Kyocera, Century Tokyo Leasing, Ciel et Terre Announce Construction of the World's Largest Floating Solar Power Plant
New project commences Kyocera TCL Solar LLC's floating solar power plant business in Japan
Advanced Energy Capital Signs Deal with EarthPoint Solutions to Provide $25 Million in Funding for Geothermal installations in North America
Advanced Energy Capital has agreed to fund up to $25 million to EarthPoint Solutions in order to facilitate construction of geothermal energy loops around the USA and Canada. The deal will be the first of many in the space.
Introducing Micro Solar Power Systems, an affordable and reliable solar power and battery storage solution.
Proving that there are US solar success stories to celebrate, Solar Energy Corporation marks its 40th anniversary in the industry in 2014.
The customer selected the GameChange Racking Roof System for its quality, fast installation and unbeatable value.
SPI 2014 - Continental Control Systems to Demonstrate Enhanced Electric Power Meters and Current Transformers at SPI '14
"As one of the industry's premier solar power events, SPI '14 is a great opportunity for Continental Control Systems to showcase a higher valued meter with more features and increased accuracy, as well as an extended line of high-accuracy current transformers"
Best and brightest of the global geothermal community will be honored at the 38th GRC Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon
Powerway Provides Solar Mounting Systems and Construction Services for Pakistan's first 100MW Solar PV Project
The project, which is reported to be the first large-scale ground solar PV project in Pakistan, will be completed in 2014.
San Diego-based Baker Electric Solar performed a 7.5 kW solar system installation for Coastal Living magazine's 2014 Annual Showhouse in Coronado, California. The $7 million, 4,500-square-foot ocean-view showhouse will be featured in Coastal Living's October 2014 issue.
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Wearable electronics are quickly becoming the fashion. And there could soon be a way to power those electronics indefinitely, now that scientists in China have developed a solar cell 'textile' that could be woven into clothes. The textile retains a power-generation efficiency close to 1% even after been bent more than 200 times, and can be illuminated from both sides. Scientists have been looking into flexible solar cells for decades, partly for coating irregularly shaped objects but also for integrating into wearable fabrics. One popular line of investigation has been dye-sensitized solar cells, in which a pigment absorbs sunlight to generate electrons and their positive counterparts, holes, before passing on those charges to inexpensive semiconductors. These solar cells are cheap and flexible, but the liquid nature of their pigments means that they must be well sealed. Bend a dye-sensitized solar cell more than a few times and the seals are likely to break, destroying its light-harvesting properties. That is why Huisheng Peng at Fudan University in Shanghai and colleagues have been exploring another option: polymer solar cells. Although their maximum efficiencies fall below 10% - about half that of crystalline silicon, the most prevalent solar cell - polymer solar cells are lightweight, flexible and easy to manufacture. Peng and colleagues' solar cell textile consists of microscopic interwoven metal wires coated with an active polymer (to absorb the sunlight), titanium dioxide nanotubes (to conduct the electrons) and another active polymer (to conduct the holes). The researches coated each side of the textile with transparent, conductive sheets of carbon nanotubes, which complete the circuit.
New figures show 8,000 tonnes of food refuse collected from households every year, boosting growth of sector, with Scottish Water Cumbernauld plant producing enough electricity to power equivalent of 2,000 homes.
New national rankings place Beaumont Solar Company, a New Bedford, MA company that has shown ten-fold growth since its formation 8 years ago, among the top solar contractors nationally, including the #2 rank in the Massachusetts Solar Market.
3.9MWh GSS™ to support a distributed energy storage integration project
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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.