Both multi-crystalline and mono-crystalline module prices extend the slump this week. In multiple exhibitions held in the past two weeks, the solar panels prices in India, Japan and the US have witnessed enlarged drops amid intense competition. The 1st tier Chinese module makers, with increasing production capacities in SEA, leverage strategic pricing most aggressively in the US, offering price quotes of multi-crystalline modules at around $0.40/watt. In addition, top tier Chinese module makers also intend to strengthen its presence in the EU and Japan market by providing more competitive priced modules. In India and the emerging market, 2nd tier Chinese module makers have dominated price turbulence as they can dump excess inventories without punitive tariff enforced. Such fierce price competition indicates that Chinese module makers are still on the way of inventory clearance.
Array Technologies showcased multi-row tracker in operation at booth
Who wins and who loses as the world goes green New research shows the best solutions for clean energy
In "The Future of Clean Energy: Who Wins and Who Loses as the World Goes Green" author and professor Gary Schwendiman reveals that the solutions are very much within the world's grasp; it's just a matter of overcoming misinformation. Schwendiman's research argues that most popular beliefs about the future of clean energy are simply incorrect, and most governments waste billions of dollars on the wrong green initiatives.
The construction will be carried out between October and December of 2016, and at its completion, the new solar farm will generate enough electricity to provide more than 1,300 homes every year. With this new solar farm, located in the county of North Yorkshire, OPDE is near to meet 100MW of built solar photovoltaic capacity in the United Kingdom.
Sponsorship and Invite-Only Demonstration at The Wind Energy Expo in Hamburg, September 28th at 2:00PM EST/14:00
Eliminating rails and grounding, SPI Startup Alley winner makes solar a snap to install
Katie Fehrenbacher for Fortune: Solar panel maker and farm developer SunPower is embracing the latest in computing technology to help lower the cost of its solar panel farms while minimizing the impact that the farms have on land. The Richmond, Calif.-based company on Tuesday announced an array of new technology that it’s using to design, build, operate, and monitor big solar panel farms that are built to sell energy to utilities and large companies. Cont'd... Read Press Release:
The Fugro stand at Wind Energy, Hamburg will feature a selection of recent innovations that reduce costs and improve efficiency in the development of offshore wind farms.
Itek Energy announces the release of its SE Solar PV Module, with updates including higher-efficiency PERC cells and a PID-free certification after 500 hours of testing.
Natural Power is set to attend the world's leading expo for wind energy, WindEnergy Hamburg, from 27th - 30th September at the Hamburg Messe Exhibition Center, Germany.
More than Three-Quarters of Americans Say Next President Should Speed Up Adoption of Renewable Energy
Public Opinion Split over Whether Elected Leaders Fully Understand Fossil Fuel Costs
TÜV SÜD presents a smart solution for inspecting wind turbines and systematically evaluating the findings. The solution enables results to be recorded on site using mobile devices and saved in a database in a structured manner in accordance with the RDS-PP® industry standard. TÜV SÜD's smart inspection system can be used for onshore and offshore wind turbines.
An innovative development by Fugro for its work class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) has been utilised successfully in cable lay touchdown monitoring operations at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm (off the coast of Southern England). A new track base unit, fitted to its FCV ROV, has been introduced to ensure highly accurate cable positioning during cable lay operations in strong currents.
Experts anticipate cost reductions of 24%-30% by 2030 and 35%-41% by 2050, under a median or 'best guess' scenario, driven by bigger and more efficient turbines, lower capital and operating costs, and other advancements
In the last ten years, the installed global solar energy capacity has multiplied nearly 50 times. The cost of purchasing and installing a solar panel has decreased by 80 percent in five years and is still falling. The comparable cost of electricity generation has made solar energy the cheapest energy source today, from being the most expensive only six years ago. This is truly a green revolution.
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