Fraunhofer ISE Charts the Efficiency of Different Types of Solar Cells
Anti-Dumping Fears and Further Corporate Casualties to Eliminate Competition for Market Survivors
PROINSO is launching solar kits for self-consumption and net metering
Bernreuter Research issues new report on companies, supply and demand
Production will be shut down soon at the Gaomi plant
Dow Corning Strengthens Global R&D Network, Expands Solar Solutions Lab to Support Customers in Greater China
New, Advanced Solar Energy Research and Testing Facility Drives Customers' Technology Development and Silicon-Based Innovation
Chaired by Dr. Makarand Chipalkatti, Senior Director, SSL & Emerging Markets Initiatives, OSRAM SYLVANIA, the 2nd annual Ecosystems for Solid State Lighting 2012 will bring together companies, government, investors and clean energy advocates and others to maximize future opportunities for integrating solid state lighting (SSL).
International Community to meet in Turkey to see how it is Using Wind Power to Reduce Reliance on Foreign
In a little over three weeks (16-17 October 2012), Istanbul will host up to 500 international renewable experts keen to find out how they can leverage the huge, untapped opportunities that the Turkish renewables market offers.
PV Insider confirmed the participation of San Francisco Water, Power, Sewer (SFPUC),Tucson Energy Power, Colorado Springs Utilities, SMUD and the Imperial Irrigation District at the 3rd Utility Scale PV Plant Optimization Summit USA (17-18 October, San Jose).
The PV mounting system manufacturer Clenergy's three-day appearance at the Solar Power International 2012 exhibition in Orlando (11th-13th September) was yet another successful step in its journey towards establishing itself in the PV markets of the US. Beside establishing substantial contact with a large number of new and interested distribution and retail partners Clenergy has presented its innovative new 3D software online tool PV-ezDesign and its new ground mount system PV-ezRack SolarTerrace I-B together with its current bestseller for ground mount and flat roofs.
TI introduces the first wide-input voltage, high-power LED driver with multiple dimming control modes
Versatile controller maximizes system efficiency, simplifies design and reduces cost
New Class of Graduates are Prepared to Enter the Green Jobs Workforce
A tiny solar company named SoloPower will flip the switch on production at a U.S. factory Thursday, a major step toward allowing it to tap a $197 million government loan guarantee awarded under the same controversial program that supported failed panel maker Solyndra. SoloPower has initiated a strategy to differentiate it from struggling commodity players in the solar panel industry. Still, there are several similarities between SoloPower and Solyndra - which became a lightning rod in the U.S. Presidential campaign this year after taking in more than $500 million in government loans and then filing for bankruptcy. Like Solyndra, SoloPower is a Silicon Valley start-up and uses the same non-traditional raw material in its solar panels. And, like its now-defunct peer, SoloPower is one of just four U.S. panel manufacturers to clinch loan guarantees under the Department of Energy's $35 billion program to support emerging clean energy technologies. The DOE payments to SoloPower will come on top of the $56.5 million SoloPower has collected in loans, tax credits and incentives from the state of Oregon and the city of Portland, where its first factory will be located.
Finland is holding a forum in Kajaani showcasing renewable energy resources for datacenters and cloud
A recent CSP Today webinar exclusively focused on the diversification opportunities for the CSP industry revealed the present situation of CSP and the action plan to be followed by the sector to grow despite adversity
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Under the slogan "engineered for greatness", the SF8 tracker aims to revolutionize the photovoltaic market with its new minimum 2x60 configuration and 4 to 6-strings. This tracker is elegantly designed while it reinforces its structure to perform in any terrain. In addition, the SF8 tracker increases the rigidity of its structure by 22% more than the previous generation of Soltec trackers, the SF7. The SF8 is specially designed for larger 72 and 78 cell modules, an increasing market trend.