• 56 wind turbines of the six-megawatt class for the Galloper project • Siemens Financial Services to hold 25 percent of the total equity in Galloper Wind Farm Ltd. • Output of 336 megawatts to supply up to 336,000 British households • Long-term maintenance contract
Renogy is releasing two new PWM Solar Charge Controllers during the month of October. Visit http://www.Renogy-Store.com for additional information.
12 MW solar system to generate 5 percent of Kauais energy needs
Sutter and Sterlington projects comprise the sPower Riverhead Solar Farm and are part of PSEG-LIs Clean Solar Initiative Feed-In-Tariff Program
Hanwha plans to complete the development, design, and construction of the solar project in an expedited fashion.
Prospective owners can now borrow as little as $50,000, or as much as $5 million, with no equity or loan-to-value restrictions.
Agreement Will Save More Than $2 Million, Reduce CO2 Emissions, and Help Meet Sustainability Goals
Vinyasun is eliminating that challenge and delivering homeowners an immediate opportunity to begin saving on day one.
Terry Anderson, President of TRA Snow and Sun which manufactures roof snow retention, solar mounting and flashing/ventilation products, receives trademark rights for the "Ridge Riser."
Berlin-based Valentin Software will launch the next generation of its design software PV*SOL premium at the end of this year. With significant new features, PV*SOL premium 2016 will make the process of designing a PV system even easier and faster.
By Kelly Hodgkins for Digital Trends: Danish state-owned company Dong Energy A/S plans to set a new world record for the world’s largest offshore wind farm, breaking the existing record currently held by the 630-megawatt London Array, another facility built by Dong. The new U.K. wind farm will be located in the Irish Sea, about 12 miles off the west coast of Great Britain. When commissioned, it will provide enough energy to power almost a half million homes. It’s no surprise that Dong is behind this effort, as it is Denmark’s largest energy company and the world’s largest developer of offshore wind power. The company has a longstanding relationship with the UK, constructing and, in some cases, operating multiple offshore wind facilities, including those in Barrow, Burbo Bank, and Walney Island. Between these projects and others in Germany, Dong now has a total of 5.1 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity. It aims to expand this capacity even further with a projected goal of 6.5 gigawatts of offshore wind energy production by 2020. Cont'd...
Today NEXTracker, Inc. , a Flex company, marks a significant milestone: the company is now shipping 100 MW of its solar trackers per week to locations around the world. NEXTracker has over 1800 MW of advanced trackers operating or under construction with several dozen customers on five continents.
Austin Energy is quickly establishing itself as one of Texas' most forward thinking utilities and one of its most price-savvy ones, too. Earlier this month the utility announced that it's requests for proposals for solar power projects came in at record-low costs. Now it's revealing some more information about its new contracts. Today (Oct. 29) First Solar announced that it signed a 15 year power-purchase agreement with the utility for a 119 megawatt East Pecos Solar Project.
Matthew Gunther for Chemistry World: Perovskite solar cells may one day rival silicon-based technologies, but their performance outside the laboratory has been a constant source of contention in the past year. Now, an international team of scientists has manufactured the first thin film perovskite solar cell with a reported efficiency that has beenofficially recognised by an accredited national test laboratory.1 Since their development in 2012, the performance of light-harvesting metal–organo halide structures has seemingly improved at a staggering rate, with their efficiency increasing by six percentage points in just two years – the same increase took multi-crystalline solar cells over two decades. But their stability has been brought into question, with some international test centres taking issue with perovskite solar cells that are so unstable that they may degrade spontaneously in air, making it hard for them to assess their performance. It’s a state of affairs that Michael Grätzel from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland has had trouble dealing with. ‘Conspicuously, you could see that from the very beginning there was very scarce information on the stability of these devices,’ comments Grätzel. ‘I have raised that issue many times – one would think that now everybody does stability work after this alarm was sounded, but not so.' Cont'd...
• 47 wind turbines for UK project of DONG Energy • Walney Extension East to have a total capacity of 330 megawatts • Service to be provided by Siemens and DONG Energy over a period of 5 years
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