Domestic Content-Compliant, NX Horizon is Ideal for Mexico's Growing Solar Market, Enabling Developers and EPCs to Accelerate Deployment of Utility-Scale Solar Power Plants
Sprig Electric Pioneers a One, Two Solar Punch in Silicon Valley to Dramatically Reduce Energy Costs
Sprig Electric is now among the first electrical contractors in the nation to pair Tesla's Powerpack battery with a 350 kW commercial rooftop photovoltaic (PV) system to optimize energy savings.
The demand for renewable electricity in Europe, documented with Guarantees of Origin (GO), continued to grow in 2015.
The scrapping of the Zero Carbon Homes policy in July 2015  has left a policy vacuum that urgently needs filling, says the Solar Trade Association.
Olivier Jacques has joined APsystems as Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is based in the APsystems branch in Lyon, France. The company also maintains a European office in the Netherlands. Jacques brings more than 20 years of experience in construction, industrial and high-tech industries. Prior to joining APsystems, he served as Managing Director EMEA for Enphase Energy. There, he developed the microinverter market in Europe from scratch, achieving leading share positions in key European solar regions.
With global variation in policies, wind energy industry manufacturers and developers must be flexible in order to thrive, report finds
Global Revenue from Solar PV Installations is Expected to Total More Than $1.2 Trillion from 2015 to 2024, According to Navigant Research
New business models are reducing barriers surrounding customer adoption of solar PV systems, report finds
The PV Production, Quality, and Innovation Forum 2016 will take place on the occasion of EU PVSEC in Munich, Germany
• Joint event of SOLARUNITED and EU PVSEC on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 • EU PVSEC 2016 Co-location with Intersolar Europe
Latest Solar Installation Adds To The Paso Robles Winery's Quest For Sustainability
Following is a statement from Sean Gallagher, vice president of state affairs for the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), following this evening's remarks by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker in his 2016 State of the Commonwealth address:
Solar can still be a reasonable investment for customers under lower tariffs
World class small-wind turbine manufacturer Gaia-Wind has sold its first turbines to Japan just weeks after establishing own local subsidiary. With an initial two turbines already in country, the local team at Gaia-Wind KK, in Tokyo, has just won a contract for a further eight machines. YBM Japan Inc. located in Ishikawa prefecture, will sell and distribute them in a value added resale operation across the country. Gaia-Wind expect to export more than 100 turbines to Japan over the next year.
Michael Kanellos for Forbes: The Department of Energy doled out $18 million in grants this week as part of an effort to drive down the cost of solar plus storage down to less than 14 cents a kilowatt hour. The DOE, under its SunShot program, has long had a goal of driving down the cost of solar alone to 6 cents per kWh by 2020. So far, the program has hit its milestones. Grants recipients include Austin Energy, Carnegie Mellon University, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Aquion Energy, among others. The DOE regularly gives out grants, but the latest program is somewhat interesting because: First, that’s a really low price for storage. Utility-scale solar, generally cheaper than residential solar, without storage delivered power for 14 cents a kilowatt hour in 2014. The cost of batteries, however, has been declining rapidly. Ten years ago, batteries progressed slowly compared to other electronic devices: Tesla Motors TSLA +0.50% co-founder and CTO J.B. Straubel was famous for noting that the performance of batteries doubled every decade, versus the roughly two year cycle for semiconductor. Cont'd...
Following is a statement from Dan Whitten, vice president of communications for the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), on federal judges' rejection of efforts to block states from developing plans under EPA's carbon rule for existing power plants.
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