On May 27, 2013, SGS was awarded a contract to conduct on-site owner's engineer and construction supervision services for the wind farm construction in Obrovac, Croatia.
AEG Power Solutions Launches Compact 880 kVA Central Solar Inverter for Utility-Scale Applications in Harsh Outdoor Environments
Its integrated power stack PV core enables an input DC voltage of up to 1,000 V and peak efficiencies of 98.7%
Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada to Design and Install Two Rooftop Solar PV Systems for the Municipality of Central Huron
The projects will use a total of more than 2,000 Panasonic Ontario-made solar panels and the system is expected to generate more than 800 MWh (megawatt hours) annually. Both solar PV systems are scheduled to be constructed by fall 2013.
Cupertino Electric Completes Two Utility-Scale Solar Projects for PG&E to Help Meet California Renewable Generation Goals
The 20 MW and 10 MW solar projects are the fourth and fifth in a series of projects that Cupertino Electric has designed and built for PG&E since 2011 under the utility's clean energy initiative.
Acquisition creates platform for continued growth
Higher yield, improved durability and lighter footprint characterize new polycrystalline module series.
Inverter Innovations for Next Generation
Alion Energy, an innovative installation and maintenance service company that uses automated technologies to optimize utility scale solar plants, today unveils ROVER and SPOT, a pair of patented robotic installation and cleaning technologies. Together, they enable the fastest construction and lowest EPC costs for utility scale solar while producing more energy than standard fixed-tilt projects.
In focus: synergies & growth in the niches of the solar industry.
New Global Alliance launched for first time in Europe
2012 market statistics released at Intersolar Europe by ESTIF, the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation
Strong solar thermal uptake vital to achieve 2020 targets
Genscape Announces Expansion of Real-Time Power Generation to Cover Slovakia; Now Monitors over 40% of Slovakia's Total Installed Capacity with up to 60% expected by August 2013
Genscape to Highlight Extensive Coverage of Eastern Europe at Energy Trading Central and South Eastern Europe Conference in Prague This Week
NEL deploys ZephIR 300 to steer industry guidance on power curve measurements, turbine micro-siting with CFD modelling, and to verify load measurements on key wind turbine components
The research is being carried out at the National Wind Energy Centre run by NEL from its Myres Hill test site.
New consortium fills training need for fleets
The world's largest exhibition for the solar industry and its partners gets underway
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