Renewable Energy Group Holds Ribbon Cutting for Grays Harbor, WA Biorefinery

Local leaders welcomed REG to the area business community.

JinkoSolar Offers Bundle with Enphase Energy for Commercial Customers

JinkoSolar and Enphase both share a similar commitment to quality and service.

SPI 15 - From sun to socket, ABB grows solar industry with new technologies

At Solar Power International, ABB demonstrates the industry's most comprehensive product portfolio from utility scale to residential solar operations in the U.S. and worldwide.

SPI 15 - Circular Energy Now Offering Operations & Maintenance Programs For Solar Installations

Fresh on the heels of Solar Power International, Circular Energy is Introducing Kilowatt, Megawatt, and Gigawatt O&M Packages for Solar Installs

Silicor Materials Closes $105M in Equity Capital  Commitments for Iceland Manufacturing Plant

Silicor Materials, Inc., a manufacturer of high-quality solar silicon and aluminum by-products, announced today that it has secured $105M in equity capital agreements to support the construction of its first commercial-scale manufacturing operation in Grundartangi, Iceland.

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES TO EXHIBIT ENGINE, HYBRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE, AND BATTERY TESTING TECHNOLOGIES AT AUTOMOTIVE TESTING EXPO NORTH AMERICA 2015

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Advanced forecast reveals improvements to wind conditions along the West Coast while a majority of the country remains below average

El Niño weather pattern is expected to boost wind energy performance for West Coast investors and operators in the first quarter of 2016

The world's biggest scientific conference for photovoltaics started on 14 September 2015 in Hamburg, Germany

• 1,300 specialist presentations on photovoltaics topics • PV is the most important energy source in the future. • System Integration will be the next big challenge for PV

Oyster research wins €800,000 European grant

Aquamarine Power and National University of Ireland, Maynooth join forces to win EU Horizon 2020 award --- Three year research programme offers potential for significant advance in device performance --- Grant follows £2 million already secured from Wave Energy Scotland

Redflow reduces ZBM battery cost by over 50% and drops below grid price

Redflow, the Australian provider of energy storage flow batteries, has announced that it has decreased its zinc-bromide battery (ZBM) cost by 50% through technology improvements and a stronger manufacturing relationship with Flextronics. The company is now able to offer its naked ZBM product at a cost of US$20c per kWh throughput, down from US$48c just 6 months ago. With this dramatic reduction, energy from Redflow's ZBM product drops below grid price.

S&C to Build One of the Largest Energy Storage Systems in Ohio

7 MW energy storage facility to improve power quality for local utility

New clean energy technology debuts in Placer County

In its first public demonstration, G4 used gas produced on site to fuel an unmodified Placer County truck.

SPI 15 - Sunfolding Announces Half-MW PVUSA Commercial Pilot with Clean Energy Assets

Patented T1 tracker offers state-of-the-art performance with fixed rack simplicity, targets the commercial market

Ecoplexus Inc. Commences Construction on Five North Carolina Solar Photovoltaic Projects Totaling 28 MW

When fully operational, the 5 projects will provide clean, renewable energy for an average of 2,563 homes in North Carolina and an annual reduction of 22,841 metric tons of CO2.

SPI 15 - VARTA Flex System's Lithium-ion Battery Pack and Battery Management System Targets Commercial Demand Response Participation Programs

Commercial Lithium-ion Battery System Boasts a Life Expectancy of 12,000 Charge Cycles

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