Solectria to Deliver 32.5MW of Inverters to Safari Energy for National Real Estate Investment Trusts

Solectria - A Yaskawa Company, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced at Intersolar North America today that it is delivering 32.5MW of its PVI 20TL and PVI 28TL three-phase transformerless inverters to Safari Energy for a nationwide rollout of PV projects for several large national landlords.

TÜV SÜD certifies rotor blades for Zhuzhou Times New Material Technology

TÜV SÜD certified the rotor blades of type TMT2.5-53.8 manufactured by Zhuzhou Times New Material Technology Co., Ltd. The certification comprises the Design Assessment, the Prototype Tests and the Manufacturing Inspection of the rotor blades.

New at Intersolar - Single-axis Tracking System for Utility-Scale Solar

The use of a tracking system for a utility-scale project not only reduces LCOE, but also provides more usable power by broadening the power production curve to provide a smoother flow of energy from dawn to dusk.

Modeling Microinverters and DC Power Optimizers in PVWatts

PVWatts performs simplified PV system performance calculations using information about the array's geographic location, orientation, and a set of user-input loss factors

South getting its first wind farm soon as bigger turbines make the region viable

By JASON DEAREN, Associated Press:  On a vast tract of old North Carolina farmland, crews are getting ready to build something the South has never seen: a commercial-scale wind energy farm. The $600 million project by Spanish developer Iberdrola Renewables LLC will put 102 turbines on 22,000 acres near the coastal community of Elizabeth City, with plans to add about 50 more. Once up and running, it could generate about 204 megawatts, or enough electricity to power about 60,000 homes. It would be the first large onshore wind farm in a region with light, fluctuating winds that has long been a dead zone for wind power. After a years-long regulatory process that once looked to have doomed the plan, Iberdrola spokesman Paul Copleman told The Associated Press that construction is to begin in about a month. Right now, there's not a spark of electricity generated from wind in nine states across the Southeast from Arkansas to Florida, according to data from the American Wind Energy Association, an industry trade group. But taller towers and bigger turbines are unlocking new potential in the South, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, and the industry is already looking to invest.   Cont'd...

New CellCube installation at the University of New South Wales - the cradle of Vanadium Redox batteries

In June a CellCube FB 30-130 with a power output of 30 kW and a storage capacity of 130 kWh was put into operation at the Tyree Energy Technologies Building of the University of New South Wales.

CASE Responds to Department of Commerce Administrative Review Results

Failure to lower tariff rates hurts the American solar industry, its customers and the environment

Intersolar - SunLink Introduces Large-Scale GMS Portrait for Commercial Solar Market

New portrait configuration offers even lower fixed-tilt cost and greater flexibility for solar projects from 20kW to the largest utility-scale

IST partners with Solar Roof Dynamics to Offer Solar Shingle Roof Systems in CA

IST, an advanced solar product and manufacturing company based in New York, will partner with SRD to distribute its SunTegra™ Solar Roof Systems throughout California.

MECASOLAR attends ENERSOLAR BRASIL

MECASOLAR is attending one of the leading solar events in Brazil, to be held in S£o Paulo from 15 to 17 July.

ViZn Energy Systems Launches ZAC Energy Storage Platform in Collaboration with Princeton Power, Financing Available Through LFC Capital

ViZn receives multiple customer agreements for ZAC platform, a turnkey integrated AC flow battery system designed for commercial & industrial customers

OFF-GRID SYSTEMS, GLOBAL ELECTRIFICATION & NEW STORAGE OPPORTUNITIES Field studies showing how emerging storage technologies are changing the face of off-grid

A review of field observations and training techniques surrounding renewable energy systems installed in emerging markets. How design and component selection can affect global adoption of technologies. As new battery storage technologies evolve in the grid-connected sector, we are afforded the opportunity to utilize our expertise to further the growth and expansion of more secure energy access in developing countries.

Meet Backwoods Solar at InterSolar North America 2015 in San Francisco!

Backwoods Solar has been in the business of designing custom solar, wind, and micro-hydro systems for both off grid and grid-tie use since 1978. Come meet us at InterSolar and find out about our new wholesale division pricing and international capabilities.

Solar Heating Combined with a Ground Heat Pump Is a Cost-efficient, Ecological Solution

Solar power was particularly efficient when combined with ground heat in terms of the profitability of investments.

CellCube - energy storage for demand-charge management and lower energy costs.

Combine peak shaving and emergency power supply through the reliable vanadium redox flow technology. The energy storage system CellCube stores energy for when it is most needed. What is more, it is capable of scaling to multi hour and multi megawatt size.

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