PowerSys Awarded Patent 8,829,698 for "Utility In A Box"

The Patent, entitled "Power Generation Systems," issued on September 09, 2014, enables the PowerSys "Utility In A BoxTM" to be used in building energy management applications.

Wind Turbines Outperforming Expectations at Honda Transmission Plant

Two turbines have exceeded power projections in first six months of operation

Solar Will Force Global Power Companies to Adjust Their Business Model

With the cost of solar systems coming down because of economies of scale in production and installation, solar energy applications will become competitive in more and more markets.

Google Executes $145 Million Investment In SunEdison And TerraForm Power's Largest Solar Plant In North America

Permanent Lenders in Southern California's 82 Megawatt (MW) DC Regulus Plant Include Prudential Capital Group and Santander Bank, N.A.

Canadian Solar Completes the Sale of Mighty Solar Power Plant to Concord Green Energy

The Mighty Solar 10 MW AC solar power plant is located in the town of Chesterville, Ontario.

Trina Solar to Supply 70MW High Efficiency Modules to Solar Power Project in Chile

Shipment of the modules will commence in September 2014.

FuelCell Energy Announces Agreement to Sell University Fuel Cell Project to NRG Energy

-- NRG Energy has entered into an agreement to purchase FCE's previously announced 1.4 megawatt fuel cell power plant project at University of Bridgeport -- NRG Energy will acquire long-term power purchase agreement for clean and efficient distributed power generation with predictable cash flows

SolarBOS Announces Solutions for String Inverters

SolarBOS makes it easy for customers to use latest inverter technology with release of SI Product Line designed for String Inverter applications, enabling compliance with NEC 2011/2014 Arc Fault Circuit Interruption and NEC 2014 Rapid Shutdown requirements.

Ideal Power and EnerDel Sign Strategic Alliance Agreement for Mobile Hybrid Power Systems

EnerDel is developing a new line of Mobile Hybrid Power Systems (MHPS) that will integrate Ideal Power's 30kW hybrid converter, EnerDel's lithium-ion batteries, and proprietary control systems with a diesel generator.

GRC Annual Meeting and GEA Geothermal Energy Expo To Convene World's Largest Geothermal Industry Gatherin

Portland, Oregon, USA: September 28 through October 1

Accelerating the Transition to a Sustainable Energy Economy

19th Annual ASES National Solar Tour to be held October 4-5

Government delegation from Bangladesh visits Innotech Solar production sites

Photovoltaics earmarked to improve country's supply security

SMA Introduces Integrated, Compact DC-to-AC System Solution for Utility-Scale PV Power Plants

Utility Power System Delivers Higher Energy Yields, Lower Capital and Operating Expenditures

UC makes largest solar-energy purchase by U.S. higher education institution

The University of California announced Monday that it signed two power-purchase agreements that, combined, will provide 206,000 megawatt hours of solar energy per year — the largest solar energy purchase by any higher education institution in the U.S.   This energy is equivalent to powering 30,000 homes and will avoid producing more than 88,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. The initiative will provide power for UC Irvine, UC San Diego and UC San Francisco, along with their medical centers, in addition to UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz.   Mark Byron, the university’s wholesale electricity program manager, described the purchase as a “nexus” with UC President Janet Napolitano’s sustainability initiative, which was released November. One of the main components of the initiative is to be carbon neutral by 2025.   “By injecting solar energy, we’re making sure our portfolio comes from green energy,” Byron explained.   The university signed the 25-year agreements with Frontier Renewables, a San Mateo-based company focused on solar energy technology. Two solar fields will be built in Fresno County as part of the project.

PVinsights : Solar panel price presure increases in Sep due to the depreciation of EURO and JPY.

The recent depreciation of the Euro and the Japanese yen makes system players in these regions paying more to buy modules in the USD terms.

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