SunEdison and Gamesa Sign a Memorandum of Understanding to Develop up to 1 Gigawatt of Wind Power Plants
SunEdison and Gamesa sign memorandum of understanding to create a 50/50 joint venture to develop up to 1 gigawatt of wind power plants globally by 2018 --- Gamesa to supply the wind turbines and assume responsibility for the long term operation and maintenance of the wind power plants --- SunEdison to acquire the projects upon the start of construction and once operational, to drop the projects into TerraForm
By RUPA SUBRAMANYA for ForeignPolicy.com: Is India ripe for a renewable energy revolution? Foreign investors certainly seem to think so, and renewables have been a signature issue for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But if revolution is indeed underway, it isn’t a spontaneous one. And taxpayer money — not just from India — is fueling the surge. New Delhi’s renewable energy aspirations recently received a major boost when Japan’s SoftBank announced a joint venture with Indian conglomerate Bharti Enterprises and Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group to create a new, Japanese-owned company that will bid on power contracts in India’s growing solar sector. Renewable energy, including solar, is a priority for Modi and has been since before he became the country’s leader last year. “The time has arrived for a saffron revolution, and the color of energy is saffron,” he saidon the campaign trail in 2014, attempting to symbolically link the sacred color of Hindus and his Bharatiya Janata Party with his energy dream. This joint venture is the first major announcement by a foreign investor that could help make that dream a reality. Cont'd...
As people across much of the country enjoy the heatwave, solar homes, commercial solar rooftops and solar farms across the country are to open their doors tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday as part of Solar Independence Day, the UK's annual celebration of solar.
New Products Expand Product Features and Market Reach
Abandoned Golf Course in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan to be Repurposed with 23-Megawatt Solar Power Plant from KYOCERA TCL Solar LLC
The plant will generate an estimated 26,312 megawatt hours (MWh) per year - enough electricity to power approximately 8,100 typical local households.
TRA Snow and Sun modifies Solar Tile Mount to adjust vertically for use on S-tile tile roofs to provide adequate air flow between solar panels and the tile roof.
"Sure House" design to reduce energy use and protect against natural disasters
KINGSPAN ENERGY ACQUIRES CONNECTICUT'S ASAP SOLAR TO STRENGTHEN PRESENCE IN NEW ENGLAND, CONNECTICUT, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY
The acquisition adds a fully integrated energy services company to its U.S. operations
Feed-in Tariff cuts tomorrow highlight need to boost support for large solar roofs & community farms
As of Wednesday 1 July any new small solar farms built under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) will get 28% less for every unit of electricity they generate ---- Large-solar roofs represent only 1% of UK market and require urgent boost
City of Denver to power 16 City-owned facilities from SunShare's solar gardens
EnergySage and Green America Join Forces to Give U.S. Residents the Power of Choice When Evaluating Solar Energy Adoption
Partnership Equips Consumers with Single, Vendor-Neutral Resource for Comparing Solar Systems, Installers and Financing Options as Well as Getting Lowest Price Quotes
Most recently, Environment America and the Frontier Group released a new report detailing the benefits of solar.
"SEPA is pleased and excited to welcome SolarBOS to our membership -- especially at a time when the solar industry is so intensely focused on optimizing the cost-efficiency of balance of system components"
CALSEIA Contractor Day Returns for Second Year Along With Sessions From NABCEP, SEI and NAATBatt to Educate Solar Sales and Installation Teams on Policy Regulations, New Products, Technical Issues and Industry Best Practices
Inclusion in the Index Enables Exposure to Broader Group of Investors
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.