San Diego solar installer awards startup sustainable energy storage battery maker a significant contract that puts it on target to meet annual revenue projections.
Offshore Technology: The oil & gas and renewables industries are often described as a dichotomy, the old way versus the new, the dirty versus the clean. In reality, from a technical and engineering standpoint, there are many areas of overlap, particularly in countries such as the UK, where a majority of renewable and non-renewable assets are located offshore. Building an oil rig in the North Sea is not all that different to setting up a wind farm. Both jobs require the ability to negotiate choppy waters and bad weather (often using remotely operated vehicles), and the technology to drill or pile foundations into the seabed. Communications and cabling infrastructure present a big challenge in both instances, as do the logistics of transporting and arranging huge components such as derricks and blades. Cont'd...
WINAICO improves the product warranty for the complete solar module portfolio to bring more protection to customers' solar investments.
Utility scale system utilizes tracking technology to maximize energy output
Adds Citi and BankUnited to existing investors
The most anticipated solar power industry event of the year - Three networking packed days
Multi-crystalline wafer prices stabilize after a long losing streak since last November due to elevated polysilicon prices and weak dollar. The recent RMB appreciation has successfully helped to stabilize multi-crystalline wafer prices, however, this temporarily price stabilization does not necessary mean that the supply and demand have eventually rebalance. In fact, the supply of multi-crystalline wafer remains sufficient in the market and not much of indications that market demand would surge strongly to outstrip the supply in the near term. Hence, the temporarily price stabilization is much be based on clam downstream prices, rising polysilicon prices, and recent RMB appreciation.
Antaisolar, the leading solar solution provider, was selected to provide the ground mounting solutions for the large sloping fields in Japan. The project, located in Hidaka-chō, with the capacity of 10141.56KW, was commenced on May, 2016 and to be completed at the end of Feb, 2017. It has been basically completed for the overall racking installation.
Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, Installs the First Solar Panels on Florida Utility-Scale Projects in Cooperation with Gulf Power, the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Navy
Installations at Eglin Air Force Base and Naval Air Station Pensacola are part of the Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, and Gulf Power 120 MWac Gulf Coast Solar Center Portfolio
SolarWindow anticipates installing these sheets of electricity-generating glass veneers over existing skyscraper windows, turning entire buildings into vertical power generators and helping reduce their carbon footprint. These same veneers could be applied to flat and curved surfaces on automobiles, trucks, buses, airplanes, and boats to generate onboard electrical power.
CleanCapital and Generate Capital Announce Partnership to Enable the Acquisition of $300 million in operating clean energy assets
Financial facility to focus on distributed solar projects
Award Nominations to be accepted through March 17
Derek Markham for CleanTechnica: The Silicon Valley startup SolPad has just announced the specs, pricing, and pre-order date for its all-in-one solar plus storage mobile solution, which could help usher in a new era of entry-level solar. We first covered the SolPad product back in October of last year, with writer Matthew Klippenstein calling it “a glimpse of the future.” That article raised a lot of questions in the comments section about the details and reliability of such a device. Some of those comments called it vaporware, while others questioned the wisdom of integrating batteries into the body of a solar panel and the legality of simply plugging such a system into the grid without an adequate grid-tie arrangement, and still others asked why it was even needed with the current state of solar technology. Most of which were decent skeptical questions, and all of which are expected on a piece about a forthcoming “breakthrough” solar product. However, it looks like the SolPad Mobile is getting ready to enter the market, as the company has released additional details about how much it will cost and when it will be available, so we’ll soon get an opportunity to see how the product will be received once it is released into the wild, so to speak. Cont'd...
Panasonic have today announced 20 years of manufacturing the high efficiency original photovoltaic module HIT® this year. Since debuting their patented, high-efficiency photovoltaic module in 1997, Panasonic have produced over 18 million modules of HIT®, providing clean, affordable energy to consumers, businesses and institutions around the world.
Asia Renewables Summit Underpins Region's Biomass, Biogas Prospects & Indonesia's Renewable Energy Roadmap
CMT's Asia Renewables Summit-in Jakarta on 27 February - 1 March, with dual tracks on 3rd Biomass & BioEnergy Asia and Indonesia Renewable Power-highlights Asia's biomass and biogas energy market progress and future potential as well as Indonesia's solar, wind, hydro, biomass and waste-to-energy power development plans.
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