Canadian Solar Energizes 52.5 MWp of Solar Power Plants in Japan

The Mashiki plant achieved commercial operation in June 2017. Powered by Canadian Solar's high-efficiency MaxPower modules, the plant is expected to generate approximately 57,000 MWh of clean, solar electricity per year, which will be purchased by Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc. under a 20-year feed-in-tariff contract at the rate of JPY36.0 ($0.32) per kWh.

Zayed Future Energy Prize expands global reach in record year for entries

• Submissions increased by an impressive 37% compared to 2016 • All entries will now go through a rigorous evaluation process, culminating in the Awards Ceremony during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2018

Agenda Released for Energy from Waste 2017 Featuring Suez, DEFRA, Green Investment Bank and CEWEP

London to host the return of SMi's 10th annual Energy from Waste Industry Summit

POWER2DRIVE: THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY HAS A NEW PLATFORM

New exhibition showcases the energy transition in the transportation sector

Ecolibrium Solar Unveils New EcoFoot5D™ High Density 5-Degree Solar Racking System

EcoFoot5D Delivers 18.4% More Power 10-Degree Systems

SolarWorld Americas expects immediate infusion of cash to lift up U.S. operations

"This financial reinforcement is good for our customers and suppliers alike," Stein said. "It means quite simply that we can reassure our business partners that we will remain a reliable force not only in supplying leading solar technology but also in continuing to fight for fair trade in the U.S. market and improving market conditions there."

PVinsights: Solar prices are on the brink of plunge amid sign of dimmed demand

Polysilicon prices in China stagnate this week as the suppliers and the buyers hit a stalemate. As Chinese suppliers consider that current demand is solid, they still intend to boost the prices even though the attempts have not yet succeeded. Also, as expected ramp-up by new entrants are deferred and yearly maintenance are scheduled by some suppliers, the restraint in supply have strengthened suppliers attitude to hold the prices at current level. On the other hand, buyers are asking for price discounts as facing huge pressures from the downstream since the demand is not as robust. Therefore, the stalemate has kept the prices in China immobile this week. On the other hand, polysilicon prices slides on oversupply and the recovery seems impossible since the utilization rates of downstream wafer suppliers remain low in overseas market.

Power Factors Awarded $550,000 Grant from US Department of Energy SunShot Initiative

Power Factors, an industry-leading software provider for monitoring, managing, and optimizing renewable energy assets, announced Thursday that it was selected as the recipient of an award by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) SunShot Initiative.

SMA and Cypress Creek Enter into 10-year Master Service Agreement

Leading EPC Selects SMA to Maximize Plant Performance

Baker Electric Solar Awarded TERI Organization's 172 kW Solar Contract

Baker Electric Solar continues TERI solar initiative with the design, engineering and installation of 172 kW of solar spread over 10 separate properties.

Study Shows India Can Integrate 175 GW of Renewable Energy into Its Electricity Grid

The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has confirmed the technical and economic viability of integrating 175 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy into India's grid by 2022.

Digitalization of the energy sector is the only true financially viable way to achieve the Paris Climate Agreement objectives

-Doubling the market share of renewables by 2030 would increase global GDP by over 1% or about $1.3tn Renewable electricity new capacity increased to a record 138.5GW in 2016, accounting for 55.3% of all the gigawatts of new power generation added worldwide last year -However, there is an investment gap over $5 trillion in renewable energy globally in order to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement -Hamburg-based EnerTech company reports digitalization is the key to unlock investments in renewable energy by using the possibilities of Internet of Things (IoT) and big-data-analytics

LG Solar Releases Two-Step Solar Panel With Enphase Energy

LG NeON 2 ACe Simplifies Logistics and Installation Process for Homeowners with Two-Step Roof Installation

Chilicon Power Self-Supply Mode Guarantees Zero Net Export to Grid

It's a technological solution to the manifold legal and billing rate complexities of maximizing ROI in a grid-interactive system, particularly in regions with high levels of PV saturation or relatively slow permission to operate timelines.

LG Solar Launches Sleek Residential Panels With Enhanced Performance

Boosting Aesthetics and Efficiency, LG NeON R is Only Module of its Kind With 30 Busbars on the Rear of the Unit

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