The cooperation focuses on research, demonstration and pilot projects in the areas of photovoltaics, solar thermal and hydrogen.
Building and expanding renewable energy installations in the wrong locations is costing EUR 45 billion in unnecessary investment ----- Potential savings on a magnitude of 4-5 times the annual investment in solar and wind power plant construction in Germany are possible
Schneider Electric has provided the electrical Balance of System for 85MW of solar power plants in France, in 10 different locations
Schneider Electric has the ability of executing many projects in parallel with a complex logistics thanks to optimized plug-and-play solutions that cover the entire electrical balance of system.
Unlocking DG Value: A PURPA-based approach to promoting DG growth, explores benefits that can be quantified and incorporated into the development of PURPA-based avoided cost rates.
Advances in Solamet® metallizations have doubled the efficiency of solar cells over the last 12 years
Inaugural Small Wind Month Celebrates Impact of This Vital Industry
NEI Corporation announced today that it is making Li10SnP2S12 – Lithium-Tin-Phosphorous-Sulfide (LSPS) available for sale in powder form. LSPS belongs to a family of "superionic" solids which conduct lithium-ions at room temperature.
It's a pivotal time for solar energy in the state of RI and one company has earned the right to build 3 of the 6 National Grid commercial solar projects in RI, as part of National Grid's Rhode Island Renewable Distribution General Standard Contract awards.
SMA is now taking orders for its new transformerless Sunny Boy 3000TL-US/4000TL-US/5000TL-US inverters designed specifically for the North American market.
Distributed energy leader Urban Green Energy unveils VisionAIRTM
Sun Concept, Ampulse, Evergreen, Solyndra: the long list of defunct solar companies is enough to give pause to anyone trying to enter the business. But at least one company, SolarCity, has been succeeding where so many others have failed. Its secret? Staying away from manufacturing and focusing on installation. SolarCity was founded in 2006 by Lyndon and Peter Rive, on the advice of their cousin, Elon Musk, the Paypal founder who went on to start Tesla Motors and SpaceX, and is enjoying something of a moment. Tesla Motors just posted its first quarterly profit. And SolarCity, which went public last January, has seen its stock more than triple. Instead of designing solar panels, the Rive brothers decided to find ways to get solar panels onto people’s roofs. They settled on a sort of lease arrangement: SolarCity installs the panels for free on customers’ roofs and then sells them the energy the panels produce for the next 20 years, at a rate lower than charged by the local utility. As the owner of the panels, SolarCity also reaps the valuable tax credits associated with clean-energy production. This business model, with high upfront costs for gradual returns spread out over decades, doesn’t lend itself to immediate profits. On Monday, the company posted a $31 million loss. So far investors seem patient. “The stock is outperforming the results,” an analyst for Raymond James & Associates told Bloomberg. Lyndon Rive, in an interview with CNN, pointed out the irony that as soon as SolarCity show a profit, it’ll be a warning sign that recurring revenue has outpaced installations and the company has stopped growing.
The UK continues to lead the world in the field of offshore wind, Not surprisingly All-Energy 2013 (Aberdeen, 22-23 May), the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference, looks seriously at this key sector of the renewables industry.
Doing Solar Business in the UK half day seminar will be held on 18 June in Novotel City Centre, Munich
Eclipsall Energy Corp. sponsors Team Ontario to build a net-zero+ solar home for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Preformed Line Products introduces the POWER MAX Ballasted Roof Mounting System. The POWER MAX solar mounting system is engineered to maximize energy output on commercial flat roofs. Developed with the professional installer in mind, this system offers adjustable inter-row spacing in the field of up to 11 inches. It features 50% fewer components and a simplified design resulting in faster assembly rates and labor savings on every project. Available in a flush mount, 5˚ or 10˚ tilt or higher density dual tilt design, the POWER MAX base arrives stacked on pallets providing easier transport to the roof. Engineered as a fully ballasted, non-penetrating system, it accepts standard concrete blocks and is qualified by wind tunnel testing.