The Indianapolis International Airport (IND) Solar Farm will be 12.5MW DC
Research company's figures show contrast this year between strong growth in photovoltaic installations and sharp fall in new wind capacity added
Held to commemorate the federation's centenary, these awards recognize the world's best engineering projects of the last 100 years.
"Across the world, new markets for solar PV are emerging, propelled by government incentives, including tenders for large-scale contracts, feed-in-tariff (FIT) schemes and self-consumption support"
KYOCERA Supplies 3.6 MW of Solar Modules for "Kizuna" Solar Park in Tsunami-hit Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
Utility-scale solar power plant owned and operated by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. goes online to support reconstruction effort
Solar power capacity is set to overtake wind for the first time this year, as a slowdown in the world’s two largest wind markets, China and the U.S., clear the way for a growing solar market, according to a report released Thursday. Clean energy news and data provider Bloomberg New Energy Finance forecast new onshore and offshore wind farms to add 33.8 gigawatts and 1.7 gigawatts, respectively, to global power markets. That compares with an estimated 36.7 gigawatts of new photovoltaic, or PV, capacity, the first year in which solar power will add more megawatts than wind. “The dramatic cost reductions in PV, combined with new incentive regimes in Japan and China, are making possible further, strong growth in volumes,” said Jenny Chase, head of solar analysis at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “Europe is a declining market, because many countries there are rapidly moving away from incentives, but it will continue to see new PV capacity added.” Wind may be down but not out. Wind installations will shrink by nearly 25% in 2013 to their lowest level since 2008, due to the slowdowns in the U.S. and China caused by policy uncertainty, BNEF said.
Baker Electric Solar is pleased to announce it's taking its solar message to the streets with fleet vehicle branding. Five new installation trucks and 10 trailers are now 24/7 outdoor billboards for Baker Electric Solar.
(i) License for Bus Module Assembly as well as (ii) Supply of Fuel Cell Stacks
Microinverter leader brings free trainings, customer presentations, product demonstrations to Netherlands' largest clean energy event
Analog Devices Sets New Standard in Mixed-Signal Control Processors Revolutionizing Industrial Motor and Solar Inverter Designs
ADSP-CM40x integrates the industry's highest precision A/D converter and fastest ARM Cortex-M4 to meet the stringent performance demands of next-generation industrial control and electrical grid equipment
Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has been working behind the scenes in Washington and Beijing to resolve the current conflict and head off an escalation of trade sanctions.
Report Charts Course Towards Reaching DOE SunShot Targets by 2020
Unique Program Reduces Costs for Customers by About $7500 Each, Making Solar Power More Affordable and Attractive To Homeowners
Czech Electricity Transmission System Operator, EPS, Implements Situational Intelligence for Grid Visualization and Analysis
Space-Time Insight Software Powers Solution Developed by Unicorn Systems
The Rudolph/Libbe Companies, based in Walbridge, Ohio, is ranked 105th among Solar Power World's "Top 250 Solar Contractors" and 45th among the "Top 50 Commercial Solar Contractors" for 2013.
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