Utility solar project announcements surged to 11.2 GW in the first half of 2019, with 6.2 GW contracted in Q2 alone. In addition to the utility solar pipeline growth, residential solar deployment rebounded from the same period last year.
Panasonic will have many exciting products on display, including our new high efficiency HIT+ module lineup as well as our AC module. Additionally, we will have our energy storage products on display with new features and enhancements for the growing stationary ESS market.
This year, Tigo will display the new TS4-A (Advanced Retrofit/Add-on) series including the new product launch of the TS4-A-2F (Fire Safety for 2 Modules) at SPI. Visit us at Booth #5347!
We are starting to see the demand for lithium batteries increase in this market, so Trillium Intelligent Lithium batteries will be a huge focus for the booth. Booth #7047
Sun Xtender's Group 31 container now features a flat top with flexible handles for easier installation. These new flat tops will accommodate over the top wiring, hold down bars, and effortless terminal wiring. Booth #3316
The addition of IronRidge and Quick Mount PV to current Esdec company, EcoFasten, creates the largest solar mounting systems group in the U.S., representing more than 60% share of the residential market.
Our featured product, the QuickBOLT with Microflashing® has been sweeping the nation. The more installers that see how it works, the more will reap the benefits on how easy and fast they are to install. This year we will be showing the new improved version. Booth #4232
During SPI 2019, HPS will be exhibiting energy efficient VPI & Cast resin transformers, line reactors and transformer-inverter integrated demo. Booth #4720
Scientists may have created a solution that will allow people in developed and developing countries to make drinkable water out of otherwise unpotable seawater through a process called solar desalination.
Our Energy Storage Partner (ESP) program has now expanded to 18 battery brands, and many of them will be on display in our booth including Trojan, SimpliPhi and Discover. Booth #4629
Solar Power International, ESI & North America Smart Energy Week will take place in Salt Lake City, UT September 23rd - 26th. This AltEnergyMag.com Special Tradeshow report aims to bring you news, articles and products from this years event.
Our team will be exhibiting our new Dahlia™ fixed-tilt mounting system. This is a low tilt, low clearance design, aimed to create the highest module density on a given site. The system is typically orientated 4-high in portrait. Booth #837
The American Solar Energy Society and Solar United Neighbors team up to launch the nation's largest tour of solar homes
Comparing the first half year supply and demand of Guarantees of Origin for 2019 with comparable figures in 2018, shows supply is growing by 14 TWh while demand grew significantly faster, with 60 TWh.
With over 20,000 solar professionals, 700 exhibitors, and more than 300,000 square feet of expo hall space, navigating North America Smart Energy Week can be a real challenge.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
What if you could maximize the Ground Coverage Ratio (GCR) on your next project and not have to worry about the complicated variables that come with a tracker system? With a low tilt and clearance design, Dahlia® has the highest GCR of any fixed-tilt system in the marketplace. The system is available in three tilt options (7.5, 10 and 12.5 degrees) and designed to accommodate any sized PV module. The lightweight system is engineered with fewer components, several of which are shipped to job sites pre-assembled. This design feature reduces freight costs and rapidly trims the amount of on-site installation time required to complete construction. Maximizing PV coverage on a site can lead to an increase of production, which creates greater financial return for project owners. Over 100 MW of Dahlia® projects have been deployed across the United States, in regions of variable snow and wind loads. How much can Dahlia® cover and save you on your next project?