REC Solar Expands to California's Inland Empire

National solar installer to help IE residents slash high electricity costs with solar

IKEA to Nearly Double Current Size of Maryland's Largest Rooftop Array, on Distribution Center in Perryville

Making It One of the Largest Such Installations in U.S.

Intersolar North America returns to strongest U.S. solar market July 7 to 10, 2014

California continues to lead U.S solar industry adding 53 percent in Q2 of new solar capacity in United States and launching ground-breaking energy storage program

Sol Systems Finances SunPower Residential Solar Portfolio with New Tax Equity

The tax structured investment is part of Sol Systems' ongoing initiative to bring new tax equity investors into the solar asset class.

DuPont Breaks Ground on 4.4 Megawatt Solar Power Plant in France

The largest solar installation on DuPont land to date

U.S. Army Selects Eaton to Support Its Global Power Conservation and Alternative Energy Initiatives

Under the contract, Eaton will provide existing condition surveys, system designs, installation and commissioning for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

Danfoss MLX inverter series – The ultimate distributed inverter for cost optimizing medium- to large-scale PV systems

The MLX marks a completely new solution for distributed PV plants. Neither a string inverter nor a central inverter, it combines the best of both worlds and represents a novel approach to system setup. A truly international solution, the MLX is designed for medium- to large-scale commercial applications in multi-region grids and climates. Built to optimize output, an MLX-based solution is scalable, reliable, and simple to replicate across markets.

Danfoss Solar Inverters introduces a high performance, reliable Central Inverter Series for utility-scale PV plants at SPI 2013

The Danfoss QLX Central Inverter Series is the most innovative outdoor solution for the utility scale market. It delivers maximum efficiency without derating even under harsh weather operation of up to 50°C. This series redefines high performance in Sunbelt regions.

USDA Grant Aims to Convert Beetle-Killed Trees into Biofuel

"Infestations of pine and spruce bark beetles have impacted over 42 million acres of U.S. forests since 1996, and a changing climate threatens to expand the threat from bark beetle on our forest lands"

SEIA Applauds DOE Efforts to Reduce Solar Red Tape

Fresh commitment from Scottish onshore wind industry to communities

The protocol, which is the first of its kind for Scotland, outlines a number of key commitments from Scotland's onshore wind sector.

TURBINE ORDERS GROW AS ENERGY BECOMES A PRIORITY

Energy independence becomes key priority for more organisations and landowners.

Empower the Operator: A New Global Pathway for Wind O&M

Wind Energy Update has announced that the International Onshore and Offshore Wind Industry are set to see a significant surge in the number of organisations who wish to explore ways to empower the Operator.

ECONIC RESPONDS TO DEMAND BY ANNOUNCING YEAR-LONG PROGRAMME OF WEBINARS

Leading UK heat pump specialist Econic are to launch a year long programme of Webinars.

The new version of Polysun Simulation Software makes research results available to end customers

Leading software provider Vela Solaris introduces Polysun 6.2, the latest version of its established design and simulation software. With Polysun 6.2, users have access to the latest developments in the renewable energy sector, resulting from a variety of research projects.

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Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

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Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.