ICCI: Turkey provides new investment opportunities

ICCI 2016 in Istanbul saw new investment opportunities for wind and solar in Turkey. Zenit Enerji is offering a financing package for rooftop solar as the first Turkish company. BayWa r.e. also plans to enter the Turkish market. A new wind licensing round will start in June.

Ideal Power Introduces New SunDial Solar PV String Inverter

First Commercial Solar PV String Inverter with Field Upgradable Port for Direct Integration of Energy Storage Targeting $6.9 Billion Inverter Market

BayWa r.e. Introduces Innovative r.e.Connect Partner Program for Installers

In creating an innovative program, BayWa r.e. worked directly with installers in its partner network to discover the biggest challenges in a solar installation company's daily operations. Popular benefits are co-op funds for marketing materials, support to join industry associations, restocking discounts, marketing assistance, business support and system financing.

High legal barriers in 10 states make it especially difficult to put solar panels on rooftops.

Julian Spector for CityLab:  A lot has been said already about the success of the states that are leading the adoption of solar energy. There’s plenty to celebrate, as solar installationssmash records and as the industry grows 12 times faster than the U.S. economy. At the same time, it’s important to recognize that many people live in places where the government is either not facilitating a solar market or is actively smothering it.

Solar obstructionism takes center stage in a report, aptly titled “Throwing Shade,” out Tuesday from Greer Ryan at the Center for Biological Diversity. The organization advocates for an energy system that’s clean, equitable, and wildlife friendly, so Ryan set out to rank the states based on how well their policies encourage rooftop solar panels. Then she analyzed the 10 worst-scoring states with the highest solar potential in order to better understand how the absence of state-level policies—or the presence of antagonistic ones—hampers the growth of solar markets.  Cont'd...

geoAMPS repeats as Central Ohio Corporate Caring Finalist

For the second consecutive year, geoAMPS, a renewable energy software provider, has been selected as a Finalist for the Corporate Caring Award in Central Ohio.

AMERICA'S MILLIONTH SOLAR INSTALLATION TO BE CELEBRATED IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Government leaders, solar industry, customers to gather for milestone event

AlsoEnergy Excels in 2015 Ranking of Solar Monitoring Providers

AlsoEnergy ranks #1 Among Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) for Solar Monitoring in the Americas; #5 ISV worldwide.

KACO new energy opens new subsidiary in Jordan.

KACO new energy is celebrating the opening of a new subsidiary in Jordan. The Neckarsulm-based inverter specialist thus continues on its international growth course. This new representation in Amman strengthens the company's regional presence and expands on the spectrum of services in the Middle East.

First quarter results: American wind power hits the ground running

U.S. industry starts construction on over 2 gigawatts

geoAMPS executive is Ernst and Young award regional finalist

Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, is a finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Award in the Ohio Valley Region.

Wind generation growth slowed in 2015 as wind speeds declined in key regions

EIA's most recent Short-Term Energy Outlook projects that wind generation will increase 16% in 2016, as significant capacity additions are expected to come online, adding another 6 GW, or 9%, to operating wind capacity in 2015.

FIU and FPL unveil one-of-a-kind solar research facility

Solar array powers the grid while research initiative will help further advance solar generation in Florida

Utility-Scale Solar Surpasses Wind in California for First Time in 2015 - Vaisala

High penetration of grid-connected utility solar increases market demand for accurate regional solar forecasting tools to manage energy scheduling and trading

PVinsights: Polysilicon surges as the stricter control on polysilicon smugglings enforced

Polysilicon price surges notably as Chinese authorities imposed stricter control over imports by reviewing foreign polysilicon sources. The demand in China has intensified as Chinese wafer makers are utilizing production at full and expanding capacities intensively. Hence, with the enforcement underway, Chinese polysilicon suppliers could further hike the price as buyers are trying to secure enough polysilicon. As affected by the price rally in China, Taiwanese and Korean polysilicon makers take this advantage to increase their price significantly.

National Trade Association for Community Solar Launched

CCSA is a business-led trade organization that works to expand access to clean, local, affordable energy nationwide through community solar. Community solar refers to local solar facilities shared by individual community members, who receive credits on their electricity bills for their portion of the power produced.

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