SunEdison Announces Utah's Largest Solar Power Plant Is Now Operational

SunEdison's 3.8 Megawatt South Milford Solar Plant Comes Online

SPI Announces Agreement with K.K. Uniroot to Jointly Develop Over 500 MW of Solar PV Projects in Japan

SPI and Uniroot will establish a joint venture in Japan, in which SPI will hold no less than 51% equity interest, for the development of the Solar PV power plant projects.

JA Solar and Essel Infraprojects Limited Sign MOU on 500MW PV Joint Venture

Intersolar - Steca Solar Electronics at Intersolar North America: performance, innovation and quality

Award-winning off grid PV systems at booth 8741

SENER signs contract for more than 500 million Euros in the world's largest solar complex

The complex, located in the vicinity of the Moroccan city of Ouarzazate, is made up of four plants.

Intersolar - Bornay shows its small wind turbines and its PinLite at Intersolar Europe

The company will go to Munich from June 10th to 12 th to introduce its news

Kyocera, Gaia Power, Kyudenko and Century Tokyo Leasing Announce Construction of 92MW Solar Power Plant in Japan

One of Japan's largest solar installations to provide equivalent power for roughly 30,500 households

sPower Breaks Ground on Sierra Solar Facility, 22.5MW in Los Angeles County

LA County Greenlights sPower's Project, Bringing More Clean Energy to SCE Rate Payers

CalCom Solar to Deploy 1.1MW Solar System at Medeiros and Son Dairy

CalCom Solar, Leading Solar Provider Empowers Agriculture Business and Water Districts to Optimize Energy and Water Use

DuraTrack HZ v3 Tracking System Commissioned in Northern New Mexico

Springer Electric Cooperative's 1.3 MW solar plant will provide clean energy to local customers

Pro-Solar Constitutional Amendment in Florida Gaining Momentum

Today, there are 234 megawatts (MW) of installed solar capacity in Florida - enough to power 27,000 homes - ranking the state 13th in the nation.

SEIA Applauds Efforts by DOE to Expand Solar Deployment

Department of Energy's (DOE) SunShot Initiative announced today that it will provide $32 million in new funding opportunities to help spur additional solar development nationwide.

Why one company sees great potential in the U.S. offshore wind market

By Jaclyn Brandt for FierceEnergy: In April, DONG Energy signed an agreement to take over RES Americas Developments Inc.'s (RES) more than 1,000-megawatt (MW) development project rights off the coast of Massachusetts. RES had secured the rights to two leases from the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) in January. "The U.S. is an interesting market for offshore wind with the potential to become a significant area for future development," said Samuel Leupold, executive vice president of Wind Power with DONG Energy, said at the announcement in April. "We already have a number of post-2020 projects in our pipeline in North-Western Europe that we will continue to develop. With the takeover of the offshore wind development project in the US, we will broaden our geographical scope and follow the market potential outside of our current footprint." Leupold continued, "The site conditions are quite similar to those we currently work with in North-Western Europe which means that the project could be developed using well-known technology and logistics." Although the offshore wind market in the United States has many regulatory obstacles, Brostrøm said that there is also a lot of potential off the East Coast -- including good wind speeds and water depths. He also cited the efforts by BOEM to encourage wind development.

The PowerStore adds APS solar microinverter line

APS microinverters will be distributed by The PowerStore, a top-tier solar wholesaler. The PowerStore offers a full line of renewable energy products including solar microinverters, modules, storage solutions and related equipment. The company is based in Alvarado, Texas, with an overseas office in Glasgow, UK, under the CCL Components Ltd. banner.

This cloudy-day black silicon solar cell can hit a record 22.1% efficiency

Researchers at Finland’s Aalto University have achieved a record-breaking 22.1% efficiency for a nanostructured silicon, or black, solar cell. They accomplished this by overlaying a thin, passivating film on the nanostructures by a process known as atomic layer deposition, and by integrating all of the metal contacts on the cell’s back side. Perhaps the best part: Black solar cells work really well on cloudy days. “This is an advantage particularly in the north, where the sun shines from a low angle for a large part of the year,” said professor Hele Savin from Aalto University, who coordinated the study, in a statement. “We have demonstrated that in winter Helsinki, black cells generate considerably more electricity than traditional cells, even though both cells have identical efficiency values.” Using the aforementioned process, the team managed to beat their previous record by almost 4%, which is a stunning achievement. The new cells have a certified external quantum efficiency of 96% at 300nm wavelengths, which the team said shows that charged carrier surface recombination is no longer a problem — and that for the first time, the black silicon isn’t limiting energy conversion efficiency. And thanks to the inherent properties of black solar cells, they can capture solar radiation at low angles, generating more electricity over the full duration of a day as compared with traditional cells.

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