World-record prototype based on advanced Q.ANTUM cell technology in a standard-sized multicrystalline solar module Independent Fraunhofer ISE CalLab confirms module efficiency rating of 19.5% and output of 301 watts Renowned scientific journal "Progress in Photovoltaics" published the module record in its widely referenced Efficiency Tables in June 2016
New Installed Energy Storage Systems for Renewable Energy Integration Capacity Is Expected to Total 45.1 GW from 2015 to 2025, According to Navigant Research
The growth of variable generation causes significant shifts in the global electric power industry, report finds
Intersolar - SolarEdge Presents Commercial PV Solution and Expanded Smart Energy Management Portfolio at Intersolar
SolarEdge's HD-Wave Inverter Technology is an Intersolar Award Finalist
First Solar will present its new Module on 22 June 2016 at Intersolar at 5pm at booth 158 in Hall A1.
From DW.com: Spanish renewable energy group Gamesa has agreed combine its wind power business with those of Germany's Siemens in a deal that will create one of the world's largest makers of wind turbines. In a note to the Spanish stock market regulator on Friday, Gamesa said it had reached the necessary "corporate approval for the potential integration of Siemens' wind business," with the final terms of the deal still needing to be agreed upon. The announcement followed months of negotiations between the two companies and it comes as demand for wind power surges as countries develop more renewable energy to comply with emissions cut targets. Although no price tag has so far been put to the merger, financial news agency Bloomberg reported that Siemens would pay around one billion dollars (890 million euros) to Gamesa as part of the operation. The German engineering group would hold a majority stake of 59 percent of the new wind venture, Bloomberg said, citing people familiar with the matter. Gamesa's biggest shareholder, Spain's biggest power company Iberdrola, would have a 20 percent stake in the new firm, according to Spanish media reports. Cont'd...
812-kilowatt system with nearly 2,500 solar panels
Plug and Play PV will help to dramatically reduce the installed cost of residential solar
IPL Announces Commercial Operation of Battery-Based Energy Storage Array During White House Summit on Renewable Energy and Storage
Recognized as leader for innovation in the use of solar energy and battery technologies
Merged company will maintain its strong presence in current markets
Black & Veatch Completes an Independent Assessment of ViZn Energy's Z20 and GS200 Redox Flow Energy Storage Systems
Black & Veatch gives glowing report on ViZn Energy Systems
With Skilled Volunteers and a High-Performing Kyocera Solar Array, Fallbrook Seventh-day Adventist Church Slashes Energy Costs
The 30kW grid-tie system uses 126 Kyocera solar modules and is currently supplying more power to the grid than the church consumes.
This year's edition of BNEF's long-term forecast sees $11.4 trillion investment in global power generation capacity over 25 years, with electric vehicles boosting electricity demand by 8% in 2040.
"EES is the world's leading trade show for batteries and energy storage systems," said Mr. George Pan, Chief Executive Officer at Highpower International. "Highpower's participation will increase our exposure to participants from various countries around the world, and provides us the opportunity to display our advanced battery products and portable power stations.
PlugShare Partners To Launch Program To Provide Free EV Charging Stations Plus Installation To Eligible California Drivers
Drive Solar solves one of the most significant post-purchase inconveniences of driving an EV: installing a residential charging station.
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