Array Technologies & Affordable Solar Add MW in NM

Land of Enchantment welcomes 24 MW of clean solar energy

Upland Corporation and MiaSol Enter Sales Representative Agreement

Upland Corporation, a Manufactures' Representative Firm that provides industry-leading building material solutions to the commercial construction industries and MiaSol have entered into a Sales Agreement. Upland Corporation will sell MiaSol FLEX modules New Mexico and El Paso, TX territories. Since 1984, Upland Corporation has helped architects, building owners and contractors by providing quality building solutions to these valued construction partners.

EnergySage - 2015 Solar Installer Survey Report

We are noticing a major shift in the way today's homeowners shop for solar. The era of the solar "hard sell" is coming to an end - solar shoppers are educating themselves about all their options beforehand, and placing more value in the ability to compare multiple quotes before they commit.

Pattern Energy Completes 150 MW Amazon Wind Farm in Indiana

Grows portfolio to 16 operational wind facilities with a total owned capacity of 2,282 MW

First Solar, California Utility Sign Agreements for 500MW

Power to come from projects in California, Nevada and Arizona Utility becomes First Solar's largest off-taker

Solar Panel Owners: More Consistent Power, Electrical Energy Security, and Hydrogen

Franklin-Thomas configures their generator to integrate with solar panel systems. It may also produce a vast amount of hydrogen.

Leading Brazilian developer highlights role of Vaisala's remote sensing system in improving accuracy of wind estimates critical to project success

PEC Energia, one of Brazil's foremost renewable energy developers, is nearing completion of a $435 million, 150 MW wind park in the northeastern state of Pernambuco, and, during the project development stages, relied on Vaisala's Triton remote sensing system for crucial wind measurement data.

Panasonic Enables European Homeowners to Discover Benefits of Going Solar

Easy-to-use online simulation brings solar system design design and financial savings to life

SR05 by Hukseflux is the most affordable digital solar radiation sensor meeting ISO requirements

Hukseflux, a leading manufacturer of pyranometers, both in market share and technology, has launched the new SR05 pyranometer. SR05 is the most affordable digital pyranometer meeting ISO 9060 second class requirements. The pyranometer has unique features and significant benefits for installation in large networks and systems.

Sun Brilliance plans 25 MW Solar Farm near Perth

Sun Brilliance, a Perth-based solar power systems integrator, is progressing plans to set up a 25 MW Solar Power Plant on 60 ha of land on the outskirts of Perth for a project cost of $42 Million.

Canadian Solar to Supply 60 MWp of PV Modules and Power Stations for Windsor Solar Project to Samsung and Connor, Clark & Lunn

Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., has secured contracts to supply 50 MW AC (60 MW DC) of MaxPower CS6X Ontario-made solar panels and 30 medium voltage power stations for the Windsor Solar LP facility. This utility-scale solar project, developed by Samsung Renewable Energy Inc. ("Samsung") and Connor, Clark and Lunn Infrastructure ("CC&L Infrastructure"), will be built in the City of Windsor, Ontario.

SMA Further Expands Successful Commercial Lineup with 30 kW Sunny Tripower

New Cost-Optimized, Decentralized Solution Boasts Larger Power Class

Solar Brings in $25.3 Billion in Investments in 2015, Mercom Report

The solar industry is continuing to gain steam. Last year it raised $25.3 billion, only slightly less than the $26.5 billion raised in 2014, according to a new Mercom Capital report. However, certain sectors of the solar industry set records last year, particularly commercial and residential solar funds, which raised $5.5 billion. In addition venture capital invested $1.1 billion in 2015.

Juno spacecraft breaks solar power distance record

Jim Sharkey for SpaceFlight Insider:  NASA’s Juno mission has broken the record for distance traveled by a solar-powered spacecraft. Juno reached this milestone at 11 a.m. PST (2 p.m. EST) on Wednesday, Jan. 13, when the spacecraft was approximately 493 million miles (793 million kilometers) from the Sun. The record was previously held by the European Space Agency’s (ESA)  Rosetta spacecraft, whose orbit peaked at the 492 million-mile (792-million kilometer) mark in October 2012, during its approach to comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. “Juno is all about pushing the edge of technology to help us learn about our origins,” said Scott Bolton, Juno principal investigator at the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio. “We use every known technique to see through Jupiter’s clouds and reveal the secrets Jupiter holds of our solar system’s early history. It just seems right that the sun is helping us learn about the origin of Jupiter and the other planets that orbit it.” Juno is the first solar-powered spacecraft designed to operate so far from the Sun. Generating sufficient power to operate the spacecraft requires a very large area of solar cells. The four-ton Juno spacecraft carries three 30-foot (9-meter) solar arrays festooned with 18,686 individual solar cells. At Earth’s distance from the Sun, the cells can generate about 14 kilowatts of electric. The further away from the sun the spacecraft is, the lower the power its solar cell will be able to generate.   Cont'd...

ACCIONA ENERGY RENEWS ITS INVESTMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF A 93-MEGAWATT WIND FARM IN TEXAS

The project has been acquired from developer Pioneer Green Energy

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The GreenFasten™ - GF1 system utilizes the patented watertight technology EcoFasten Solar® is known for. The flashing is fit with our EPDM rubber bushing and when used with a compatible EcoFasten Solar compression bracket (milled with countersink), a watertight seal is created, which protects the integrity of the roof. Requiring just a single fastener (lag bolt or self-drilling), GreenFasten provides the fastest install in the industry and will not void roofing manufacturer's warranties. Backed by IAPMO certification, GreenFasten delivers a mounting solution for all new or existing (retrofit) composition shingle roofs, and is the most cost-effective solution available. Like all of the solar roof mount solutions in our line of products, GreenFasten is made in the USA using recycled materials.