300 GWp of global installed photovoltaic capacity / Photovoltaic expansion is booming due to low prices / Solar power is already profitable without financial support in over 30 countries
Solar panel prices continue to drop slightly this week. Although the demand in Japan and India remains solid in near term, such demand still hard to reverse the downward price trend due to the competition initiated by major suppliers. In China, although many anticipate for installation rush before the FiT deadline June 30th, currently there is no any sign indicates that the demand has significantly jumped. In Japan and India, under the traditional hot season, major suppliers are still competing on prices to bid the orders with a mild descent. On the other hand, solar panel prices in EU, US, and he emerging countries are comparatively more pressurized. The persistent competition among major module players is resulted in lowing tariff rates for recently released PV projects. As the result, overall solar panel prices this week continue to drop.
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The report, entitled "Microgrids: Expanding Applications, Implementations, and Business Structures," also details the key opportunities and barriers to ongoing expansion in the sector, along with mini-case studies of the different business models.
Groups Applaud LIPA, Governor Cuomo for Historic Action Advancing Nation's Largest Offshore Wind Project
Local, state and national organizations hailed this project as an essential first step towards a bold, long-term, large scale offshore wind program for New York
Peter Koekoek for Daily Planet: A new web-based tool provides free access to accurate data about the solar power potential of your location – or any other part of the world. Recent research has revealed how Americans across the political aisle are united by renewable energy. Roughly the same amount of people with rooftop solar power installations are Republicans and Democrats. But geographically, not all places on the planet equally suitable for solar power – and that does not only include the amount of solar radiation that reaches the surface. The air temperature and terrain elevation may also impact how well solar equipment will fare in a particular area. In some regions, less solar panels are needed to generate the same amount of power compared to other areas. The Global Solar Atlas now provides you with a colourful world map that allows zooming in on areas of up to one kilometre. Cont'd...
Urban Health Plan (UHP) is a network of community health centers based in the South Bronx and Queens. In 2014, UHP built the Simpson Pavilion, a state-of-the-art LEED-certified facility, to increase its services to patients in the South Bronx.
Leading solar tracking provider also honored with the Solar System Innovation of the Year Award at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi
Eos Welcomes Siemens as Aegis Partner to Support Integration of Utility-Scale Energy Storage
Similar to the S&P 500 Index, the Solar Stock Index is a market cap weighted composite index.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry, announced today that NEXTracker, a leading single-axis tracker supplier worldwide, has joined SEIA's board of directors.
Ecoark Holdings, Inc. Announces Service Partnership with Sunworks, Inc. for Retail Solar Installations
Ecoark Holdings, Inc. announces a service partnership with Sunworks, Inc., a leading provider of solar power solutions, which will include Sunworks within Ecoark's suite of sustainable technologies, broadening the company's portfolio with solar products suited for large-scale, retail clients.
Right at the end of the year the SolarMax Group realised a 10-MW reference project, marking a successful conclusion to the 2016 business year.
GES decision to improve the PV activity has led to the completion of 150 MW in 2016. The company is in final negotiation of 60 MW for the first part of the year
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