Canadian Solar will provide operations and maintenance to IESO for a period of 36 months.
The solar farm is currently the largest in the University of California system
Clarkstown NY 2.5MW Landfill Site Completed by OnForce Solar Using GameChange Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground System
NEW YORK – November 6th, 2014 – GameChange Racking today announced the Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground System was utilized in the installation of a landfill solar system. OnForce Solar, a leading provider of solar energy systems, recently completed construction of the large-scale, 2.364 MW solar array built on a decommissioned, capped landfill in West Nyack for the Town of Clarkstown. This solar installation is the first of its kind built on a landfill in the State of New York.
Sempra U.S. Gas and Power will continue to provide operations and maintenance services for the plant, which generates enough renewable energy to power about 30,000 Nebraska homes.
Attendees were able to ascertain from the presentation, that offshore wind farm cable designs requires a multi-disciplined approach.
Other module products will be certified in the very near future, including 72-cell modules, black frame, and black back sheet models.
IHS Answers Key Questions
Mexico City-based Advance Green Power is bringing APS microinverter technology to the fast-developing Mexico market. The company will offer APS products as part of its comprehensive line of residential and commercial PV solutions.
ResearchBeam.com adds a report titled "Global Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Panel Market (Grid Type, Technology, End-User, Geography) - Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2012 - 2020". The report provides an
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are part of a growing number of tech and other major companies that are entering into long-term “power purchase” agreements (PPAs) with wind farms to ensure a steady stream of power, at a fixed cost, over a period as long as several decades. Most recently, last month Yahoo signed such a deal for wind power in the Great Plains with OwnEnergy, a wind energy developer. Google -- which is already carbon neutral and now trying to power itself with “100 percent renewable energy” -- has the longest history here. It has three PPA deals in the U.S. wind sector (in Iowa, Oklahoma, and Texas), and two more in Sweden. Microsoft, meanwhile, currently has two PPA deals with wind installments located near its data centers in Texas and Illinois. The agreements provide 285 megawatts of power to help drive both Bing searches and also its other online platforms, according to Brian Janous, the company’s director of energy strategy. What these deals have in common is that they involve purchasing clean energy in close proximity to the power hungry data centers that these companies operate -- data centers that in turn drive searches, apps like Gmail and much more. “These are very energy intensive operations that these companies are planning on running for years, and they know they need electricity,” says Emily Williams of the American Wind Energy Association.
New report on business and municipalities using fuel cells highlights industry association members and the multiple benefits fuel cells offer, including reliability, efficiency and savings.
This year's Solar Power International in Las Vegas wrapped up on the 23rd of October. It was a major event for Clenergy and for the solar industry.
Clenergy (Xiamen) Energy Investment recently completed the PV project on the China-Xiamen Hi-tech Innovation Center (XMIBI), which is the largest distributed solar project in the province of Fujian.
Clenergy Malaysia (Regional Office) was an exhibitor at the 5th International Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition and Conference Malaysia (IGEM 2014) held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre KLCC from October 16th to 19th.
Trina Solar Completes 7.8 MW Module Supply to Power Ten Commercial Rooftop Solar Power Plants in Thailand
A total of 31,200 Honey modules (TSM-PC05A) will be installed on Siam Global House rooftops across Thailand
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