Peachtree Corners Smart City and The Ray Install USA's First Road Surface Solar Panels on Autonomous Vehicle Lane

French-engineered road surface solar panels, the first in an American city, may power more parts of the city in the future - from streetlights to other city infrastructure, including backup for grid outages

Enel X and Eaton Partner for Microgrid Development in Puerto Rico

Enel X to deploy a solar + storage-based microgrid at Eaton manufacturing facility to reduce environmental impact and support energy resilience for one of Puerto Rico's largest employers

IMO FireRaptor Receives UL PVRSS Listing with FIMER Inverters

IMO worked closely with Fimer in achieving this listing as it required the development of an additional capacitance bleed circuit to dispel stored current upon Rapid Shutdown initiation. That product has also been certified as a PVRSE (Photovoltaic Rapid Shutdown Equipment) component by UL for use in the categories needed. These new listings supplement IMO's current UL listed FireRaptor offering for NEC 2017 & NEC 2020 compliance, thus further encompassing a complete agnostic solution for all inverters in the marketplace.

Yokogawa and Power Factors Announce Reseller Agreement for Renewable Energy Asset Performance Management Platform

Integration with Yokogawa portfolio makes possible a "sensor-to-enterprise" solution for solar, wind, and energy storage projects

The wind industry needs to invest in ageing fleets to avoid a steep decline in output and increased risk of catastrophic failure - ONYX InSight

As the industry takes an increasingly optimistic view of turbine life, there needs to be a more proactive approach to mitigating the risks of catastrophic failure and a decline in energy production.


Company Decides to Temporarily Pause Federal Permitting Review to Conduct Final Due Diligence; Still Expects Financial Close of Project in 2nd Half of 2021

Skyhook Solar Brings Resilient Power to Navajo Nation Community

Colorado renewable technology company deploys resilient lighting, WiFi, and device charging to the Navajo Nation

Sunverge Selected for by Nova Scotia Power for the Smart Grid Atlantic project

The Sunverge platform will be used by Nova Scotia Power to explore opportunities to co-optimize consumer and grid services, providing grid services, based on day-ahead and intra-day generation planning, including peak demand reduction and load leveling, generation contingency support, distribution feeder congestion management, and renewables smoothing, while offering consumer services including energy arbitrage, PV self-consumption, and backup power capabilities.

World Wind & Solar (WWS) Announces New National Warehouse and Supply Chain Capabilities

WWS has opened a new national warehouse and created a new supply chain division focused on supplying critical spare parts for both Wind and Solar assets.

Tigo Adds to Expansive List of PV Rapid Shutdown System Certified Inverters

Tigo devices are certified with more than 200 inverters from 17 different companies

Q CELLS seals first industry certification for new Quality Controlled PV program from TÜV Rheinland

Q CELLS is the first solar module manufacturer in the industry to pass TÜV Rheinland's new Quality Controlled PV certification, which has been created to set new and unique standards in solar module production, performance and durability.

Siemens Energy to deliver transformers to Scotland's largest offshore wind farm

-Siemens Energy to supply 114 low-loss distribution transformers to Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm -Wind farm is forecast to provide low carbon energy for around 1.3 million homes

Reinventing fuel-based power for a more secure and resilient grid

With battery storage able to provide a unique role in balancing a renewable electricity grid, Toby Gill, CEO of Intelligent Power Generation, asks could innovations in green hydrogen and biofuel technologies contribute to a more optimised and economical energy mix?

C2 Energy Capital Diversifies Portfolio with Acquisition of California's Largest Floating Solar Project

C2 Energy Capital announces its ownership of California's largest floating solar system. The project was purchased from Ciel & Terre®, a global leader in PV floating systems. Located in Windsor, the 1.78-MW installation uses Ciel & Terre's patented Hydrelio® technology to float a grid of 4,959 high-performance solar modules on a recycled storage pond, powering the town's wastewater treatment facility and saving $4M in electric costs over the next 20 years.

LONGi supplies 273MW of its solar modules for Southeast Asia's largest solar plant, Phase I of the Xuan Thien Ea Sup Project in Dak Lak, Vietnam

With nearly 2 million solar panels, 500 kV / 1,200 MVA transformer station and 22.2 km of 500 kV line, this is so far the largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia. The plant, which has been set up at an estimated cost of 20,000 billion dong, has been commissioned five months earlier than the scheduled date of completion due to joint efforts by the developers, logistics partners and equipment suppliers including LONGi.

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STI Norland - First dual-row tracker in the market

STI Norland - First dual-row tracker in the market

Developed in 2017, the STI-H250™ is consists of two linked torsion beams that rotate simultaneously following the sun's path. They are moved by just one motor, cutting supply and maintenance costs. STI-H250™ dual-row tracker includes backtracking mode to avoid shadowing between adjacent rows and stow function to protect the tracker in extreme wind conditions. For cleaning, vehicles can pass between trackers and each row can be placed in a different position.