REC Solar and Integrated Solar Selected to Build 2.5 MW DC Solar Array in Brattleboro, Vermont
Construction is complete for Phase I of the 400 MW Texas solar power project
A 315 kW array is being constructed for Therm-X, a thermal solutions company based in California, and will be powered by ReneSola's 305W polycrystalline panels.
Trina Solar is expected to commence shipment in late December.
Providing 19.3 MW of Clean Solar Power to APS Customers
Vishay Intertechnology Extends 159 PUL-SI Snap-in Power Aluminum Capacitors With Rated Voltage to 500 V at +105 °C
Devices Offer High Ripple Current to 2.80 A Over Full Lifetime for Solar Inverter and Industrial Motor Control Applications
Phase 1 of 2.5MW total parking lot canopy installation now complete, dedication ceremony to be held at 11 am MST, December 20
Everyone was very impressed by the state of the art manufacturing lines and the new KACO new energy inverters.
Construction of 150 MW CIS solar module Tohoku Plant with latest mass-production technologies next step toward global growth
Timely progress encouraging, but much work still to be done
"Renewables on their own are already producing more electricity than either coal or gas.
Asia-Pacific Region to Account for Half of Global Solar Photovoltaic Demand in 2014, According to NPD Solarbuzz
Thailand to join China, Japan, Australia, and India as the major PV markets in the APAC region next year
Mosaic's 2014 New Years Resolution Campaign, "Put Solar On It," Invites Everyone to Join Mark Ruffalo and Social Leaders in Pledging to Take a Building Solar This Year
Throughout 2014, Mosaic will provide people with the tools and network they need to make their pledge a reality.
“There was a fire on a building in Munich which had solar panels and the Munich Fire Department let it burn to the ground,” rather than risk injury to its fire fighters, said Henson. Realizing that this could potentially become a recurrent problem in a geographic area that is reliant on solar power, the fire department approached TOPinno and asked for its help finding a way that the solar panels could be disabled in cases of fire. The result was a small sensor, or fuse, that is placed between the panels and monitors the heat of the photovoltaic unit while subbing as a manual shut-off switch for emergency situations. “The moment the fuses are broken due to the heat, the voltage will go down to below 120V, which is the legal requirement to be able to use water to extinguish the flames,” says TOPinno GMBH’s General Manager, Raymond Huwaë. But first responders needing to access the roof because of a fire inside the building (such as in Delanco, New Jersey or Munich, Germany) would also have the option of disengaging the fuse manually. “Currently we are negotiating with the UL Laboratories in Illinois USA, to have the fuse UL certified,” said Huwaë. Full Article:
The new Whole Foods Market in Brooklyn is illuminated by UGE's hybrid wind and solar streetlights and customers can charge cars at UGE's renewable EV charging stations
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