NABCEP Certification Deadline Nears as States and Utilities Announce New Requirements

The Application Deadline for NABCEP's Fall 2015 Certification Exams is August 7, 2015

Schneider Electric succeeds using Lufft weather to monitor 488 Kw commercial solar Array in Virginia

Schneider Electric with Lufft and Evergreen Solar install a 488 Kilowatt solar array at the Virginia NAtional Guard 183rd Regiment training facility. This system will help to meet the energy needs of the facility. Energy use by traditional sources is reduced by over 712,000 kilowatt hours per year.

The Lufft sensor family is growing with the addition of the WS510 weather station with secondary standard pyranometer.

The Lufft sensor family is growing with the addition of the WS510 weather station with secondary standard pyranometer. This measurement meets WMO levels of accuracy for solar radiation. The sensor now meets the needs for solar radiation measurement when secondary standard measurements are required. Weather sensing with solar radiation can now be met by a single all in one weather station by Lufft.

FastRack510 Installed at Hawaii's Largest Airports

The airports are not only in hurricane prone regions, but also in areas of high seismic activity. The minimal seismic anchors were installed at a rate of up to five per man hour.

CalCom Solar Recognized by Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development with California Competes Award

Cal Competes Spurs Additional Solar Deployment and Job Creation in Central Valley by Providing Tax Credits to Fast-growing Companies like CalCom Solar

Silicor Materials and MT Højgaard Ink $226.5M USD Construction Contract

Solar silicon producer continues momentum toward first commercial-scale facility in Iceland.

Maximizing the Benefits of Roof-Mounted Solar Arrays for Commercial Buildings

Contractors, builders, roofing companies, and property managers have a rare and unique opportunity to profit from the expansion of solar as it becomes more and more mainstream.

Intersolar - A successful trade fair

A wealth of new products and solutions were unveiled to the interested fair visitors.

Solar Frontier to Construct Solar Projects Totaling 9 MW in Kyushu, Japan

Delivering new added-value solar power plants in Japan through integrated service structure - from planning to O&M

NRG Yield Enters into Agreement to Acquire Interest in Largest Operating Solar Farm in North America

Desert Sunlight acquisition to increase contracted solar portfolio by 137.5 megawatts

Enphase Energy Teams With My Generation Energy on 900kW Commercial Solar Installation

Advanced Enphase C250 Microinverter System brings cost and performance benefits to large community solar project

BayWa r.e.'s 80 MW Beethoven Wind Project began Operation

"The 80 MW Beethoven Project is the largest wind project brought online in the US and the second largest one in BayWa r.e.'s history worldwide."

SCE Continues Encouraging Solar Development

42.6 megawatts of rooftop projects signed to support local solar electric production

PV Guangzhou 2015 is Worthy of Your Expectations

Now that the PV industry has unquestionably entered a new growth phase, all eyes are on the technologies which will win through into the mainstream of PV manufacturing.

The Press Conference of PV Guangzhou 2015 Held Successfully

The press conference of the 7th Guangzhou International Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition(PV Guangzhou) was successful held at Grand Royal Hotel on June 10th.The Conference was fascinating! Wang Zhaoyun, the president of Guangdong Grandeur International Exhibition Group, delivered a speech during the conference.

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