Maintains top spot for ninth consecutive year
Duke surpasses 100 MW milestone in commercial solar energy generation
Drag and Drop™ capability enabled installation to be completed in record time
AsiaWorld-Expo October 28-31
The website boasts over 10,000 independent ratings and reviews of solar installers across the country.
Yingli managed to increase its merchant shipment volumes by 43 percent year-over-year
Commerce Department finds Chinese solar importers are misreporting, underreporting merchandise to evade duties
Commerce memo to U.S. Customs and Border Protection asks for closer review as well as potential enforcement
Focuses exclusively on larger facilities and does not include energy generated by net-metered installations.
Gstarsoft released a brand new CAD platform, GstarCAD8, which not only realized the core technology independence but also enhanced the speed, stability and compatibility greatly, delivering to CAD users a new user interaction experience.
Reflects rapidly growing market for methanol-fuelled solutions
First Solar is buying an under-the-radar startup called TetraSun to add expertise around silicon solar cell manufacturing to its technology portfolio, which until now has focused on using the material cadmium telluride to make solar cells. The Arizona-based thin film solar giant announced the pending acquisition on Tuesday during its analyst day — its first since 2009 — in which it laid out a persuasive technology and business development plan for the next five years. Investors liked what they heard and pushed the company’s stock up by nearly 50 percent during trading. So why TetraSun? Apparently Silicon Valley-based TetraSun has some disruptive silicon cell designs that set it apart from the rest of the silicon solar companies. Its designs require fewer manufacturing steps to produce conventional silicon cells, and eliminates the need for silver and transparent conductive oxide. Silver is used to transport electricity produced by the cells, while the oxide is a coating that protects the cells and helps the semiconductor material (such as silicon or cadmium telluride) to grab the light more effectively to produce electricity. First Solar claims that TetraSun’s cells also can perform better in hot climates than conventional silicon cells. That feature will make solar panels with TetraSun’s cells more desirable in places like the Middle East and India, two markets with a lot of potentials for growth. First Solar says it plans to start making TetraSun’s cells in the second half of 2014.
Pearl Valley Cheese Co., based in Fresno, Ohio, is going green with an energy-saving power system that runs on cheese manufacturing waste water. Designed and installed by GEM Energy, of Walbridge, Ohio, the system promises to save Pearl Valley Cheese more than $40,000 per year in electricity costs.
ABB's latest innovation has potential to save energy and reduce emissions – equivalent to the electric consumption of 1.4 million US households and 4 million tons of CO2 – and help to prevent blackouts
Schletter's second-annual Solar Roadshow, which focuses on commercial and utility-scale solar applications, travels to the southeast with stops in Nashville on April 22, Charlotte on April 23, and Atlanta on April 25.
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