Applied Energy Technologies (AET) Supplies 128 kW Rayport-B Roof Mounting System for Robert A. Young Federal Building PV Installation

The project, installed by Microgrid, is comprised of 416 solar modules to bring power to the businesses housed within the building.

Prysmian, new award worth approximately € 230 M for offshore wind farm grid connections in Germany

Activation of option within contract signed in May 2014 with 50Hertz

Clean Energy Collective and Fort Collins Utilities Break Ground on Community Solar Array

Brownfield site hosts shared solar facility, supports City's climate and energy goals.

Global Solar Installations to Grow by 30% to Reach 57 GW in 2015

The tracker is the first combined forecast from IHS and Solarbuzz, which IHS acquired in November 2014.

GE Energy Financial Services and Pacifico Energy Partner on a Third Solar Transaction in Japan

Construction of the plant is underway in Hosoe on Kyushu Island, in the prefecture of Miyazaki.

Canadian Solar Completes the Acquisition of Recurrent Energy from Sharp Corporation

The acquisition of Recurrent has increased Canadian Solar's total solar project pipeline by approximately 4.0 GW to a total of 8.5 GW, including an increase in its late-stage project pipeline by approximately 1.0 GW to 2.4 GW.

Global trends in renewable energy investment 2015

Report from UNEP-Frankfurt School analyses the 17% rebound in investment last year

GLOBAL BIOENERGIES: Construction of the German demo plant started.

Additional 4.4 million euros financing secured

Clean Energy Group Applauds New Jersey Resilient Power Awards

Thirteen solar+storage projects will provide power to critical facilities in New Jersey

SEIA Praises White House Plan to Fight Climate Change

"When it comes to fighting climate change – the world's most serious long-term environmental threat – it's critically important for the United States to lead by example"

Ballard Appoints Jim Roche to Board of Directors

Ballard Power Systems today announced that, effective April 1st, 2015, the Company has appointed Mr. Jim Roche to the Board of Directors.

Subpar Solar Irradiance Undermines East Coast Project Performance

Vaisala 2014 solar study reveals role of extreme weather patterns in growing East-West productivity divide

Siemens receives major order for 300-MW wind project in Oklahoma

Siemens to supply and service 130 wind turbines for Kay Wind project • Onshore wind power plant to be located in Kay County, Oklahoma • Clean energy for approximately 100,000 U.S. homes

29-Apr-15 Webinar: Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and its Applications to Battery Analysis

Learn all about electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, and how it can be effectively used for battery analysis such as measurement of internal resistance, electrode surface capacitance, and leakage at different frequencies across the spectrum

Subpar Solar Irradiance Undermines East Coast Project Performance

The East Coast of the U.S. experienced up to 5% lower than average levels of solar irradiance in 2014, negatively impacting overall performance of solar sites in the region. Concurrently, the West Coast enjoyed irradiance levels up to 10% higher than average, widening the productivity gap between projects in the country's two areas of highest solar development.     This disparity is clearly seen in the 2014 Solar Performance Maps of the United States, released today by Vaisala, a global leader in environmental and industrial measurement.    While it is well-established that the solar resource of the East does not match that of the West, the Atlantic Coast has a large volume of operational capacity and it is therefore of critical importance for project operators in the region to understand the reasons behind below average energy output and whether it is due to malfunctioning equipment or weather variability.    Vaisala's 2014 study illustrates the impact of short-term, month-to-month weather variations on performance at U.S. solar projects and places them into a long-term context. This reveals frequent and significant deviations from long-term average irradiance conditions and highlights the clear requirement to analyze the effect of solar resource variability on both over and underperformance.   From an annual perspective, this year's weather patterns had an adverse effect on a large number of installations along the Atlantic Coast from Florida to Massachusetts, as well as Texas, while the bulk of projects in California and the Southwest saw an uptick in solar irradiance that may have increased overall 2014 production at many sites.    However, these annual variations only offer a high-level view of project performance. Vaisala also conducted a monthly analysis that gives a much more robust understanding of how specific weather conditions affected solar production throughout the year.   

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