Clenergy, CGN and New Energy Industry Alliance cooperate to develop new energy in Fujian Province, China
A tripartite strategic cooperation agreement to develop solar power (distributed energy generation) in Fujian was signed. Clenergy plans to build distributed power generation systems totalling from 200MW to 400MW in Fujian in the near future, starting with small and medium scale projects this year.
Clenergy recently signed an investment and development agreement to develop 100MW of PV projects in Lijiang City's Huaping County, Yunnan. This project is the first phase of Clenergy's and CGN Solar Energy's 300MW solar development commitment in Lijiang City.
– Recurrent Energy developed Kansas South and TA-High Desert generating stations to add 40 megawatts to the California power grid –
NRG Solar Acquires Large-Scale Solar Project on Guam from an Affiliate of Quantum Utility Generation, LLC
— 25.65 megawatt (AC) solar installation will reduce dependence on costly fuel imports, produce immediate cost savings and create cleaner environment for Guamanians beginning in 2014 —
Precise, non-contact dispensing improves quality and reliability of solar cells
Tigo Energy introduces new technology to increase string length by 30%--lowering BOS costs, and increasing the speed of installation
Patented feature is certified, complies with NEC code, and is shipping today
The Spider ST is a revolutionary ballasted roof mount that won the Department of Energy's 2012 Sun Shot award.
Accreditation indicates that IREC is in procedural compliance with ANSI's requirements.
SEIA applauds the Georgia PSC for recognizing the benefits Georgia stands to gain from a build-out of solar energy.
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF LAMINATED BUS BAR WITH MERSEN'S LATEST PROTECTION INTELLIGENT QUOTIENT (PIQ) QUIZ
Now viewable on mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets
New Stockton location expands SolarCity's services to homeowners & businesses in the San Joaquin region
Argosy Wind Power's turbine manufacturing competitor published misleading information to the media stating Argosy was blocked from selling wind turbines. Official court documents prove the sales ban announcement is false: karma smiles on Argosy as community wind turbine sales increase globally.
China, the world’s biggest maker of solar panels, plans to increase fivefold its installed solar capacity to more than 35 gigawatt by 2015 to support an industry faced with declining profits, slowing exports and a supply glut. The nation will add 10 gigawatt of solar-power capacity annually over the next three years, according to a statement from the State Council posted on the central government’s website today. The move will help reduce the industry’s reliance on exports and ease oversupply that contributed to a 20 percent plunge in the average price of solar panels last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. China will provide credit support to profitable photovoltaic manufacturers and encourage restructuring and overseas investment, according to the statement, which didn’t specify what period the government will consider to measure profitability. Risen Energy Co. (300118) jumped 10 percent, its daily limit and the most since Feb. 18, to 6.71 yuan in Shenzhen trading. Hareon Solar Technology Co. (600401) rose as much as 6.8 percent and traded 4.6 percent higher to 6.49 yuan as of 1:25 p.m. in Shanghai. “While the Chinese government is determined to boost the domestic market, it is not sufficient to eliminate oversupply,” said Wang Xiaoting, a Beijing-based analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “Panel prices will stay stable in 2013."
Ahead of Mexico's hotly anticipated energy reform David Pencheyna, President of the Senate Energy Commission, inaugurated the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress, highlighting the importance of renewables in Mexico's future energy mix.
MicroPower Global's highly efficient semiconductor chips could provide a solution to Boeing's recent difficulties with overheating leading to fires on their aircraft.
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