Solar Industry Applauds Democratic Energy Bill

If approved and signed into law, this comprehensive legislation would temporarily extend the federal solar investment tax credit (ITC), and then ease the transition afterward through the creation of long-term, technology-neutral clean energy tax incentives.

GEV's Revolutionary Blade Maintenance Habitat Secures Patent

Full Scale Model of Habitat to Showcase at RUK 2015

SAM Consultant Facilitates $ 20 million to Azure Sunlight for Solar Power Project in India

A project that comprises the development, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of an approximately 19 MW portfolio of rooftop solar generation systems (each, an "Individual Project" or combined, the "Individual Projects").

aleo solar announces expansion with cell production in Germany

Plans to increase production capacity in Taiwan as well as in Germany.

Asia-Pacific Solar Photovoltaic Installed Capacity to Continue Significant Growth by 2025, says GlobalData

Asia-Pacific (APAC) will overtake Europe to become largest contributor to global solar Photovoltaic (PV) installed capacity by 2025 --- 'China will be the region's largest contributor, installing an additional 198 GW of solar PV capacity by the end of the forecast period,' says analyst

NEW ENGLAND'S LARGEST SOLAR CANOPY WILL MEET HALF OF BRISTOL COMMUNITY COLLEGE'S ENERGY NEEDS

3.2 Megawatt Solar Array Designed By Fuss & O'Neill

Sky Solar & Hudson Clean Energy Partners Announce Strategic Partnership to Fund Up To $100 Million into Solar Projects

The two parties have also agreed to collaborate on an expansion into the U.S. solar market.

New: SR20-D2 and SR22 pyranometers for solar radiation measurement experts

The new SR20-D2 and SR22 pyranometers are made for solar radiation measurement experts, respectively in PV monitoring systems and climatological networks. SR20-D2 is highly accurate and offers two types of irradiance outputs: digital via Modbus RTU and analogue 4-20 mA. SR22 pyranometer has high-quality quartz domes, with a spectral range covering the full solar spectrum.

Wind turbine technology stores excess wind power for when gusts turn to breezes

Megan Treacy for TreeHugger:  A new technology developed by University of Nebraska-Lincoln electrical engineering doctoral student Jie Cheng solves both of those problems by harnessing the excess wind energy usually wasted as spillage and storing it for use when wind speeds dip, making wind turbines more efficient and consistent. Cheng's system converts and directs the extra wind energy to an air compression tank, where the energy is stored until wind speeds dip below the maximum capacity. Using a rotary vane machine that is connected between the turbine's gearbox and generator, excess energy is diverted and stored in the air compression tank. When the wind dies down, the tank then kicks in and reverses airflow back to the rotary vane machine to generate electricity. In a recent study of his prototype, Cheng found that a 250-kW system would produce an additional 3,830 kWh of electricity per week or an additional 16,400 kWh per month based on historical wind data from Springview, Nebraska. That extra electricity is about 18 times the monthly energy use of a typical American household.   Cont'd...

PROINSO Mexico set to present new solar solutions at The Green Expo

Held in Mexico City from 23 - 25 September, it is the leading show in the solar power industry in Mexico with over 200 exhibitors and 10,000 professional visitors set to attend.

SunLink Expands Signature PowerCare Service Offerings

New installation, O&M services simplify solar project lifecycles for solar EPCs and developers

Circular Energy Commissions 29.76 kW Solar Power Projects For iShine Express Car Wash

Circular Energy is proud to announce the commissioning of two 14.88 kW solar installations for iShine Express, a chain of eco-minded car washes and detailers. By powering their operations with solar, Circular Energy is helping iShine advance their sustainability goals and reduce power costs.

Baker Electric Solar Ranks No. 1926 on the 2015 Inc. 500|5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 205%

With 205% growth between 2011 and 2014, Baker Electric Solar ranked No. 1926 on the Inc. 5000. In its second appearance on the list since its founding in 2007, Baker is proud to be recognized for its growth doing business the "Baker Way."

Global solar photovoltaic manufacturing production slows in recent years

The market is reacting to the slow growth of module production and the decreased utilization of PV manufacturing capability by downsizing and consolidating PV manufacturing companies.

BPE Renewables advises Guinness Asset Management & Perpetum on 108MW rooftop installation in Kent

Cheltenham based, BPE Solicitors' Renewables Team has recently advised Guinness Asset Management and Perpetum Energy Europe on the lease, PPA and EPC contract for a 1.8MWp rooftop solar array in Kent.

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