Oak View neighborhood in Huntington Beach to benefit from model energy plan
SEPA CEO JULIA HAMM: REBUILDING PUERTO RICO'S POWER SYSTEM WILL BE A DEFINING INDUSTRY CHALLENGE IN 2018
Hamm has released the following statement on the formation of the PREPA TAC and the release of the Working Group's "Building Back Better" report.
Extensive study supports use of Triton SoDAR data in challenging topography, paving way for more efficient wind measurement in remote regions
Following the first phase of roof solar plant put into operation by Antai(Antaisolar's head office) in May this year, the second phase of it was unveiled again at Antai factory.
Canada's consumption of energy has decreased only 5% on a per-capita basis since it signed the Kyoto Protocol in 1997. Total consumption now is 71,000 kWh per person, according to federal data, but fossil fuels are increasing their market share over electricity from wind, solar and other renewable energies.
Solaria, global provider of solar module technologies, and Mosaic, the leading provider of solar loan financing for homeowners, today announced that Solaria's PowerXT® modules have been added to the dynamic Mosaic solar financing platform.
The 7th International Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition of Central and Eastern Europe, CISOLAR-2018 KYIV
The 7th International Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition of Central and Eastern Europe, CISOLAR-2018 KYIV, the largest regional business event, devoted to solar energy industry, will take place at the ACCO International Exhibition Center on April 11-13, 2018.
Maximizing Productivity and Minimizing Costs
The National Center of Supervision and Inspection on Solar Photovoltaic Products Quality (CPVT) issued an independent test report showing that LONGi Solar's bifacial PERC monocrystalline cells achieved a world record bifaciality of 82.15%.
The report details how four major corporate renewable energy buyers came together to successfully aggregate demand and jointly sign multiple wind power PPAs in Europe.
PVinsights: Japanese and European buyers still paid the extra money for Mono PERC cells amid information inefficiency
Polysilicon prices in China rose slightly this week, but prices remained under pressure on signs of slower downstream demand in China. Chinese polysilicon suppliers continued to raise price quotes given supply tightness, but actual settling prices only increased limitedly from previous level as suppliers took waning downstream prices into consideration. In addition, the current demand strength of polysilicon in China were mostly supported by the major mono-crystalline wafer makers in the stage of aggressive capacity expansion and ingot inventory building for the potential demand recovery to mono-crystalline products while the current high polysilicon prices also limit the multi-crystalline wafer rivals' ability from lowering prices at larger scope. Nevertheless, for majority of the wafer buyers, polysilicon prices are now above the market's affordability and more Chinese buyers may struggle to continue their pace of procurement growth. In overseas, polysilicon prices remained steady, without any meaningful transaction. Although Wacker has yet to recover its production after the explosion accident, the supply in overseas market did not witness any signs of shortage.
The future of the smart city can be found in the city of Tilburg, the Netherlands. This city now houses two of the most advanced solar-powered streetlights available on the market.
Natural Power has completed due diligence on behalf of Airvolution Energy for its commissioning of Kinegar Wind Farm in the Scottish Borders, making it the eighth renewable obligation certificate and Feed in Tariff due diligence project delivered for Airvolution.
University Solar Vehicle Project uses Magellan MX500™ Weather Station
Today in Washington, President Trump's top trade adviser held a public hearing on the Section 201 solar trade case.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.