-Shipments of 770 MW in 2017 secured top market share among all module suppliers in Japan -Hanwha Q CELLS Japan has been the leading overseas solar module supplier since 2013, and the Company also surpassed domestic suppliers last year -Japan's preference for high quality aligns perfectly with Q CELLS' "Engineered in Germany" solar product portfolio -The Company provides solutions that meet the needs of Japan's growing residential sector, such as 32- and 48-cell modules, and the Q.HOME+ energy storage system
Risen Energy insures its core competitiveness with mass production of the industry's first 370W bifacial PERC double glass module
With the new technology, the company has grown the annual capacity of the module to some 800MW. The product has become the first of its kind to be put into mass production.
Long-dormant non-residential sector takes off with 49% increase
Nidec Industrial Solutions (NIS) confirms its position as world leader in energy storage, according to the report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).
The company is now ranked first, worldwide, for its EPC utility scale systems, a position that confirms its commitment to promoting a sustainable development model.
Battery Storage, Smart Grid, and Efficiency Companies Raise Over $839 Million in VC Funding in 1H 2018, Reports Mercom Capital Group
Funding into Battery Storage companies was up in the first half
Funding will accelerate Go Electric's deployment of its turnkey, uninterruptible microgrids and continued product development
The learning type thermostat allows the home owner to pay attention to their daily business while the climate in the house takes care of itself.
The First Baptist Church of Glenarden celebrated completion of its 2.056 photovoltaic solar array last month. Working with Suntrail Energy as the developer and builder, and IGS Solar as owner and operator of the project, the churchs array will create over 2,800MWh of electricity per year.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) has hired Jennifer Jenkins to lead efforts expanding the U.S. market for distributed wind power. Jenkins is the former founding Executive Director of the Distributed Wind Energy Association (DWEA) and comes to AWEA with over ten years experience in the industry.
Civic Works' Retrofit Baltimore Selects Solar Energy World to Install Hundreds of Home Solar Systems
Civic Works' Retrofit Baltimore has selected Solar Energy World, to install solar panels for their sixth solar co-op. The non-profit chose Solar Energy World through a competitive proposal process over four other firms.
New packaging holds continuous cable lengths up to 6,000 feet, reducing material handling and labor costs compared to traditional-sized reels
-Solar 'coming of age but barriers must be removed urgently & smart homes enabled -Vital to confirm fair export remuneration for future UK prosumers in line with EU consumer rights 
Aircuity Highlights Platform for Reducing Energy Use and Improving the Indoor Environment at the NACUBO 2018 Annual Meeting
Visit Booth # 1258 to discuss benefits of optimizing ventilation
EV Manufacturers' Demand for Lightweighting Creating Growth Opportunities for Material Manufacturers
Advances in battery development are aimed at enhancing energy density, lifetime, and recyclability, finds Frost & Sullivan
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