What is the Cheapest Form of Energy?

Cheap renewable energy and low-priced batteries are anticipated to lead to wind and solar producing 50 percent of the world's electricity generation by 2050.

Wind and Solar Call for PTC & ITC Safe Harbor Due to Coronavirus

Supply chain disruptions and other issues related to the pandemic have manufacturers and green energy companies worried their projects in development won't be able to benefit from tax credits set to expire at the end of this year.

Tigo's Integrated Optimizers in Residential Solar

With Tigo's TS4-A-O (Optimization Add-ons) units, the system complies with California's mandated NEC 2017 rapid shutdown requirements. This customer also has module-level monitoring with full visibility into his system via Tigo SMART Website & App.

Wire Management: Materials, New Module Geometries and the NEC

The trends with the biggest impact that we are seeing all revolve around the design of module frames. There are a number of module manufacturers who have reduced the length of the flange found on the underside of a typical module frame.

Upcoming Webinars - PV Mounting in Asphalt and Metal Roofs

This is a Technical webinar with tips on installing both rail-less and rail option Roof Tech systems. Building a long lasting array and code compliance are important topics.

What is the Safest Energy for the Future?

Energy's deathprint is the number of people killed by one kind of energy or another per kWhr produced. Coal is the worst. According to the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, and the National Academy of Science.

AltEnergymag - Exhibitor Insights and News from NABCEP (Part 2)

NABCEP 2020 CE Conference has been postponed till July 6th, 2020. Below is information from several companies who plan to exhibit at this years show. NABCEP Insights from Morningstar, LG & Enphase.

New Technology Will Revolutionize Hydropower

Renewable power is right at our fingertips. With the help of new technology, water bodies like oceans, lakes and rivers can provide a substantial amount of clean electricity.

AltEnergymag - Exhibitor Insights and News from NABCEP (Part 1)

NABCEP 2020 CE Conference has been postponed till July 6th, 2020. Below is information from several companies who plan to exhibit at this years show. NABCEP Insights from Panasonic Solar, Tigo Energy & RBI Solar.

Addressing Finance Challenges Facing Large Solar Projects

The current solar project finance model typically requires project developers to sell their assets to aggregators in order to have enough liquid capital to develop the next project and cover operational overhead.

Robotic Assistance and the Future of Energy Sustainability

We already know that robotics can help protect our oceans in a number of ways, from improving wastewater treatment to improving fuel efficiency on ships. Thus, it makes sense that robotic assistance can have a positive impact on the sustainable energy sector.

Care and Maintenance of Flooded Deep Cycle Battery Banks

The first session will provide an intermediate overview covering battery selection for various residential & commercial installations, proper system sizing and installation. The second session will continue this discussion. NABCEP Booth #43

California Ramping Up Its Reliance on Geothermal

After years of being overshadowed by solar and wind, geothermal is set to become a major player in California's renewable energy. Here is how geothermal is growing in California right now.

The Progression of the Energy Industry in 2020

People have realized that they can take control of their energy in lots of other ways. With their smart devices and a little bit of planning, consumers can now make money on their energy use, while simultaneously keeping the grid stable.

How Digital Marketing Can Grow Your Solar Business

Any solar business who wants to stand out from their competition will have to embrace digital marketing as it is a powerful tool to use to connect with customers.

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