Lawrence, MA – December 16, 2014 – Solectria Renewables, LLC, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that Advanced Solar Products chose its PVI 23TL and PVI 28TL inverters to power Bausch and Lomb's manufacturing plant in Rochester, New York.
Rodman & Rodman, P.C. (Newton, MA) a full service CPA firm with a Renewable Energy and Cleantech specialty practice serving "green" clients throughout the U.S., has become a charter member of the newly formed Mass Solar Coalition.
PV industry veteran Martin Prest to steward Upsolar's growth in UK solar market
Company's High Efficiency Power Systems Selected by Alstom Grid for High-Profile Project; Another Example of Eltek's Growing Power Utility Business
Consumers Energy's Second Wind Park in Operation
Investment an Outcome of the Successful Panasonic-Coronal End-to-End Solar Solution Model
SunEdison To Develop 350 Megawatts Of Solar In Chile - Generates Energy At Lower Cost Than Fossil Fuels Without Subsidies Or Incentives
SunEdison To Invest More Than $700 Million USD ---- TerraForm Power Intends To Acquire The Projects Once Interconnected Between 2015 and 2016
Year-End Rush in China Leads Asia-Pacific Solar PV Market to Reach Record Level in Q4 2014, According to Solarbuzz
PV demand in Asia-Pacific poised to continue strong growth in coming years, despite challenges encountered by some countries
The Solar Market Insight Report found that as of Q3 2014 more than 20,000 Colorado homes have "gone solar," along with more than 1,500 Colorado businesses.
Dependable KYOCERA solar modules provide long-term electricity cost stability
Specialist renewable energy insurer to cover Neoen for 300MW Cestas solar park in France
39th Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting will be held Sept. 20-23 in Reno, Nevada, USA. Theme is "Geothermal: Always On."
The windiest industrial estate in Scotland has been identified for the first time as part of a study to map commercial sites' potential for wind energy generation.
70% Reduction in Carbon Dioxide Emissions Demonstrated
Records 3136 to 3150 of 19134
The addition of energy storage to an existing or new utility-scale PV installation allows system owners and operators the opportunity to capture additional revenues. Traditional storage plus solar applications have involved the coupling of independent storage and PV inverters at an AC bus or the use of multi-input hybrid inverters. An alternative approach - coupling energy storage to PV arrays with a DC-to-DC converter - can help maximize production and profits for existing and new utility-scale installations. DC-Coupled Utility-Scale Solar Plus Storage leads to higher round-trip efficiencies and lower cost of integration with existing PV arrays and at the same time, opens up new revenue streams not possible with traditional AC-coupled storage, including clipping recapture and low voltage harvesting, while being eligible for valuable tax incentives.