SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. ("SolarEdge") (NASDAQ: SEDG), a global leader in PV inverters, power optimizers, and module-level monitoring services, is expanding its business in the Indian PV market with a new country manager, office, and recruitment of a local team. As a leading global PV inverter company, SolarEdge is already active in the Indian PV market and is now looking to expand its footprint in the region.
Emil Venere for Phys.org: Researchers have shown how to modify commercially available silicon wafers into a structure that efficiently absorbs solar energy and withstands the high temperatures needed for "concentrated solar power" plants that might run up to 24 hours a day.
Two Solar Industry Stalwarts Join Coronal Energy in Key Roles
Seeks to fully align resources and capital in support of transition to Series 6 offering Remains firmly committed to utility-scale project development business
Sun Bandit's Next Generation Energy Partners with Pacific Energy Alternatives to Sate Hawaii's Demand for Improved Solar Water Heating Technology and Lower Energy Bills
Next Generation Energy's Distribution Agreement with Pacific Energy Alternatives Quickly Delivers Sun Bandit's Simpler, On-Demand Solar Water Heating and Storage Solution to Hawaiians Looking to 'Dump the Pump', Quickly Lower Energy Bills and Reap Rich Tax Incentives
Global solar panel prices continue to drop this week, extending the longest losses since 2017, but the rate of decline has slowed significantly from previous weeks. The demand in China has restored momentum in April. However, the demand recovery would still not be strong enough to reverse the downtrend of prices, but should help to limit the scope of decline. Meanwhile, although the demand in China has improved, the demand in rest of the major solar markets still appears to be lackluster. In EU and the US, solar panel prices were slashed sharply since 4Q16 and recently major module makers have ceased aggressive pricing. In Japan and India, fierce competition in these regions in efforts to win PV projects in 2H17 continue to drive solar panel prices lower.
Company hopes issue will come up in talks with Xi Jinping
Concept by US, manufacturer of the POWERSTATION 247 product family has announced a new partnership with SolarTech Universal, a US. Company using Meyer Burger's, Swiss-engineered SmartWire Connection Technology (SWCT) at its production facility in Riviera Beach, Florida.
At the excellent Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Conference here in Sindlefingen, Germany, 48V mild hybrids are rightly a strong focus. The consensus is that we are quickly moving beyond the opening shots that can reduce carbon dioxide by up to 14%. These tend to involve belt starter generator BSG, no electric drive modes, PO/1 positioning on engine, 480Wh 48V battery and 12 kV supplied. This was described as little more than an upgraded stop-start albeit with cold start, fast start, quietness and fuel economy.
askawa - Solectria Solar, the leading U.S. commercial PV inverter manufacturer, today announced a partnership with Sunworks, a leading solar systems provider. Sunworks will install co-branded PVI 50/60TL transformerless three-phase string inverters, which are a part of Yaskawa - Solectria Solar's best-selling commercial string inverter line. Sunworks will continue to utilize other Yaskawa - Solectria Solar commercial products in addition to the PVI 50/60TL depending on project needs.
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CanWEA's 32nd Annual Awards: Adam Rosso, Director of Project Development in Ontario at Boralex, Receives the Matt Holder Community Connection Award
"I am extremely proud of the achievements of our colleague Adam and his team," said Patrick Lemaire, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boralex. "Adam's leadership and commitment to do things right created an environment based on trust and respect within the communities where we work. It is to the quality of these relationships that we owe the success of our projects."
Contradiction in Key Markets Will Lead to Sluggish Growth of Global Photovoltaics (PV) Demand, IHS Markit Says
An anticipated decline in the world's three largest markets - China, United States and Japan - will shape the outlook for PV demand through this year. IHS Markit expects these markets to shrink by a combined 9 GW (16 percent year-over-year) in 2017. Similar to previous years, global demand depends highly on policy evolution in China.
Upsolar Expands its Floating Solar Panel Solutions into Europe after its Successful Installation of the World's Largest PV Test-bed in Tengeh Lake, Singapore
Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, has obtained from the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) the FINAME code number 3418617 for its Exotrack HZ solar tracker, which assures the compliance with Brazilian local content requirements through its subsidiary Exosun Brazil Ltda.
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