The Largest Energy Trade Show - Solar Power International

With over 20,000 solar professionals, 700 exhibitors, and more than 300,000 square feet of expo hall space, navigating North America Smart Energy Week can be a real challenge.

Newly Formed Strategic Solar Sourcing Equips Small And Medium Size Companies To Compete In Solar

The newly formed Strategic Solar Sourcing will provide enterprise-quality, supply chain services and products for residential and C&I solar installers, developers, EPCs, and other solar professionals with direct-to-manufacturer pricing without the need for large purchases.

Neutrinovoltaic Technology: Solar Cells That Don't Need Light

The neutrinovoltaic technology developed by the Neutrino Energy Group derives electrical energy from neutrinos, which are invisible particles that bombard the Earth in roughly equal numbers every moment of every day.

Wind powers opportunity: American Wind Week 2019 kicks off August 11

During Wind Week, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) and supporters of wind energy highlight the many ways that wind powers opportunity at dozens of events across the country and online with #AmericanWindWeek.

HUB SB20 Energy Management and Storage System

As many industry technology integrators are learning, energy management solutions should no longer be considered as an add-on after the project. Instead, this category should now be viewed as a necessary part of the infrastructure, along with the network and control system.

Mitigating Frost Upheaval with Earth Anchor Mounting System

This technology allows a project to mitigate a lot of the typical pain points which are usually associated with solar ground mount installs making it faster and cheaper to install and with fewer assets required.

Benefits of Combining EV Charger and PV Inverters

We saw that by combining EV charging and solar production into one integrated solution, we could improve the way energy is produced and consumed. In addition, it made sense to embed an EV charger in an inverter as both verticals share similar customers.

How are Tariffs Impacting the Wind Energy Industry?

As things stand right now, the wind energy industry isn't going anywhere but it will continue to struggle under these steel tariffs. If it costs more to build wind turbines, it will cost more to generate electricity and those costs will be passed on to the consumer.

Corporate Solar Investments Surge in United States, Report Finds

This year's report contains data from both on-site and off-site installations, tracking more than 7,000 MW of installed solar capacity across 35,000 projects, up from 2,500 MW and 7,000 projects in the 2017 report.

Literal Solar Farms - When Agriculture and Solar Meet

The Nebraska-based business FarmAfield recently made headlines by winning a $200,000 federal grant to explore the feasibility of PV-integrated shade structures for cattle feedlots.

Gov. Cuomo announces largest procurement of offshore wind power in US history

The projects selected today are expected to begin offshore construction in late 2022 and be completed by 2024.

Four Reasons the Long Tail Installer Will Win

Independent contractors should be very confident their solar installation businesses are competitive with national solar installers and that their businesses are the future of residential solar.

POWER MAX™ Ballasted Roof Mounting System

The modular design simplifies roof layouts and product ordering while stackable components reduce shipping volume and provide easy transport of materials to the roof.

Emerging Methods for Wind Turbine Operation and Maintenance

With the robust growth in the wind energy market, industry players have increased their focus on the optimization of O&M cost and aiming to sharpen their O&M strategies.

Solar power system that works at night a renewable energy game-changer

An innovative thermal battery being developed by Curtin University researchers will be key to a solar power system capable of producing electricity overnight.

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Shoals Technologies Group -  Inventing Simple® - From the Back of the Glass to the Inverter

Shoals Technologies Group - Inventing Simple® - From the Back of the Glass to the Inverter

Inventing Simple® isn't just a slogan to us, it's a way of life. Using simple plug-and-play ideology, we revolutionized solar installations in 2003 with our Interconnect System™. Our harnessing system is now the gold standard EPC's use around the world. By using simple ideas, we are making solar energy a more affordable and clean power source for future generations.