LONGi Solar Half-Cut Monocrystalline PERC module breaks 360W, Sets A New World Record

LONGi's singular focus on PERC technology significantly reduces the LCOE, thereby advancing grid parity and raising the technological bar in PV. PERC has emerged as a focus technology point, especially in China's "Top Runner" projects. Experts predict that by 2020, PERC will account for 65GW of capacity and about 40% of shipments.

PARAT Halvorsen to present latest green boiler technology developments at All-Energy 2018

Siemens Gamesa selected to supply 225 MW for U.S. wind project

-Siemens Gamesa to supply 98 SWT-2.3-108 wind turbines -Blades and nacelles and hubs to come from Fort Madison, Iowa, and Hutchinson, Kansas, facilities, respectively

GEM Energy Service Group promotes Jeremy Damstra to director of service sales

Jeremy Damstra, of Avon, has been promoted to director of service sales for GEM Energy, part of the Rudolph Libbe Group, a provider of construction and facility services.

The Geothermal Resources Council Announces 2018 Amateur Photo Contest

The 39th Amateur Photo Contest winners will be announced at the GRC Annual Meeting in Reno, Nevada, USA.

The production cost of renewables undercuts fossil fuel energy and nuclear power, for the first time

• According to internal analysis of Kaiserwetter (based on data from Bloomberg, Frankfurt School and IRENA), which groups 15,000 projects and calculates investor risks in 54 countries until 2030, fossil fuels presented costs of between $49 and $174 per MWh in 2017, while renewable energies were between $35 and $54 per MWh • Renewable energies are presented as the best alternative to the high cost of nuclear power to face decarbonization.

ABB launches world's fastest e-vehicle charger at Hannover Messe, strengthening its leadership in sustainable mobility

Commercial launch of the Terra HP fast charger places ABB at the forefront of EV-charging technology

Renewable Energy Company Solar Bankers Uses Blockchain for Solutions in Sustainable Development

Rural electrification has become a policy priority for governments in developing countries yet they often face high cost barriers to expanding the central electricity grid due to rough terrain and low population densities. Especially in Africa, population growth is outpacing the expansion of electricity supply.

ULVAC Announces the LS High-speed Series of Dry Vacuum Pump

A new series combining high pumping speed with signature low power consumption

Low carbon heat: levelling the playing field

Natural Power's Senior Renewable Heat Manager, Andy Yuill, will be joining speakers at Scottish Renewables' Low Carbon Heat Conference on 24th April 2018 at The Studio in Glasgow.

FreeWire And Off the Grid Partner to Deliver Clean Onsite Power to Weekly Street Food Events

Mobi Gen energy storage helps Off the Grid cut carbon emissions by nearly 3 tons in 2018

Maryland energy experts to officials: Efficiency is key to Maryland's clean-energy future

Marylanders who work in the growing energy efficiency sector are calling on public officials to incorporate efficiency and demand management into plans for modernizing Maryland's electric grid and building a clean energy future for the state.

Sungevity Brand Returns One Year After Bankruptcy

In April 2018, the Sungevity rebrand was made official, and Solar Spectrum and Horizon Solar Power began working together under the Sungevity brand to enhance growth.

Large Corporations Are Leading America's Surge in Solar Deployment

SEIA Releases Solar Means Business 2017 Report, Highlighting America's Leading Corporate Solar Installers

PVinsights: Solar market stumbles as buyers turn cautious

The Polysilicon held steady this Wednesday as more buyers halted to pile stocks in recent month in a week of tremendous downward swings felt in downstream market in China. With depressed wafer prices, buyer's efforts to reduce losses have restrained polysilicon price gains, signaling tighter margins and tougher operating conditions for solar wafer firms as polysilicon costs remained high. Although the mono-crystalline wafer makers kept procurement at a solid pace due to aggressive capacity expansion, expensive high-purity polysilicon prices have eroded their profit margin, reluctantly refusing to take further price hike. As for the conventional polysilicon that majorly used for multi-crystalline wafer production, the price pressure was even greater given that sliding multi-crystalline wafer prices and weaker-than-anticipated demand has deterred buyers' interest on procurement. In fact, more 2nd tier and 3rd tier polysilicon suppliers have increasing pressured by dimmed order visibility. Moreover, the recovery of polysilicon production also started to be a major concerns for polysilicon suppliers as the price might be unsustainable soon.

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