Grupo Clavijo begins supplying trackers for a 40 MW photovoltaic installation in Chile, and opens an office in the capital.
MW installation in the Chilean region of Atacama, with Greenwood Biosar Chile Spa (Aktor Group) acting as the main EPC contractor.
Commercial Solar Interests Sneak Property Tax Exemption Extension into State Budget Deal, Despite Fact Extension Doesn't Expire until 2017 and Solar is Booming
OSRAM SYLVANIA, Xicato, Qualcomm, the American Lighting Association and more will share their vision for the future of solid state lighting at Smithers Apex's LEDs and the SSL Ecosystem 2014: Lighting in the Information Age. This 15th annual conference and exhibition will take place September 22-24, 2014 at the Hyatt Cambridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
3RD GLOBAL MORINGA MEET 2014 is an international conference dedicated to the latest advancements in the science, technology and advancements in research, commercialization solutions and much more!
Due to the US preliminary countervailing case ruling, Chinese module companies cut procurement of Taiwanese cells. However, Taiwanese cell companies still maintain fairly high production utilization.
SolarCity is already the largest installer of residential solar panels in the United States. Now the company is going a step further, buying up solar manufacturer Silevo and planning to build one of the world's biggest solar-panel factories in upstate New York. The immediate goal here is vertical integration. The company, which was co-founded by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, wants to handle all aspects of the solar supply chain, from design to manufacturing to sales to installation. It's basically the Apple model — only for solar panels. But SolarCity's ultimate aspiration is to drive down prices dramatically. In a call on Tuesday, Musk said that the aim was "to have solar power compete on an unsubsidized basis with fossil-fuel energy from the grid." (The company was also founded by brothers Lyndon and Peter Rive, who currently run it.) Is that doable? SolarCity has had success with its current business model — offering rooftop solar systems at no upfront cost to customers who make monthly payments spread out over many years. The company now handles 25 percent of all US residential solar installations — and is aiming for 1 million customers by 2018. This latest move means SolarCity will be able to produce its own panels for these systems and try to lower its costs even further.
The Fronius USA Service Provider training program is a valuable and informative training platform.
Pilot Study Tracks Big Returns for Recycling Braking Energy and Offering Grid Support
SEIA, NECEC Endorse Massachusetts's Precedent-setting Legislation to Eliminate Solar Net Metering Cap
SEIA supports the legislation as it immediately relieves a short-term bottleneck on solar projects in Massachusetts by removing the caps on net metering
New mounting systems and clamps
World's Largest Mobile Solar Powered Generator Ready for Remote, Off-Grid Demonstrations
RGS Energy's Sunetric Designs and Deploys Its First Solar-to-Grid Curtailment Solution on the Island of Kauai
Solar Solution Provides Energy Curtailment to Overcome Utility Grid Saturation Concerns
Details Available on SolarCity's Blog; Elon Musk, Peter Rive and Lyndon Rive to Discuss Live at 10 AM ET / 7 AM PT
4.5 Megawatt Array at DuPont in Cernay, France, Features Advanced Materials
Government Policies Keep the US and Canada among the World's Leaders for Renewable Power Generation, says GlobalData
Canada has invested approximately $5 billion in ecoEngery program to drive hugely impressive renewable energy projects In the US, most states have set targets to produce between 10% and 20% of their energy from renewable sources by specified dates from 2015 onwards,' says analyst
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