Polands PV pioneers put trust in KACO new energy.

One of the largest Polish photovoltaic plants is located in Gubin.

Unendo Energia Italiana Opts For Solar Frontier's Optimized System Solutions

Solar Frontier's PowerSets und PowerSaver complete Unendo Energia Italiana‘s self-consumption solutions for homeowners and businesses

SAN ANTONIO'S NEWEST SOLAR FARM NOW PRODUCING POWER FOR SAN ANTONIO

--ConEdison Development, A Nationally Prominent Renewable Energy Developer, Assumes Responsibility for Alamo 3--

Peerless Electronics Stocking Specially Tuned Sensata Solar Arc Fault Detectors

Custom versions for specific applications are also available.

SolarEdge files an IPO in order to expand into new markets and bring new products to market faster

Solaredge was ranked the tenth largest global PV inverter supplier in revenue terms during the first 9 months of 2014

Panama confirms 80MW of installed PV solar capacity as the country moves to diversify its power matrix

The authorities in the region know the potential of solar energy, the cost has decreased and is now a feasible solution that can compete in the energy mix in terms of price.

Tigo Energy Launches TS4 Platform

Universal Jbox Platform Enables Plug and Play MLPE Functionality For Any Solar Module

Greenwood Energy Partners With JA Solar on Solar Panel Supply Deal

Panels will be used in projects across Latin American market

Ballard Inks Automotive and Non-Automotive Technology Solutions Contracts

Ballard Power Systems announced that it has signed two new Technology Solutions contracts, one with Ardica Technologies (Ardica; www.ardica.com) and one with an unnamed global automotive OEM.

URBANWIND POWERS AHEAD AS WORK STARTS ON FIFE PROJECT

Leading renewble energy expert UrbanWind breaks ground on a new 500kW wind turbine project

Can Wind Energy Be Counted On To Help Meet Obama's Carbon Goals?

Ken Silverstein for Forbes:  The wind energy sector is perpetually facing headwinds. But despite the challenges, those producers say that they are well prepared to help the country meet carbon reduction goals under the White House’s Clean Power Plan.   That plan, which was unveiled last summer and which will be finalized this June, will require a reduction in heat-trapping emissions of 30 percent by 2030. Such a goal is attainable given the shift from the heavily pollutive coal to natural gas-fired electric generation, which releases about half the carbon dioxide as coal. Nevertheless, the wind sector says that it can up the ante even more — if the current transmission system could be expanded to accommodate more electrons.   In an conference call, the American Wind Energy Association said that wind power has already exceeded the 2020 threshold that the Obama administration has outlined in its Clean Power Plan — and that it could blow past its 2030 goals, if the grid were expanded to the remote locations where many wind farms are getting built.   Moreover, “Some people think we need a battery attached to the wind,” says Michael Goggin, the association’s senior director of research. “All resources are backed up by all other resources on the power system. Changes in wind output are nothing new to grid operators.

Report: Small or large, all fracking companies break rules

The report is revealing top violators among fracking companies. These findings are so important right now because they emphasize how there are no effective regulations on fracking and how important it is for New York's Congressional representatives to do all they can to support the fracking ban.

Maxwell Technologies Ultracapacitors Deployed in Ireland Microgrid Energy Storage System

Freqcon GmbH's energy storage system helps Ireland meet its 40 percent renewable energy generation target

NEC launches modular

Modular renewable energy storage solution can be scaled in line with network traffic growth to future-proof investments by operators and towercos

PSEG Solar Source Dedicates Its 10th Facility

PSEG El Paso Solar Center will power 3,800 homes

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