With less than one week before the largest North America solar trade show, SPI, kicks off in Las Vegas, visitors are being advised to expect to spend their day on their feet. With the two South Halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center being consumed by the exhibition, organizers say that attendees can expect to take many more than 10,000 steps a day. Unique booth designs and companies going “all out” are to be expected at SPI this year, according to organizers with Hanwha Q CELLS taking out the largest booth space. 25% of the exhibitors are from outside of the U.S., with 23 countries being represented. Chinese, Germany and Spanish country pavilions will also occupy large sections of the trade show floor. Of the U.S. exhibitors, Californian companies represent the largest group, making up 31%. The state is followed by Texas, Colorado and Ohio – with each of these states comprising 5% of the total number of exhibitors.
MESIA, the Middle East Solar Industry Association, and PV Insider will be hosting a free webinar on 22nd October 2014 to debate the future of photovoltaic technologies in Jordan.
The call for papers for All-Energy 2015, the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference, being held at the SECC, Glasgow on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 May 2015, is now open at www.all-energy.co.uk/Conference/speakandconnect, with a closing date of 5 December 2015.
A new report from GTM Research reveals the potential for a polysilicon oversupply to resurface in 2016.
The SMART Turbine is transportable and affordable enough to be implemented in isolated rural communities, ones who rely on diesel generators to get a few hours of electricity in a day or, even worse, haven't seen electricity at all for decades.
The company will be taking part in the leading U.S. solar power sector event, to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada from 20-23 October (Stand 4506), with an expected attendance of over 16,000 professionals. PROINSO will present its online store for PV products: Click & Collect.
Renewable Energy World founder Jim Callihan appointed Director, Sales and Marketing North America
Leading Solar Power and Clean Technology Companies to Hold Fire-Side Chats and Investor Meetings
Comprehensive offering reduces energy costs for businesses in CA, HI and NY
An easy to install, all-inclusive, cost effective device for residential installations.
Trina Solar's High-Efficiency Monocrystalline Honey Module Sets a New World Record for Peak Power Output of 335.2W
It generates a peak power output of 335.2W, breaking the previous world record of 326.3W, set by Trina's Solar's original Honey module in April 2014.
Neighborhood Power Corporation Selects SeeControl to Bring the Internet of Things to Solar Energy Management
Leading innovator in solar industry deploys 360-degree suite of cloud-based, real-time customer management solutions
The technology can increase solar module power output by up to 15%, effectively decreasing the total system cost by up to 8%.
Atlanta, GA, October 14, 2014: SolarMax, a Swiss based global pure-play photovoltaic (PV) inverter company with U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and more than 20 years of bringing innovative PV inverters to market, will showcase its industry-leading technology at Solar Power International
The new JPAC facility, located in Oahu, Hawaii, was designed by SmithGroup JJR to be a LEED Gold structure, complete with 484kW of solar power.
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