Panasonic Set to Introduce Larger Photovoltaic Module HIT® Product Range in North America

- Panasonic HIT® product is an industry-leading, high efficiency photovoltaic solution for roofs, applicable to a variety of specifications - Complete photovoltaic module HIT® product range available in North America beginning January 2016. - Solar panels HIT® were introduced to the U.S. market in 2002 under the Sanyo brand.

Hanwha Q CELLS Sells UK Solar Power Plant Portfolio of 53.3 MWp to NextEnergy Solar Fund

Portfolio comprised of Fenland (20.4MWp), Green End (24.8MWp) and Tower Hill (8.1MWp) Value of transaction is GBP 61.7 million plus working capital Long-term, fully-amortising project financing of GBP 46.5 million in place

The Solar Industry Commends President Obama's #SOTU Commitment to Clean Energy

Following is a statement from Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), in response to President Obama's State of the Union Address:

Clenergy secures order for 3.8MW commercial UK rooftop project

Clenergy recently completed an order for a 3.8MW rooftop PV project in Shropshire, U.K., utilizing the Clenergy Trapezoidal commercial roof mounting system.

These Creative Wind Turbines Will Have You Rethinking What You Know About Wind Power

By Alison Gillespie for SMITHSONIAN.COM: Although a lot of people are excited about wind energy, few are excited about the pinwheel-shaped machines that often produce it. Branded as noisy, blamed for spoiling bucolic views and proven deadly to some bats and migrating birds, the giant, white-bladed horizontal axis wind turbines that now dot the landscape of the American West have earned a fair number of detractors—even among environmentalists who generally favor renewable power. But what if you turned the idea sideways, and created a turbine that could spin like a carousel? And what if you made a turbine small enough to sit on top of a building or inside an urban park? Could the result produce enough power to really matter? The idea isn’t a new one—people have been playing with windmill designs and experimenting with alternatives to the horizontal axis turbine for almost a century now. But in the last two decades, a flurry of interest in expanding renewable energy in cities has attracted the attention of a large number of inventors and artists, many of whom see the vertical axis wind turbine as promising. There is no single design for these upended wind catchers, but all share one key aspect: the blades turn around an axis that points skyward. And unlike their horizontal brethren, the components and associated generators of a vertical turbine are placed at its base, giving it a lower center of gravity. Most are also relatively small, and unlike horizontal units, they can be grouped very closely together to optimize efficiency.   Cont'd...

SolarUS to Highlight Thermal Systems Using a Petroleum-free Heat Transfer Fluid Developed with DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products at AHR Expo

Bio-based, sustainable heat transfer fluids demonstrate advanced performance in thermal systems

Laufer Wind's Radar-Activated Obstruction Lighting System for Wind Turbines and Tall Towers Meets FAA Performance Standards-Follows Extensive Testing

Aircraft Detection System mitigates the visual impact of tall structures' blinking lights on neighbors-also beneficial to migratory wildlife

Schneider Electric Selects AlsoEnergy as Preferred Monitoring Provider for Conext CL Series Power Inverters

Schneider Electric™, a global leader in solutions for the solar power conversion chain, has designated AlsoEnergy as the preferred monitoring provider to pair with their Conext™ CL series of three-phase string inverters.

SUNRUN LAUNCHES MYSUNRUN GIVING HOMEOWNERS MORE TOOLS TO ENGAGE WITH THEIR HOME SOLAR SYSTEM

Leading Residential Solar Company Unveils Interactive Customer Tool; Continues Focus on Building Technology That Simplifies Home Solar

CG to power offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea

• CG equipment will maintain overall security of electricity supply • Further recognition of CG's strong position in the offshore industry • Kriegers Flak wind farm will provide renewable energy to 600,000 households in Denmark, Sweden and Germany

Virte Solar and MiaSol Enter Sales Representative Agreement

Virte Solar in Finland has entered into a representation agreement with Miasol. In 2016, Virte Solar will represent Miasol in the Scandinavia market.

Accomplishments of the Solar Industry in 2015

A thank-you letter to SEIA members summarizing some of the accomplishments of 2015

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary - Feb, Mar, April & May 2016

Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

104 MW (dc) of Array Technologies Trackers Now Operational in Utah

Utah Red Hills Renewable Park doubles state's operating solar capacity

SolarEdge's StorEdge™ Solution is Now Internationally Available

Initial StorEdge™ installations completed at end of 2015

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