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Market Research Report on Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System market 2016 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System worldwide. First of all,"Global Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System Market 2016" report provides a basic overview of the Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System industry including definitions, classifications, applications and Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System industry chain structure. The analysis is provided for the Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System international market including development history, Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System industry competitive landscape analysis.  This report "Worldwide Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System Market 2016" also states import/export, supply and consumption figures and Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System market cost, price, revenue and Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System market's gross margin by regions (United States, EU, China and Japan), as well as other regions can be added in Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System Market area. Major Manufacturers are covered in this research report are Acumentrics Ensol Systems Energy Solution International Evergreen Energy Technologies SFC Energy Timber Line Electric and Control Tycon Power Systems UPS Systems This report studies Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with sales, price, revenue and market share. Then, the report focuses on worldwide Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System market key players with information such as company profiles with product picture as well as specification. Related information to Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System market- capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Aslo includes Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System industry's - Upstream raw materials, equipment and downstream consumers analysis is also carried out. What’s more, the Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System market development trends and Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System industry marketing channels are analyzed. Finally, "Worldwide Off-Grid Remote Sensing Power System Market" Analysis- feasibility of new investment projects is assessed, and overall research conclusions are offered.


Notes: Production, means the output of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Revenue, means the sales value of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System This report studies Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2011 to 2015, and forecast to 2021. This report focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering Acumentrics Ensol Systems HES SFC Energy Tycon Systems Victron Energy Evergreen Energy Technologies Timber Line Electric and Control UPS Systems plc By types, the market can be split into Type I Type II Type III Would like to place an order @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/checkout?currency=one_user-USD&report_id=726995 By Application, the market can be split into Oil and gas industry Weather monitoring stations Wind power industry By Regions, this report covers (we can add the regions/countries as you want) United States EU Japan China India Southeast Asia Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Market Professional Survey Report 2016 1 Industry Overview of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 1.1 Definition and Specifications of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 1.1.1 Definition of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 1.1.2 Specifications of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 1.2 Classification of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 1.2.1 Type I 1.2.2 Type II 1.2.3 Type III 1.3 Applications of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 1.3.1 Oil and gas industry 1.3.2 Weather monitoring stations 1.3.3 Wind power industry 1.4 Market Segment by Regions 1.4.1 United States 1.4.2 EU 1.4.3 Japan 1.4.4 China 1.4.5 India 1.4.6 Southeast Asia 2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 2.1 Raw Material and Suppliers 2.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 2.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 2.4 Industry Chain Structure of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 3 Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System 3.1 Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Major Manufacturers in 2015 3.2 Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Major Manufacturers in 2015 3.3 R&D Status and Technology Source of Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Major Manufacturers in 2015 3.4 Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Major Manufacturers in 2015 4 Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Overall Market Overview 4.1 2011-2016E Overall Market Analysis 4.2 Capacity Analysis 4.2.1 2011-2016E Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis 4.2.2 2015 Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Capacity Analysis (Company Segment) 4.3 Sales Analysis 4.3.1 2011-2016E Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Sales and Growth Rate Analysis 4.3.2 2015 Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Sales Analysis (Company Segment) 4.4 Sales Price Analysis 4.4.1 2011-2016E Global Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Sales Price 4.4.2 2015 Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment) 6 Global 2011-2016E Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Segment Market Analysis (by Type) 6.1 Global 2011-2016E Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Sales by Type 6.2 Different Types of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Product Interview Price Analysis 6.3 Different Types of Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Product Driving Factors Analysis 6.3.1 Type I Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Growth Driving Factor Analysis 6.3.2 Type II Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Growth Driving Factor Analysis 6.3.3 Type III Off-grid Remote Sensing Power System Growth Driving Factor Analysis


Sherman T.,Evergreen Energy
GPA Annual Convention Proceedings | Year: 2010

A discussion on shale gas covers potential gas resources; natural gas resource distribution; gas reserve overview; 2010 production growth; shale plays; shale characteristics; technological development; drilling history and rig counts; emerging pays with high BTU content; us production expected changes; total potential recoverable resources; and shale play characteristics. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 89th Annual Convention of the Gas Processors Association (Austin, TX 3/21-24/2010).


Marrero S.M.,University of Edinburgh | Marrero S.M.,New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology | Phillips F.M.,New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology | Borchers B.,New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology | And 4 more authors.
Quaternary Geochronology | Year: 2016

As cosmogenic nuclide applications continue to expand, the need for a common basis for calculation becomes increasingly important. In order to accurately compare between results from different nuclides, a single method of calculation is necessary. Calculators exist in numerous forms with none matching the needs of the CRONUS-Earth project to provide a simple and consistent method to interpret data from most commonly used cosmogenic nuclides. A new program written for this purpose, CRONUScalc, is presented here. This unified code presents a method applicable to 10Be, 26Al, 36Cl, 3He, and 14C, with 21Ne in testing. The base code predicts the concentration of a sample at a particular depth for a particular time in the past, which can be used for many applications. The multi-purpose code already includes functions for performing production rate calibrations as well as calculating erosion rates and surface exposure ages for single samples and depth profiles. The code is available under the GNU General Public License agreement and can be downloaded and modified to deal with specific atypical scenarios. © 2015 Elsevier B.V.


Braziel E.R.,Evergreen Energy
GPA Annual Convention Proceedings | Year: 2011

A discussion covers the effect of unconventional gas on natural gas production, supply, technology learning, and shale development; impact of North America shale; Marcellus and shale production growth; production projections; international natural gas price relationships; and impact of global shale. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 90th Annual Convention of the GPA (San Antonio, TX 4/3-6/2011).


Patent
Evergreen Energy | Date: 2011-02-23

Carbonaceous materials are thermally upgraded in a pressurized steam environment to remove moisture and other byproducts. A variety of water/solid separation devices may be employed in a process vessel to maximize moisture removal from the upgraded charge. Heating media inlet nozzles and process chamber vents are strategically positioned at the process vessel wall to minimize short circuiting of heating media to vessel outlet vents and to continuously separate hot water removed from the charge and condensed steam, such that the upgraded material removed from the process vessel is not discharged with accompanying free moisture. After upgrading, the charge may be rehydrated to improve its stability during shipping and storage.


Methods and apparatus are arranged to increase thermal efficiency, reduce waste water treatment, reduce net usage of fresh water, and improve operational reliability during direct hydrothermal upgrading of carbonaceous materials, including low-rank coals. Drain water collected from the hydrothermal upgrading system is passed through a reboiler system to generate steam which can be returned to the hydrothermal processor system for use therein.


News Article | December 12, 2007
Site: www.zdnet.com

One of the toughest things about being a technology VAR or reseller is finding a way to "productize" your intellectual property. Otherwise, your tech guys find themselves building custom solutions for virtually every customer. Not so for Enterprise Information Management (EIM), a small IBM Business Partner that has struck green with a new offering called GreenCert. Based on IBM's Websphere portal software technology, GreenCert is being positioned as a way to automate the collection and documentation of corporate greenhouse gas management efforts. The data can be turned into Certified Carbon Emissions Reduction Credits that in turn can be used on the global greenhouse gas reduction trading market. Which, in turn, could turn a company's green efforts into a potential revenue source. GreenCert was actually created through a collaboration of EIM and two related companies called Evergreen Energy and C-Lock Technology, which provides the patent-pending technology that crunches all the numbers to produce the greenhouse numbers. Other software driving the application include all sorts of stuff from IBM: Websphere Portal, Lotus Forms, DB2 Universal Database, DB2 Content Manager and DB2 Records Manager. The GreenCert product will actually be sold by C-Lock, starting in the first half of next year. The companies haven't released any sort of pricing yet. (But you could imagine from the software involved, that the pricetag will be rather dear.) In theory, you can find a trial beta at the C-Lock Web site but I wasn't able to locate it this morning. Target deployment locations for GreenCert include power plants, cement factories, steel factories and even commercial buildings. It can be customized for the industry that intends to use it.


News Article | December 12, 2007
Site: gigaom.com

IBM today released greenhouse gas emissions-metering software called GreenCert. Made in collaboration with Enterprise Information Management Inc. and Evergreen Energy Inc., GreenCert takes data from a variety of emissions-monitoring sources and synthesizes it into Certified Carbon Emissions Reduction Credits (CCERC) that can be sold on the open carbon market. CCERCs are valued between $3 and $8 per metric ton, according to Big Blue. Developed on IBM Websphere Portal-based software by Evergreen subsidiary C-Locks Technology, GreenCert can be deployed across a variety of industries, from data centers to cement factories to office buildings. The release follows IBM’s announcement last month that it would issue “energy efficiency certificates” to customers that reduce the energy consumption of their data centers. “This GreenCert announcement goes beyond the data center,” Tim Kounadis, director of worldwide channels and small and medium business at IBM, told Earth2Tech today. Issuing CCERCs instead of energy efficiency credits is a complimentary move, Kounadis said. “It’s about putting the data center in the context of the greater carbon footprint.” There is currently no market for energy efficiency credits, but GreenCert could provide industries with a new revenue source by allowing companies to monitor and verify their own CCERCs. The World Bank values the global carbon market at $30 billion. Monitoring tools and metrics have been an obstacle for the carbon market. GreenCert could provide an accessible tool to provide reliable, automated information on emissions. GreenCert will be available from C-Lock in the first half of 2008. A trial beta is available from C-Lock now; pricing will be disclosed when the software is launched. Update: The Wall Street Journal reported today that New York Mercantile Exchange parent Nymex Holdings Inc. is planning on launching a carbon trading exchange. Scheduled to start next quarter, the “Green Exchange” will compete with the Chicago Climate Exchange as a major carbon trading market. This bodes well for IBM’s GreenCert program by creating more venues for companies to “store” and trade carbon credits.

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