anything over $200 million in the last 3-6 quarters," noted Mercom CEO Raj Prabhu. "This is where we are: the new normal."

Project funding and merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the solar energy sector reached record levels from July-September of this year, reflecting an improved outlook for solar demand, according to a new report from Mercom Capital Group.

"There's almost an unlimited amount of innovation, and we're seeing that through patents," says Joel Makower, executive ...
10/15/2013
Solar and wind innovation reflected in booming patents

"There's almost an unlimited amount of innovation, and we're seeing that through patents," says Joel Makower, executive editor of GreenBiz.com, which covers business sustainability efforts. He says technologies will continue to improve solar panels in the same way they have computers. Eventually, he says they'll be woven into textiles and "we'll be wearing them."

Innovation in solar, wind and other renewable power sources is booming worldwide, especially in China, and is now eclipsing that in fossil fuels. Number of renewable-energy patents has surged, study says.

"The next steps are to build more realistic models, such as larger quantum dots with their surfaces covered by organic l...
10/09/2013
Solar power's future brawl

"The next steps are to build more realistic models, such as larger quantum dots with their surfaces covered by organic ligands and simulate the processes that occur in actual solar cells,".

Scientists have turned to computer modeling to help decide which of two competing materials should get its day in the sun as the nanoscale energy-harvesting technology of future solar panels -- quantum dots or nanowires.

While major questions remain about the cost, the technology and the pace of adaptation of off-the-grid solar, it is sign...
09/30/2013
Hawaii Is Getting Closer To The Holy Grail Of Solar Power

While major questions remain about the cost, the technology and the pace of adaptation of off-the-grid solar, it is significant that there is a possible pathway forward.

HONOLULU - Major advances in battery storage technology, not to mention sharp cost reductions, could help light the way for Hawaii’s troubled solar industry. The path forward could, it seems increasingly plausible, involve do-it-yourself solar users disconnecting themselves from the power grid altog...

Universities, scientists, inventors, investors, engineers, and entrepreneurs are engaged in advancing storage technologi...
09/26/2013
Solar Power and Energy Storage: Pairing Technologies Vital to Our Future

Universities, scientists, inventors, investors, engineers, and entrepreneurs are engaged in advancing storage technologies that will revolutionize our world. An IMS Research report forecast that the market for storing power generated by solar will soar — from approximately $200 million in 2012 to $19 billion by 2017.

As the world’s electricity demand grows, it’s imperative that we cut polluting emissions. Solar electricity is meeting an increasingly-significant percentage of global energy demand. Smart, consistent long-term solar policies, such as the investment tax credit (ITC) and renewable portfol

Developing these solutions and more while wrestling with multiple value systems is the best way forward. As far as trans...
09/19/2013
The Future of Energy Infrastructure

Developing these solutions and more while wrestling with multiple value systems is the best way forward. As far as transmission lines go, under current federal laws, regional interstate compacts seem promising.

Transmission lines hold much of the same challenge and promise of the interstate highway system a century ago. The transmission network – the high voltage, long distance power lines that carry electricity from power facilities and into communities – is currently a patchwork system,

The government is on the move to maximize the usage of the solar potential in Texas with solar incentive programs to sup...
09/16/2013
Texas Has The Largest Solar Potential In The Country

The government is on the move to maximize the usage of the solar potential in Texas with solar incentive programs to support solar energy.

Via Solar Daily | Do you know that the sunshine that falls on Texas in a month contains more energy than all of the oil that has ever been pumped in the state can generate ...

Speaking of rain. What happens to solar panels when it’s cloudy or raining?Photovoltaic panels can use direct or indirec...
09/12/2013

Speaking of rain. What happens to solar panels when it’s cloudy or raining?
Photovoltaic panels can use direct or indirect sunlight to generate power, though they are most effective in direct sunlight. Solar panels will still work even when the light is reflected or partially blocked by clouds. Rain actually helps to keep your panels operating efficiently by washing away any dust or dirt. If you live in an area with a strong net metering policy, energy generated by your panels during sunny hours will offset energy that you use at night and other times when your system isn't operating at full capacity.

Home Energy Management Systems: Vendors, Technologies and Opportunities, 2013-2017: While the market is still in its inf...
09/03/2013
Home Energy Management Systems: Vendors, Technologies and Opportunities, 2013-2017 - GTM Research

Home Energy Management Systems: Vendors, Technologies and Opportunities, 2013-2017: While the market is still in its infancy, the top two leading home automation companies combined already have over 2 million customers paying monthly subscription fees of between $20 and $60, demonstrating the HEMS market’s remarkable potential.

The current Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) market is valued at $1.5 billion in 2013, and includes utility residential demand response (DR), connected home subscriptions, software services, and associated hardware. While the market is still in its infancy, the top two leading home automation c...

With disputes breaking out between utilities and builders of rooftop solar all over the country about net energy meterin...
08/29/2013
GTM Exclusive: The Solar Industry Establishes Net Metering Principles : Greentech Media

With disputes breaking out between utilities and builders of rooftop solar all over the country about net energy metering (NEM), the solar industry has issued guiding principles to make clear what it believes the basic components of NEM must be. GTM has obtained exclusive access to the just-released principles.

“The utilities’ long-term thinking seems a little shortsighted.”

Utility-scale systems installed in 2012 registered even lower prices, with prices for systems larger than 10,000 kW gene...
08/26/2013
Installed Price of Solar PV Systems in the US Continues to Decline at a Rapid Pace

Utility-scale systems installed in 2012 registered even lower prices, with prices for systems larger than 10,000 kW generally ranging from $2.50/W to $4.00/W.

Berkeley CA (SPX) Aug 21, 2013 - The installed price of solar photovoltaic (PV) power systems in the United States fell substantially in 2012 and through the first half of 2013, according to the latest edition of Tracking the Sun,

According to a recent report from Navigant Research, worldwide revenue from distributed solar power generation will reac...
08/12/2013
Distributed Solar Power Generation Will Reach $112 Billion In Annual Revenue By 2018

According to a recent report from Navigant Research, worldwide revenue from distributed solar power generation will reach $112 billion annually by 2018.

Boulder CO (SPX) Aug 07, 2013 - Driven by feed-in tariffs (FITs) and the commoditization of photovoltaic (PV) modules, along with innovative leasing programs for residential solar installations, distributed solar PV systems are ex

Recently, scientists discovered that disorder at the molecular level actually improves the polymers' performance. Now St...
08/11/2013
Disorder can improve the performance of plastic solar cells

Recently, scientists discovered that disorder at the molecular level actually improves the polymers' performance. Now Stanford University researchers have an explanation for this surprising result.

Stanford CA (SPX) Aug 08, 2013 - Scientists have spent decades trying to build flexible plastic solar cells efficient enough to compete with conventional cells made of silicon. To boost performance, research groups have tried creat

Lowering energy costs while increasing value with smart energy solutionsHOW: Solar (commercial, residential and public s...
08/05/2013

Lowering energy costs while increasing value with smart energy solutions
HOW: Solar (commercial, residential and public sector), LED lighting (lighting sales and system design for commercial, residential and public sector) and Energy Management Systems (EMS).

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08/05/2013

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500 W Overland Ave, Ste 250K
El Paso, TX
79901

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(915) 730-3813

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