Richard Martin for MIT Technology Review: Attempting to harness the power of distributed rooftop solar installations to make its grid more flexible and reliable, New York utility Consolidated Edison is launching a pilot program this summer to link dozens of small solar arrays into a single, software-connected power plant. The utility is working with solar power developer SunPower and energy storage company Sunverge to create a “virtual power plant”—a network of distributed assets that functions as a unified resource on the grid. The project will include 300 homes with a combined total of 1.8 megawatts of solar capacity and batteries that can store up to four megawatt-hours of electricity, enough to run 300 average U.S. households for about 10 hours. Cont'd...
Top international journalist to share global energy perspectives at largest power generation event of its kind in Europe
OPDE completes the construction of three new community solar farms in United Kingdom with a total capacity of 15 MW
The projects built by the multinational represent the community element of the split site built in the last quarter of 2016 and are located in Kent, Nottinghamshire and Somerset and have a capacity of 5 MW each.
Today Solmetric announced that the SunEye-210 is again available for purchase.
Global wind employment grew 5% last year to reach 1.1M
Optimized Solution Speeds Integration, Pairs Seamlessly with New Sunny Central Inverter Line
Solar energy provider shows its off-grid power system sun2go xl at the Island Living Show
Baker Electric Solar designed and installed a 59.89 kW solar system for Full Swing™ Golf. The installation of 226 Kyocera 265W solar modules will produce roughly 80 percent of the company's annual electricity needs and save the company more than $20,000 on its energy costs the first year.
Owners go solar at home & office to show company commitment to sustainability in San Antonio.
The broad range of wind energy project sizes and locations in Egypt demonstrates the increasing importance of the country as a renewable energy producer, supplier, modular manufacturer, skills trainer and investment opportunity.
Since they have to be lit up at night, the advantages of using independent solar modules and inbuilt battery have many advantages.
Expected to generate 25 percent of the headquarters' total electricity demand, the system is anticipated to be the largest corporate office on-site solar installation among non-utility companies in the state of Texas.
Intersolar Europe: Hanwha Q CELLS to Present Full Range of PV Solutions Based on Proprietary and Matured Q.ANTUM Technology
- At booth A1 270 Hanwha Q CELLS showcases full PV portfolio for high-end performance and quality - Q.ANTUM technology matured with more than 330 million solar cells produced since 2012, equaling 1.5GW - Q CELLS receives "Top Brand PV" seal from EuPD Research for the third year in a row for Europe and for the first time for the USA and Australia
SolarMax Technology Goes to U.S. Market with Industry's First All-in-One, Fully Integrated Energy Storage System
While some of the industry's largest solar companies have generated years of buzz over the promise of battery back-up power for the home, SolarMax Technology has become the first to develop and deliver an integrated, all-in-one-solution - all under one roof. The groundbreaking FLEX™ energy storage system hits the U.S. market this month.
Celebrates global market leadership in monitoring systems for utility-scale PV segment
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