The global transportation fleet is turning electric faster than anyone could have imagined only a year ago.
GIS technology allows us to query, analyze and visualize information in an incredible number of ways, and as with all technology these days it is evolving rapidly.
Substantial increase in project acquisitions planned for 2017 and 2018
The appointment of Richetta to head U.S. Sales comes on the heels of the company's announcement of an $85M minority equity financing in the global sonnen Group by several investors, including Envision Energy, and an earlier investment by GE Ventures.
SunTegra partners with Moonworks to offer solar roof systems in Rhode Island.
The transaction enhances the focus of each company on core strengths. It fulfills SunSystem Technology's goal of efficiently and profitably servicing the nation's rapidly growing residential solar infrastructure, and enables Enphase to concentrate resources on continuing to bring to market innovative energy technology products.
The three-phase, high power variant of the Pika Islanding Inverter™ enables battery-integrated commercial applications with innovative split-phase islanding.
Deutsche Messe launches its first-ever energy-themed exhibition in the USA
Megan Treacy for TreeHugger: We've seen our share of interesting wind power designs, but often the technology can't come anywhere close to matching what the traditional horizontal axis wind turbines can do. There's a reason that when we think of wind energy, we think of giant masts with rotating blades and it's because that design is incredibly effective -- just look at Scotland and other areas around the world that now get a majority of their electricity needs from wind power. The design isn't without its flaws; those rotating blades do pose a hazard to birds and bats and the cost of manufacturing and installing all of those giant parts can be expensive. When it comes to offshore wind power in the U.S., that has been a major roadblock. The energy generation potential is huge, but so is the cost. An energy start-up company called Accio Energy -- yes, a Harry Potter reference -- thinks it has a solution to that problem, one that will generate as much if not more energy from offshore wind than a traditional wind turbine, but at half the cost. There are no moving parts, instead Accio's technology consists of large permeable panels on masts that let the ocean winds blow right through. Cont'd...
Phono Solar delivered 90,000+ solar panels to the budding GA market
Yaskawa - Solectria Solar Industry Leading PV Inverters Deployed in Vermont's First Municipality-Owned Solar Systems
Yaskawa - Solectria Solar, the leading U.S. commercial PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that its PVI 28TL and PVI 36TL inverters have been deployed in two solar systems in Vermont that are the first to be owned by town and village utilities. The Nebraska Valley and Waterhouse Solar Farms total 2.7MW.
as seen by Sven Lindström, CEO, Midsummer
Solar panel prices continue to slump this week amid the fierce competition in Northern America and the cooling demand in EU. Disparity between supply and demand in the US market results in strong cut-throat competition. As major module suppliers struggle to offer slashed prices in order to maintain high utilization rates and secure more orders, solar panel prices in the US has witnessed an obvious declining. In EU, with the demand for PV installations beginning to wane on the advent of holiday season, solar panel prices are also trending downwards. In India, the intensified competition have sent solar panel prices lower as many module suppliers are trying to compete for the PV projects in 1Q17. Meanwhile, the demand and prices of solar panel in China and Japan remain fairly stable that current module prices stay almost unchanged from last week.
Boutique agency announces four new innovative clients, eyes exponential growth in 2017
SolarEdge Inverters Confirmed to Meet Smart Inverter Functionality
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.