Trimark's T1-S SCADA stabilizes generation even during fast ramping generation increases
On Tuesday, Aug. 15, the International Trade Commission will hold its first hearing on Suniva's petition for tariffs and price floors, which if successful could devastate the American solar industry.
For David Katz, it was a long and winding road from his days as co-founder of the off-grid solar industry in 1979 to choosing Roof Tech's E Mount AIR® to install solar panels on his own home in 2017.
SunLink Corporation, a full-scope solar energy solutions provider, announced today the appointment of Martin Lynch as chief operating officer. In his new role as COO, Lynch brings more than 30 years' experience across hardware and software engineering, operations, finance, product strategy and talent development to scale and optimize SunLink's overall operations amidst the company's rapid growth and evolution into an energy solutions leader.
Timothy Cama for The Hill: A bipartisan group of senators is expressing "deep concern" over a federal agency considering potential trade penalties for imported solar panel technology.
World's leading solar cell technology researched, developed and tested in California
"We are committed to delivering reliable, cost-effective, and sustainable energy to all customers," states Tom Stanzione, Manager of Distributed and Renewable Power at Thompson.
Kinematics Manufacturing Incorporated (KMI) first to meet NEXTracker's demanding component lifetime reliability requirements.
Bipartisan Group of 69 Lawmakers Urge Feds To Oppose Punitive Tariffs That Would Gut U.S. Solar Industry
House, Senate members say tens of thousands of U.S. jobs at risk in Suniva case before the International Trade Commission
Annette Choi for VOX: A model predicts the impact of the eclipse on the national solar energy supply will be greatest at 13:40 PM on August 21 while the eclipse is passing over Wyoming.
The Beaver Creek wind farm is expected to create 150 temporary construction jobs.
Polysilicon prices in RMB took a breather that the surge were slowing down after a lackluster China trading and as buyers awaited for more clues on downstream demand and maintenance impact, while the price quotes in USD showed a bigger increase supported by strengthening RMB. Two earthquakes hit Sichuan and Xinjiang overnight, rumors circled in the market that the earthquake would further reduce the polysilicon production, trying to boosting the prices to another rally. However, as both of the epicenters were at least 400 km away from the closest polysilicon factories and the production has been confirmed by suppliers without any impact, the earthquake would not raise another rally in the market. In overseas market, the polysilicon prices extended its gain but capped by resilient buyers as there was no supply shortage and the utilization rates remained low.
Megawatt-scale systems available with three different battery technologies
Residential Installers to Receive a Bonus for Installations from August through Year's End
This year we will be demonstrating how our products work by attaching them to mock roofs. Installers will also be able to speak directly with our Sales team to learn more about new products.
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