David Nield for Science Alert: Construction will soon be underway on a gigantic solar farm in South Australia that's set to be the biggest of its kind in the world - thanks to 3.4 million solar panels and 1.1 million individual batteries. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the year, at which point the huge plant should outdo all other solar farms in terms of overall battery capacity - although other solar facilities are larger in terms of land area.
North America's largest solar show, Solar Power International, selects EMerge Alliance to lead microgrid demonstration in show's Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace
Joshua S Hill for CleanTechnica: The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory has published a landmark report extensively detailing component and system-level cost breakdowns for residential PV solar systems equipped with energy storage. The decreasing cost of solar systems has been well documented over the last several years, with increased innovation and decreasing manufacturing costs combining to make solar PV a competitive and economic choice for residents and utilities across the United States, and in fact the world. As such, the costs attributed to the development of residential and utility-scale solar projects has been well defined for some time - even though that figure keeps decreasing.
Gregory Brew for OilPrice.com: Last week, Xcel Energy announced a multi-state wind capacity project, anticipated to be the largest in the United States. Spanning seven states, the project covers eleven new wind farms and would generate 3280 MWs at a cost of $3.5-4.4 billion. In its announcement, Xcel emphasized the cost-savings attached to wind power, arguing that it would save Xcel customers in the Midwest $7.9 billion over thirty years. This, rather than the environmental benefits of renewable energy, drove the company's mission statement: wind was cheap, not just clean.
The energy storage market is evolving. Thanks to innovative technologies, batteries and energy storage systems are increasingly able to store large quantities of energy from renewable sources. The potential for storing or distributing power from photovoltaic (PV) systems is far from exhausted, and ever more market opportunities are being created, for example with the help of mobile storage systems.
4th Annual ROTH China Solar Tour to be Held in Conjunction with SNEC Power Expo in Shanghai April 18-21, 2017
ROTH Investor Tour to Meet with ~20 Solar Power and Clean Technology Companies on Booth Tours and Facility Visits
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade association for the solar industry, is launching a nationwide consumer education campaign to inform and protect solar consumers while further simplifying the process of going solar.
Intersolar Europe is once again set to serve as the most important industry meeting point for the solar industry and its partners. Manufacturers, distributors, service providers and suppliers will gather in Munich to discuss the latest trends, technologies and products.
Global leader in solar tracking solutions continues international expansion with new office in Sydney
Company Leading the World with Sustainable Solar while Advancing the Industry toward a More Circular Economy
Trainer & Manufacturer Collaboration to Highlight Shifts in the Solar Installation Industry
Partnership with Sunnova will provide customers with a new financing and solar service option in Texas.
ViZn Energy Systems and Raychem RPG Team Up to Deliver Energy Storage to the Power Grid Corporation of India
Flow battery systems to provide grid stabilization services
Companies partner to save on energy costs and enhance STEM curriculum
Event returns to San Francisco's Mezzanine; proceeds benefit CALSEIA's work to expand California's solar market
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