SolarCity to Work with Whole Foods Market to Install Solar Power Systems Across the U.S.

The plan aims to increase the production of solar power and offset some need for traditional grid power while helping Whole Foods Market (WFM) save money.

Array Technologies Commissions 45 MW Sandstone Solar Project

Project stakeholders celebrate interconnection of clean energy power facility in southern Arizona

The first 100% green project in Albania. First PV system combined with biomass.

On 1st March 2016, AEA-Albania Energy Association team implemented the first Photovoltaic System combined with biomass in Albania, Cerrik, at a children center managed by Caritas Albania "Balonat".

SolarWorld's mono-PERC bifacial modules on way to University of Richmond test bed

Array is first American commercial system using Bisun solar panels

Opportunities for women in wind power on the rise

As wind power ramps up, installing more new electricity generating capacity than other energy source last year, so are new opportunities for jobs and leadership positions for women in the U.S. wind energy industry.

Smart Energy Decisions Launched To Guide Energy Management Choices

Online information and resource center dedicated to helping executives at Fortune 1000 commercial and industrial companies

AMSC Announces $10 Million in D-VAR® System Orders in North America

• Company Sees Continued Strength in North American Renewable Energy Market • Extension of the PTC through 2019 Drives Demand for AMSC's D-VAR® STATCOM Product in the United States

NRG and NRG Yield Unveil New 20 MW Solar Facility in Southern California

New Solar Installation Helps California Move Closer to Clean Energy Goal

DC Solar and Chip Ganassi Racing Bring Solar Technology to the Pit Lane

Team to Unveil Solar-Powered Generator Unit

These Lego-Like Batteries Plug In To Store Solar Power At Home

Adele Peters for Co-Exist:  Less than a year after Tesla unveiled its Powerwall battery for storing electricity at home, a startup has designed a much cheaper alternative that you can plug in yourself, without an electrician. The modular batteries, called Orison, can be hung on the wall or set on the ground to double as an LED lamp. If you want more power, you just add the units together. "Think of Orison like Legos," says co-founder and CEO Eric Clifton. "The 2.2 kilowatt-hour unit is really just one piece, so you can actually add as many as you need." The 2.2 kilowatt-hour version is as large as the company could make one unit and keep it under 40 pounds, so it could be easily shipped and moved. With one unit, if your power went out in a storm, you could keep an energy-efficient refrigerator running for about two days. If you want to back up everything in your house, you'd connect a long series of batteries together. For someone with solar panels on the roof, the batteries can store power to use at night. Right now, most people can sell extra solar power back to the grid when they're not using it, but many state laws are about to change so people will make less money. Batteries can help solar homeowners save money by making use of the power they've generated.   Cont'd...

WINAICO's module passes non-uniform snow load test conducted by TÜV Rheinland

WINAICO's module passes 6000 Pa of non-uniform snow load test conducted by TÜV Rheinland to demonstrate WINAICO modules are capable of installing in landscape configuration in areas prone to heavy snow.

KACO new energy inverters power the largest solar park on the Virgin Islands.

At five megawatts, USVI Solar I is the largest photovoltaic system on the U.S. Virgin Islands. Installed on challenging terrain and under harsh weather conditions on Saint Thomas, the solar park received the 2015 "Ground-Mount Project of the Year Award". After all, the system covers ten percent of the island's energy needs. KACO new energy supplied the quintessential robust inverter technology.

AWS Truepower Releases 2015 Annual Wind Trends Bulletin with new Global Wind Performance Index

As every 1% change in mean wind speed typically causes a 1%-2% change in energy production, such deviations, or anomalies, can have an impact on the financial performance of wind projects, as well as on the mix of other energy resources such as coal and gas consumed in a region.

Solar-Log® Smart Meters Certified UL 2735

The Solar-Log® smart meter product family combines the market leading Solar-Log® photovoltaic monitoring technology with Aclara's popular residential I-210+ utility meter (formerly GE). The result is a plug and play socket meter for maximized solar PV plant performance and revenue grade metering for incentive reporting.

ETA Meets Demand to Host Solar Energy Training

Solar energy is the cleanest and most abundant renewable energy source available. Recognizing the need for qualified photovoltaic installers, ETA® International will host a hands-on solar panel training and certification workshop in May.

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