Dow Corning's next-generation conductive adhesive is combined with Tianwei's MWT technology to deliver high efficiency and durable back-contact modules.
Inovateus Solar LLC, acting as the Engineering Consultant, has been working with IMPA to attain the best design solution.
A global investment index backed by Britain, the United States and the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), will measure and rank the investment climate for clean energy in developing countries, International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced today.
Company President Discusses Zero-Down Leasing for Distributed Wind Projects
FERC Announces Rule Changes to Facilitate More Efficient Interconnections for Small Renewable Energy Systems
"The changes will enable utilities to more effectively process applications for small generators, while maintaining the safety and reliability of the interconnection process - critically important as the country begins to experience a greater penetration of renewables on transmission and distribution circuits."
Program for San Diego County Residents Set to Dim at Year's End
This revision specifically adds energy storage to the category of resources eligible to interconnect to the power grid under the Small Generator Interconnection Procedures (SGIP) and/or Fast Track Process.
Africa: Schneider Electric inaugurate a technology for producing electricity, drinking water and heat simultaneously
MiCROSOL simultaneously produces 50 MWh/year of electricity, 1,000 m3/year of drinking water, and around 800 MWh/year of thermal energy --- Kenya will be pilot country for the industrialization and commercialization
14th Forum Solarpraxis comes to a successful conclusion
Plug Power to Participate in UK Webinar on Adoption of Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Material Handling Industry
Discussion Will Cover Commercial Progress of Fuel Cells and Prospects for Further Growth in U.S. and European Markets
An integral component of California's future electric grid
ZephIR Lidar's industry-leading, turbine-mounted Dual Mode (DM) system has been deployed by developers Renewable Energy Systems Ltd. (RES) in a first-of-its-kind commercial investigation into lidar-generated turbine performance measurements.
GE's 2.5-120 Wind Turbine Generates Power to Help Meet the Energy Needs of Approximately 2,000 German Homes ---Investor is Max Bögl Wiesner Gmbh ---The 2.5-120's Advanced Control Technology and a Specially Designed Hybrid Tower Configuration Make It Advantageous for Low Wind Locations
The boom in solar energy in the US in recent years? You haven’t seen anything yet. The pipeline of photovoltaic projects has grown 7% over the past 12 months andnow stands at 2,400 solar installations that would generate 43,000 megawatts(MW), according to a report released today by market research firm NPD Solarbuzz. If all these projects are built, their peak electricity output would be equivalent to that of 43 big nuclear power plants, and enough to keep the lights on in six million American homes. Only 8.5% of the pipeline is currently being installed, with most of it still in the planning stages. Some projects will inevitably get canceled or fail to raise financing. But there’s reason to believe that a good chunk of these solar power plants and rooftop installations will get built over the next two years. That’s because a crucial US tax break for renewable energy projects is set to fall from 30% to 10% at the end of 2016. So there will be a rush to get projects online. In 2012, for instance, wind developers installed a record 13,131 MW as a key tax credit was set to expire, accounting for 42% of all new US electricity capacity that year. (The US Congress subsequently renewed the tax break for another year.)
Did you know that Joyce solar actuators and motorized jacks are used to reliably track the sun on six continents? More and more customers are relying on the full line of solar jacks and actuators Joyce provides to deliver high quality service year after year.
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.