New orders in France: Siemens Gamesa to supply 104 MW for five onshore projects

Since 1st October, Siemens Gamesa has secured orders for the supply, transport and installation of 39 wind turbines with aggregate capacity of 104 MW in France The orders include 22 SWT-3.2-113 turbines, nine G97-2.0 MW and eight SG 2.1-114 All the contracts include servicing agreements for the next 15 to 20 years

Biomass Industry's Number One Event in Tokyo Focuses on North Asia's Gigantic Biomass Power Market

CMT's 9th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power returns to Tokyo this 14-17 May with power-packed presentations on Japan and South Korea's biomass projects, global pellets trade as well as a site visit to URE biomass power plant.

PVinsights: Solar tumbled, hurt by fragile demand recovery

Although polysilicon suppliers attempted to leverage facility maintenance as a strategy to hold the prices, their attempts failed as major buyers remained conservative at procurement particularly and tried to control low inventory level ahead of the fiscal quarter end. Hence, for 2nd and 3rd tier polysilicon suppliers, who struggled the most from declined orders, the inventory pressure forced them to adapt aggressive pricing for stock clearance, resulting lowered price of polysilicon this week. Meanwhile, despite the declined polysilicon demand from multi-crystalline wafer makers, the demand for high-purity mono grade polysilicon remained solid as the major mono-crystalline wafer makers were still in its expansion phase. Hence, the drop of mono-grade polysilicon prices were relatively limited in contrast with the conventional ones. On the other hand, polysilicon prices in overseas were also set to dwindle further following the accelerated slump of polysilicon in China. Both Korean and American polysilicon suppliers could feel the tremendous selling pressure, as the utilization rates of non-China wafer makers remained depressed. Due to concerns over demand weakness as well as renewed fears that rapid output increase in China flood the market with worsening glut, overall benchmark of polysilicon prices plunged with downstream components.

Ice Energy Launches the Keep Your Cool™ Free HVAC Replacement and Energy Storage Program

Ice Energy, the leading provider of distributed thermal energy storage solutions for utilities, today announced the launch of the Keep Your Cool free HVAC replacement and energy storage program, available to qualified businesses in Orange County, California.


Situated on a former golf course, Shoreham will produce 24.9 MW AC of photovoltaic energy for the town of Brookhaven assisting the local utility, Long Island Power Authority, in reaching New York's 2030 fifty-percent clean energy goal.

GRC Annual Meeting & Expo 2018 - Exhibitor Registration Now Open!

Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting & Expo will be held Oct. 14-17 in Reno, Nevada, USA.

Solar Advocates Welcome Bills to Advance New Jersey's Clean Energy Economy

A3723 and S2314 Pave Path Forward for Residential, Community and Large-Scale Projects


The WLubeMon monitors that the right amount of lubricant is fed in the right time to the bearing - the fundamental criteria for reliable lubrication system.

Ampt String Optimizers Utilized by Rosendin Electric to Repower Utility-Scale PV System

Repowering of Five-Year-Old System Featured by Greentech Media in Webinar Shows 10+% Performance Increase and 30+% ROI

HOTSTART launches New Market Development Team dedicated to developing new technology for the renewable energy generation and storage market

The landscape of power generation is evolving as renewable energy sources become economically viable. Solar and wind power generation paired with battery energy storage systems are shifting the way on-site and distributed power is delivered to customers.

SolarEdge Launching First EV-Charging PV Inverter in Europe

Eco-friendly and economical EV charging utilizing grid and PV power

Canadian Solar Launches New Business Unit to Deliver Operations & Maintenance Services at Solar Asset Management and O&M Conference in San Francisco

"Our O&M business was born out of necessity to operate and maintain our own utility scale solar power plants in Ontario, Canada," said Dr. Shawn Qu, chairman and chief executive officer of Canadian Solar.

New York Makes Billion Dollar Commitment to Solar Energy

Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an unprecedented commitment to renewable energy. Awarding $1.4 billion, New York is now set to advance 26 large-scale renewable energy projects, including 22 utility-scale solar installations.

The Solar Industry Welcomes Legislation Encouraging More Solar Energy Development in Virginia

The measure, Senate Bill 966, encourages the growth of renewable energy in the Commonwealth by designating 5.5 gigawatts of solar and wind energy to be in the public interest and initiating a process to modernize the state's power grid to make adoption of renewables easier.

HoSt and Bio Global Industries (BGI) build strong multi-fuel boilers partnership in the UK

HoSt and Bio Global Industries (BGI) entered a strategic partnership agreement to jointly offer biomass and waste-fired boilers in the UK. This partnership results in a strong position in the UK market.

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