CIA Veteran Takes Solar Underground with Sun Bandit

Decorated CIA Veteran, Survival Specialist Deploys Solar PV with Battery Back-up -- and Sun Bandit's PV-Powered Water Heating System -- to Drive Energy Independence and Off-Grid Survival Capabilities for Suburban Subterranean Home

Iron Edison Powers Western Canada's Largest Off-Grid Pure Solar Project

Lithium Iron battery provides cost savings, remote monitoring capability, long life at telecom sites

INTERSOLAR EUROPE EXHIBITION SPACE 80% BOOKED

Topics surrounding the new energy world open up new market opportunities

NEXTracker Achieves #1 Solar Tracker Global Market Share, According to GTM Research

NEXTracker is Deployed in More Than 150 Solar Power Systems Worldwide

Ice Energy Introduces the Ice Cub: First Consumer Cooling and Heating Solution with Integrated Energy Storage for the Home

New residential ice storage system delivers clean, cost-effective and energy-efficient cooling and heating while optimizing solar PV usage

SEPA Members Glimpse Possible Energy Future in Australia

Country's booming solar-plus-storage market grows without federal incentives

Final rule issued by BLM makes wind development on public land less likely

"Unfortunately, based on our preliminary review, for this Administration and the majority of Americans who support expanding wind energy in the U.S., this final rule makes federal lands even less attractive to wind energy developers. This will add time, uncertainty, complexity, and expense to a process that was already more difficult than developing on private lands."

SEIA Releases Diversity Best Practices Guide for the Solar Industry

Complete with recruitment best practices, leadership tips and retention advice, SEIA's Community Engagement Committee designed this guide to assist solar companies with the practical application and implementation of diversity initiatives.

PVinsights: China solar panels rebound offset by the correction in the US

Solar panel prices increase slightly with the partial increasing prices in lower-priced regions but the decreasing in the US. Upstream solar cells have surged more than 20% since October, but such increase in material costs did not reflect on the prices of solar panel that continue to squeeze the margins out of the makers. However, with the erosion of margins, solar panel suppliers in the lower-priced regions, such as China and India, eventually increase the prices successfully recently, but the increasing is still limited because the demand is not strong enough. Meanwhile, in the US, where solar panels are priced relatively higher, are being pressured, following the rising speculation of stagnate US demand and the uncertain atmosphere around the Presidential Election.

2016 Project of Distinction Winners Announced

The award recognizes the best photovoltaic projects in the Midwest

Government support for offshore wind creates massive economic opportunity for Britain

RenewableUK says today's Government announcement of the next round of competitive auctions to support offshore wind will provide a boost for British industry.

30.2 PERCENT EFFICIENCY-- NEW RECORD FOR SILICON-BASED MULTI-JUNCTION SOLAR CELL

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE together with the Austrian company EV Group (EVG) have successfully manufactured a silicon-based multi-junction solar cell with two contacts and an efficiency exceeding the theoretical limit of silicon solar cells.

SEIA Statement on Defeat of Florida Constitutional Amendment 1

Election returns show that voters in Florida have rejected the anti-solar Amendment 1 ballot initiative. Following is a statement from Tom Kimbis, interim president of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), on the election results:

Antaisolar at the Myanenergy 2016

Myanenergy 2016 is set to stimulate the energy sector in Myanmar by bring together over 150 international brands, and a technical seminar was held on 5th Nov.

SMA Solar Technology AG Reaches 10 GW of Installed Inverter Capacity in North America

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Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.