Freedom Solar teams up with the largest and oldest privately owned funeral company in San Antonio, Mission Park Funeral Chapels and Cemeteries, to install solar arrays on seven of its locations.
Bobby Magill for Scientific American: 10 percent of electricity generated in the country in March came from these renewables
QOS Energy, a leading renewable O&M analytics software provider, has completed the delivery of an innovative Energy Management System to SunHydrO, a combined renewable energy and storage R&D project led by French aggregator Sun'R Smart Energy. The SunHydrO project aims to foster the grid integration of variable renewable energy sources with the added flexibility offered by pumped hydro storage units.
iDemand Energy Storage, a startup manufacturer of sustainable energy storage batteries, plans to start work in July on a $1.4 million contract awarded by SunFusion Solar to produce batteries for five buildings operated by biochemical manufacturer, Scantibodies Laboratory. All three companies are based in San Diego County.
The program is primarily in concert with five leading funding sources, two of which are large utility backed power generation companies and the other three of which are leading IPPs.
Integrating CAD, solar engineering, design and quoting into one tool, helping solar designers save time, reduce costs, and optimize projects
Polysilicon prices had a moderate decline this week. As polysilicon buyers have already prepared enough inventories for the installation raft in June, they had no immediate rush for procurement at this moment. Instead, they tend to take a defensive stance as they anticipated a price downturn in the near future. Suppliers have started to slightly lower the prices amid dimmer outlook in late June. Overseas market remained bearish due to limited utilization rates of downstream wafer suppliers. With low utilization rates, wafer producers did not show interest in further purchase and hesitate to procure considering current prices were too high.
Solar Industry Expects Loss of 88,000 Jobs in U.S. Next Year if Government Rules in Company's Favor in Trade Case
Manufacturing jobs would fall despite claim; biggest losses seen in California, S.C. and Texas
Pika Energy's Harbor 10P/15P Smart Battery, co-developed with Panasonic and featuring plug-and-play DC-coupling, is available to pre-order today.
National Solar Group Applauds Gov. Sandoval for Signing Bill to Help Nevada Grow Solar Jobs, Boost Its Clean Energy Leadership
Following is a statement from Sean Gallagher, SEIA's vice president of state affairs:
High schools, non-profits, and innovative companies of all sizes, encouraged to apply before the deadline of July 6, 2017
This year's forecast from BNEF sees solar energy costs dropping a further 66% by 2040, and onshore wind by 47%, with renewables undercutting the majority of existing fossil power stations by 2030
Ships 40 MW of Modules to Huainan City China Project
New Conference Tracks, Off-site Events and Increased Networking Opportunities Will Connect Industry Executives, Policymakers and Advocates
Optimizing operations will further reduce downtime and lower costs Joint knowledge of operators, manufacturers and insurers will create best practice for all
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