INTERSOLAR INDIA BOOKED OUT

The positive signs for the Indian solar industry are promising a particularly successful Intersolar India 2015

Whitehead & Associates, Inc. and MiaSol© Enter Sales Representative Agreement

Whitehead & Associates, Inc., a leading power and energy solutions and services company that provides a wide range of custom electrical applications, and MiaSol© have entered into a Sales Representative Agreement. Whitehead & Associates will sell MiaSol© FLEX modules in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina.

Solar Power Thrives In Chile, No Subsidies Needed

William Pentland, Contributor for Forbes:  In Chile’s most recent power auction, the bids from solar project developers came in at between $65 and $68 per megawatt hour (MWh) were considerably more competitive than bids made by coal plants, which were priced at $85 per MWh. Solar power projects were awarded the lion’s share of the 1,200 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electricity contracts sold. Chile boasts one of the world’s biggest solar resources. High electricity prices and strong demand from Chile’s mining industry have driven demand growth for solar, especially large scale commercial or utility projects. The total installed solar capacity in Chile increased from less than 4 MW in 2013 to more than 220 MW last year. Nearly 1 GW of solar is projected to be installed in Chile in 2015. Meanwhile, a total of about 8 GW of solar power projects have been approved for development in Chile. First Solar and SunEdison are two of the biggest U.S. solar companies active in Chile.   Cont'd...

Utility-Scale Solar Farms on East-Coast and Future of Innowatt24 Corp.

Innowatt24 review on a good year and new partnerships with I-24 Renewables. Most of all I24 is starting own developments in US and sold already a couple of Solar Farms. Innowatt24 is now under the Top 70 in North America.

Missouri Poised to Capture Share of Growing Corporate Renewable Energy Market

Analysis shows opportunity for investment and economic growth with policies that make it easier for large companies to use wind and solar to power their operations in Missouri

World's Largest Rooftop Dual-Axis Solar Power Station Coming to Taiwan

By the end of year 2015, this site will be installed completely.

Mounting Systems to Supply Solar Racking for 4 MW Solar PV System in Livermore, CA

The one-post system will support approximately 12,720 modules producing electricity.

SunPower Recognized by Industry Groups for Sustainability Achievements at Solar Panel Manufacturing Plant in the Philippines

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry's E3 Award recognizes organizations in the country that demonstrate business sustainability through environmental stewardship.

Hanwha Q CELLS Proprietary Q.ANTUM Cell Achieves 19.1% Efficiency Using 1366's Direct Wafer(TM) Technology

- Independent tests confirmed maximum efficiency of 19.1%, increasing from 17.7% in March 2015 - The strategic partnership between Hanwha Q CELLS and 1366 Technologies provides potential for production of high-efficiency cells at substantially lower cost

Say Goodbye to Solar Power Subsidies

Mark Chediak & Chris Martin for Bloomberg Businessweek:  In 2016 the U.S. will learn if renewable energy can survive without government support. The most significant tax credit for solar power will expire at the end of 2016, and the biggest one for wind already has. These federal subsidies have provided wind and solar developers with as much as $24 billion from 2008 to 2014, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. That’s led to a 12-fold increase in installed capacity over the past decade, helping lower costs at least 10 percent each year. Combined, wind and solar still generate less than 5 percent of electricity in the U.S. The subsidy cuts come as both industries face stiffer competition from ultracheap coal and natural gas. An NYSE Bloomberg global index of solar stocks, including those of big developers SunEdison and First Solar, has fallen about 35 percent since June. A comparable wind index is down 20 percent.   Cont'd...

Prysmian Supplies Cables For The Niagara Wind Farm Project, One Of The Largest Wind Farms In North America

Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, has been awarded a new order for a total value of around € 16 Million for power transmission and distribution cabling of an onshore wind farm project in the Niagara Region of North America.

ACORE Releases its 2015 Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Western Region Report

The West leads the rest of the country in generation and investment for renewable energy.

Ideal Power Receives 14.5 MW Order

Largest Order to Date from an Existing Customer

KYOCERA TCL Solar Completes 8.5MW Solar Power Plant on Reclaimed Island on Japan's Largest Lake

Underutilized land repurposed with solar installation to provide equivalent power for roughly 2,900 average households

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