Solar minigrids stand to unlock $740 million off-grid market in sub-Saharan Africa through action on product, finance and policy

A study by Rocky Mountain Institute has found that solar minigrids could unlock an increasing share of sub-Sharaharan off-grid market

Edinburgh technology duo secure £2.5 million to turn wave power into electricty

It's a problem that has long thwarted wave energy pioneers - how to transform the slow back and forth motion of waves into a reliable and cost-effective stream of electricity.

Free project extension: SolarMax now offers its three-phase string inverters with energy management and data monitoring systems

With immediate effect the SolarMax Group is offering its 6 to 32 kilowatt three-phase string inverters with free additional features.

Robin talks bats at Scottish Renewables Annual Conference

Natural Power's Senior Environmental Consultant, Robin Cox, will present 'Optimising revenue under bat curtailment conditions' as part of the poster exhibition at the forthcoming Scottish Renewables Annual Conference in Edinburgh on 21st and 22nd March.

SEIA Urges Gov. Dayton to Veto Anti-Solar Legislation

Following is a statement from Sean Gallagher, vice president of state affairs for the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) on the state legislature's passage of HF 234/SF 141:

CSR Sifang to Deploy 8 Fuel Cell Trams in Foshan, China Powered by Ballard

Ballard Power Systems today reported that CRRC Qingdao Sifang Company recently announced the final contract with its customer for the planned deployment of eight (8) hydrogen fuel cell trams for a route being developed in the City of Foshan, China. All of these trams are to be powered by Ballard FCveloCity® fuel cell engines.

JinkoSolar Partners with CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital to Address US Commercial Solar Market

SolarPACETM is designed to maximize solar energy cash flow to commercial and industrial (C&I) property owners. CleanFund fully funds the installation of the system, while end users re-pay CleanFund through property taxes over terms as long as 30 years.

Yingli to Power the Largest Bifacial PV Plant in Europe

The project has started construction in the NThe project is located next to the headquarters of Tempress in Vaassen in the Netherlands and is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2017. It is expected that the annual energy production of the project will exceed 400 MWh.etherlands

Bidding ends at $9 million for Kitty Hawk wind rights

Rights to develop offshore wind energy in an expanse of ocean real estate 24 nautical miles away from the North Carolina coast sold for $9 million today in an auction held by the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). The winning bid was placed by Avangrid Renewables, which recently completed North Carolina's first land-based wind project.

California Energy Commission approves inverters for the POWERSTATION 247, 5 kW, 10 kW and 15 kW.

New law requires all inverters to meet special requirements to market in California

RECORD RESULTS AT ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE 2017

This year's Energy Storage Europe trade fair and conference in Düsseldorf, Germany concluded with records results: 160 exhibitors and more than 4,200 visitors (35% increase) from over 55 countries participated in the event.

EDF Renewable Energy Expands into Distributed Electricity and Storag

Tom Leyden to speak at Intersolar East on the future of energy storage

NEXTracker to Expand Manufacturing in India

Association with new Indian steel manufacturer reduces shipment time by up to 50 percent to support India's National Solar Mission

Blattner Energy Tops List of U.S. Installers of PV in 2016, IHS Markit Says

Megawatt-scale PV installations jumped by 125 percent from 2015 to 2016

Alliance BioEnergy Plus, Inc. Highlights Economic Benefits of Proprietary CTS Process and New Cellulosic Ethanol Production Plant

Alliance BioEnergy Plus, Inc. today highlighted the Company's research on the economics of its patented Cellulose to Sugar (CTS) conversion process compared to traditional corn-based cellulosic ethanol production and the financial benefits of its recent efforts to establish a local cellulosic ethanol production plant.

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