Swiss chemist Michael Grätzel, to whom we owe the discovery of a new simpler and less expensive silicon cells that can be used to produce solar cell, won the first prize "Leigh Ann Conn" dedicated to renewable energies assigned by the University of Louisville.
National study, from the third quarter of 2013, also notes an increase in alternative fueling stations and ranks the top states in energy efficiency
Marks Eighth Hawaiian Installation
TRA Snow and Sun designs Universal Snow Bracket which is less expensive than other, larger snow guards and will compete with plastic snow guards. The new snow guard attaches to most roof types.
For cleantech success in Best in Solar and Wind, Silicon Energy honored at Corporate Cleantech Venture Day in Lahti, Finland
The Vindicator LiDAR has passed the initial side by side testing process overseen by DNV GL and will be shipped to California for deployment in December.
Conergy and UK partner Camborne Energy sell 40 MW of 90 MW solar farm portfolio to investors ----Conergy secures exclusive EPC rights for entire 90 MW project pipeline ----40 MW of power plants ready to be built, further solar parks with approximately 50 MW under development ----Conergy Management Board Member Gorski: "Conergy is stronger than ever with its new owner Kawa. We intend to grow our share of the project development and financing business."
Golden West Power Partners Select 147 GE 1.7-100 Brilliant Wind Turbines to Power Colorado Wind Farm
GE's 1.7-100 Wind Turbine, Most Efficient in Its Class, Selected for This Project ----Golden West Wind Farm Will Provide Nearly 250 Megawatts of Wind Power to the Colorado Grid ----GE to Provide Five-Year Full Service Agreement for Golden West Wind Farm
GE Secured 63 Percent of Total Capacity in Recent Brazil Wind Auction---- GE Received 10-Year Operations and Maintenance Agreements to Service the Awarded 545 Megawatts on 26 Wind Farms---- In Total, GE Received 1 Gigawatt of Wind Commitments in the 2013 Brazil Energy Auctions
Clemson University Project Converted Former Navy Warehouse to First-of-its-Kind Testing Facility for Land-Based and Offshore Wind Turbines
Top 10 States for Job Announcements in Q3: Calif., Nev., N.Y., Mich., Texas, Ky., S.C., Fla., Tenn., and N.M
Bonds Rated BBB+, Transaction Hailed as Industry Breakthrough
The rule approved today will allow solar projects that meet certain technical requirements to qualify for a "fast track" interconnection process, thus eliminating the need for costly and time-consuming studies.
For the purpose of this article the focus will be on making smarter specification of cable and wire management systems for solar installations. The reason--- these components are often overlooked.
SolarCity Corp. today announced that it has completed what is reported to be the first securitization of distributed solar energy assets. SolarCity completed a private placement in the amount of $54,425,000 with an interest rate of 4.80% and a scheduled maturity date of December 2026. "This transaction is a breakthrough and will pave the way for others, but its greater significance is the validation of the quality of SolarCity's assets," said Bob Kelly, SolarCity's chief financial officer. "SolarCity lowers what is typically the highest operating cost for households and gives them long-term control over that cost. Customers highly value those attributes, and that's why these assets perform so well." SolarCity's pool of solar contracts received an investment grade rating of BBB+ from Standard & Poor's. The rating reflects the predictability and quality of the cash flows and the minimal operation and production risk of solar assets. Distributed solar is one of the first new asset classes to achieve an investment grade rating in the asset back securities markets in the past several years.
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Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.