Administration Announcing More than $120 Million to Scale Up Clean Energy in 15 States
Enphase to provide comprehensive O&M services and field commissioning for Safari's new PV systems supporting commercial real estate customers ---O&M services agreement includes servicing over 60 commercial scale systems in more than 15 states across the U.S. ---For more information, visit enphase.com/energy-services
Launched at SPI 2015, New 'Mono X NeON 72' Joins Flagship 'NeON 2' Ultra-Efficient Module Series
SPI 15 - SMK Electronics to Showcase One Step 'Snap to Lock' PV Module Connectors at Solar Power International 2015
PV-03 Photovoltaic Module Connectors make solar power installation quicker, more reliable and less expensive
SPI 15 - Enphase Energy Services Announces 100% System Availability O&M Offering for Commercial Systems
Delivering higher return on investment, increased cash flow and a reduced risk profile for commercial systems
At Solar Power International, ABB demonstrates the industry's most comprehensive product portfolio from utility scale to residential solar operations in the U.S. and worldwide.
Fresh on the heels of Solar Power International, Circular Energy is Introducing Kilowatt, Megawatt, and Gigawatt O&M Packages for Solar Installs
7 MW energy storage facility to improve power quality for local utility
Patented T1 tracker offers state-of-the-art performance with fixed rack simplicity, targets the commercial market
SPI 15 - VARTA Flex System's Lithium-ion Battery Pack and Battery Management System Targets Commercial Demand Response Participation Programs
Commercial Lithium-ion Battery System Boasts a Life Expectancy of 12,000 Charge Cycles
Success and Challenges in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
SPI 15 - The Burden Film Shows Security Risk of Climate Change and Military Demand for Clean Energy Solutions
The U.S. military is waging war against the greatest threat to American prosperity, security and lives: fossil fuel dependence. "There is demand for clean energy solutions," recently offered Roger Sorkin, award-winning director of The Burden film documenting the high costs of guarding oil. His chilling but uplifting documentary, which has been used by NATO and U.S. military for training, screens on September 15 at 4:30 Pacific Time at #SPICon. The Burden: Fossil Fuel, the Military and National Security is a 40 minute film depicting the immediate risk climate change poses to our national security, why the military is leading the fight for clean energy, and how the U.S. defense energy industry will empower the world to embrace a 21st century global clean energy economy. Only at SPICon the film is followed by a high-powered panel of veterans and clean energy trendsetters who have lived the story, created the policy, forged the breakthrough deals and driven change past the finish line. In room 204B meet the panelists: Moderator Jon Powers, Iraq War Veteran Managing Director, Bloom Energy & Former White House Chief Sustainability Officer And speaker(s): Leilani Münter, Carbon Free Race Car Driver Kevin Johnson, Iraq War Veteran Managing Director, Canadian Solar Michael Baskin, Iraq/Afghanistan War Veteran Veteran Talent and DOD Energy Lead, Assignment to SunShot Initiative, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Micah Myers, Iraq/Afghanistan War Veteran: F/A TOPGUN Pilot Senior Vice President of Revenue, Clean Power Finance Robert Griffin, SES Executive Director, Department of the Navy Renewable Energy Program Office
See both the Ground Mount XL and the Phantom XL Lo-Pro at Booth #518 at this year's SPI.
Sunmodule XL bifacial solar panel produces as much as 25 percent more power than conventional solar panels
SPI 15 - New Bloomberg New Energy Finance Report Forecasts Strong, Steady Solar Growth -- with the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) Extended
Developers will scramble to complete projects with contracts based on the current credit before the end of next 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.