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groSolar Selects NEXTracker for 105 MW Master Supply Agreement; Advanced Solar Trackers to be Deployed in groSolar Project Across the U.S.
groSolar, an industry-leading commercial- and utility-scale solar engineering, procurement and construction firm, has entered into a 105 MW supply agreement with NEXTracker, designer and manufacturer of the world's most advanced single axis PV trackers. Over the next three years, NEXTracker will deliver state-of-the-art trackers for groSolar's solar projects throughout the U.S.
Intersolar Europe und ees Europe 2015 shed light on photovoltaics in integrated energy systems for on-site consumption
IHS solar experts to share their latest outlook and perspectives on development strategies for the global PV markets to Shanghai conference attendees
RT-[E] Mount AIR is Roof Tech's all-in-one rail-less mounting system that provides three inches of clearance above the roof surface.
Toshiba Begins Operation of Independent Energy Supply System Utilizing Renewable Energy and Hydrogen
-- Approx. one-week's supply of electricity and hot water for 300 people using CO2-free hydrogen energy --
1.7MW and 1.2MW installations will provide equivalent power for roughly 920 average households
KB Racking and A1 Solar Inc. have recently installed a non-penetrating rooftop PV system on the coast of California.
Governor Hickenlooper and Community Members Gather to Celebrate Visual Completion of Denver Solar Garden
Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company Acquires 2 Solar Power Generation Facilities in Gainesville, Florida
The systems are expected to produce enough electricity to power approximately 336 homes for one year of typical use.
Hanwha Q Cells Announces Over 1.5 GW Solar Module Supply Agreement to Power NextEra Energy Resources' Continued Solar Investments in the U.S.
A subsidiary of Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd. agreed to supply more than 1.5 GW to NextEra Energy Resources, beginning in 4Q 2015 to power its continued solar investment across the U.S. -- Modules will use Hanwha Q CELLS' proprietary, high-efficiency Q.ANTUM cell architecture, the world's first fully commercialized multi c-Si PERC cell in mass production. -- Cells and modules will be manufactured from Hanwha Q CELLS' fully automated and highly-efficient production facilities in Malaysia and Korea.
Ribbon Cutting To Coincide With Earth Day Week Celebrations
The growth of the solar industry is truly astounding, particularly in China, the world’s solar leader. Between 2011 and 2012 the Chinese solar market grew by 500 percent. According to a 2014 report by Frost & Sullivan, a consulting firm, the global solar market earned revenues of nearly $60 billion in 2013. The firm estimates that by 2020 it will double to $137.2 billion. With all this growth, somebody was obviously going to get rich, and it didn’t take long for Oilprice.com to identify some of the biggest beneficiaries of the push toward renewables. The following are 5 of the world’s most successful renewable energy business leaders and their net worth. 1. Li Hejun, Chairman, Hanenergy Holdings. $31.5 billion. 2. Elon Musk, Founder/CEO, Space Exploration Technologies Corp., Tesla Motors. $12.2 billion. 3. Wang Chuanfu, Founder, BYD Company. $5.3 billion. 4. Aloys Wobben, Founder/Owner, Enercon. $4.2 billion. 5. Zhu Gongshan, Chairman, GCL-Poly Energy Holdings. Full Article:
Wuxi Suntech & Taiwan Carbon Nanotube Technology Developed World's First Carbon Nanotube Photovoltaic Module Frame
The carbon nanotube photovoltaic module frame not only delivers a great cost-saving advantage over the traditionally-used aluminum module frames, but its non-reflective black module frame provides a wider scope of use and a distinct advantage under extreme weather conditions.
New installation support tool bolsters Enphase's commercial solar offering
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.