Redflow reduces ZBM battery cost by over 50% and drops below grid price

Redflow, the Australian provider of energy storage flow batteries, has announced that it has decreased its zinc-bromide battery (ZBM) cost by 50% through technology improvements and a stronger manufacturing relationship with Flextronics. The company is now able to offer its naked ZBM product at a cost of US$20c per kWh throughput, down from US$48c just 6 months ago. With this dramatic reduction, energy from Redflow's ZBM product drops below grid price.

KYOCERA, SunCommon and Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure Introduce an Innovative Community Solar Array Program in Vermont

Program expands access to solar power for a wider audience

Klein Tools Announces 2015 Electrician of the Year Regional Winners

Six regional winners selected for their dedication to improving the trade and their community; one will receive a customized 2015 Ford F-150 XLT Crew Cab when named Electrician of the Year

Younicos launches Y.Cube, a plug-and-play storage system

New system meets the needs of today's energy market with an optimized all-in-one-solution

WINAICO supplies to the largest PERC roof installation in Germany

WINAICO supplies 1,784 high efficiency WSP-280M6 PERC modules to over 7,000 m2 of roof spaces to supply power to machinery construction operation

Lenders put off investing in onshore wind due to UK Government cuts

New research has shown for the first time that recent announcements from Whitehall are having a significant impact on investor confidence and their ability to lend to onshore wind farm developers.

Renovate America launches HERO Direct Pay to help solar contractors scale their businesses

HERO Direct Pay, in conjunction with leading solar distributors, increases credit availability for HERO Contractors to keep up with increased residential demand

Luvata wins Solar Industry Award for PV Process Excellence

The award will be presented during the 31st European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EU PVSEC) taking place in Hamburg, Germany September 14-18, 2015.

Solar system enhances efficiency of Pakistani food company

meeco's sun2live rooftop installation supports work processes of Seasons Foods (Pvt) Ltd.

Zeversolar releases a new online monitoring portal and presents its inverters on trade fairs in Europe and Australia

Suzhou, China, 10.09.2015 The Chinese PV inverter manufacturer Zeversolar has developed a new cloud based portal to monitor residential and commercial solar power plants. The software will be presented - together with the complete inverter portfolio - at several trade fairs and roadshows in September and October in Australia, Belgium, Poland and UK.

Solectria Utility-Scale Inverters Chosen for the 18MW Glynn Solar Farm in Brunswick, Georgia

Solectria - A Yaskawa Company, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that its SGI 750XTM, utility-scale PV inverters, have been chosen for the 18MW Glynn Solar Farm in Brunswick, Georgia, adjacent to the Golden Isles Airport. This project is one of many in the PV portfolio being built by Entropy Solar Integrators with Solectria inverters, financed through affiliates of Entropy Investment Management (Entropy).

SolarOne Solutions, Inc. and Al-AbdulKarim Holding Announce License Agreement for Solar Lighting Systems in Saudi Arabia

Deal Signed at US-Saudi Investment Forum Conducted with King Salman's First Visit to U.S.

Winners of the 2015 Geothermal Photo Contest Announced

The 36th Amateur Photo Contest winners will be on display at the GRC Annual Meeting in Reno, Nevada, USA.

Flex To Expand Its Solar Offering By Adding Innovative Solar Tracking Solutions Through The Strategic Acquisition Of NEXTracker

NEXTracker designs and manufactures one of the world's most advanced single-axis photovoltaic (PV) trackers that orients PV panels to maximize energy output.

Installing 1,393 MW of PV in Q2 2015

U.S. Solar Market Surpasses 20 GW

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