American Wind Energy Association Statement on New York Renewable Energy Siting Reform Passed as Part of State Budget
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) today issued the following statement after the New York Legislature passed a state budget that includes critical improvements to the way that renewable energy projects are sited and developed in the state.
Following is a statement from David Gahl, senior director of state affairs, northeast for the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA):
Presented across five informative sessions, this online course explains and illustrates the key impacts of renewable power integration into modern energy systems, based on global lessons and examples. Most importantly it provides attendees with a market assessment framework and recommended approach to identifying and quantifying how these integration challenges change the specific new opportunities and risks facing their own businesses.
New BNEF report presents results of a corporate power purchase agreement pricing survey, de-mystifying fair PPA price ranges in Europe
Enphase Energy Deploys Online Training for Ensemble™ Technology and Expands Partnership with ImagineSolar to Strengthen Hands-on Training
To ultimately serve installers with hands-on training when COVID-19 social distancing measures subside, Enphase is preparing turn-key training centers around the U.S. Enphase is also introducing a full suite of online training resources to ensure installer training continues while social distancing measures are in place
New findings in the 2020 Minnesota Energy Factsheet, commissioned by the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) and released today, also show state imports of electricity last year fell to their lowest level in over two decades as new local wind and solar projects filled the gap. As the clean energy transition speeds up across the nation, the report illustrates the big gains Minnesota has made since 2010 in its own energy transition.
This is a Technical webinar with tips on installing both rail-less and rail option Roof Tech systems. Building a long lasting array and code compliance are important topics.
Solaria Corporation, a US-based global provider of advanced solar energy products, announced today that it filed suit against Canadian Solar Inc., a Chinese solar panel manufacturer, in Federal District Court for the Northern District of California. The suit alleges that Canadian Solar, with operations primarily in China and elsewhere in Asia, infringes Solaria's U.S. patent that covers a process for separating photovoltaic (PV) strips from solar cells for use in tiled or so-called "shingled" solar modules. Shingled modules have higher power and are more efficient than conventional solar modules.
The organization now offers expanded webinars, training and education to fill the void caused by "corona cancellations"
Solar FlexRack Reaches 200 Solar Tracker Installations in North America as Tracker Market Growth Continues
Solar FlexRack reported earlier in the year that its TDPTM 2.0 solar tracker, selected for its superior design and simplistic installation, has seen significant growth in sales.
The organizers Solar Promotion GmbH and Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe GmbH & Co. KG have decided to cancel the events for 2020 and hold them again in June 2021. The decision was made in close coordination with the registered exhibitors and the international industry associations.
Vietnamese solar industry must increase investment in asset management to protect long-term performance
Improvements to projects built under fast paced tariff programme only discernible through better asset management
The Tigo Access Point (TAP) and TS4-A Platform of Add-on flexible module-level power electronics are compatible and certified with IronRidge's hardware under UL2703.
Cree's New 650V MOSFETs Offer Industry-leading Efficiency to Enable the Next Generation of Electric Vehicles, Data Centers and Solar Innovations
Wolfspeed technology harnesses silicon carbide's superior performance for broader range of industrial power applications
With this shipment, Trina Solar sets a new benchmark for the global photovoltaic industry following the company's announcement 11 days ago of the pilot line for the mass production of the Vertex series modules.
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