Worldwide Solutions for Solar PV Mounting Systems presents innovations for SPI 2015

Solar Power International in Anaheim from September 14-17

Amcor Expands Availability of Lightweight, Flexible Solar 
Front Sheets Made from Solvay's Halar ECTFE Resin

Durable, highly transparent Halar ECTFE-based films offer massive
weight reduction and flexibility by replacing glass in photovoltaic modules

Global solar technology leader APS rebrands as APsystems

APS, a global leader in solar technology, is now APsystems. The brand refinement highlights the company's commitment to powerful alternative energy solutions, and its evolution from a product-oriented portfolio to a whole-systems innovator. The phrase "Altenergy Power," a nod to the company's original legal name, will appear beneath APsystems in the company's new mark.

Canadian Solar Announces Partnership in 200 Megawatt Tranquillity Solar Power Project

The Tranquillity project, covering an area of 1,900 acres in Fresno County, is expected to reach commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Southern Company subsidiary acquires 200-MW California solar project

Tops 350 MW of solar ownership in the state

JA Solar to Supply 70 MW of Modules to Australia's Moree Solar Farm

"The Moree Solar Farm is currently the largest solar farm under construction in Australia."

ReneSola Sells 34.6 MW Utility Scale Project in the UK

This represents ReneSola's second project sale to Foresight Group.

NASA Seeks Proposals for Extreme Environment Solar Arrays

NASA's space technology program is seeking proposals to develop solar array systems for space power in high radiation and low solar energy environments.

Ming Yang Co-Founded Guangdong Renewable Energy Industry Fund

Ming Yang expects to make a limited partner capital commitment of up to RMB1 billion to the Guangdong Renewable Energy Industry Fund (the "Fund"), a fund to be established and managed by Oriental Millennium.

UGE International and Alpha Energy to Collaborate on Microgrid Projects

Companies see alliance on renewable energy projects as large contributor to future growth in fast growing distributed solar and microgrid sector

Visionary Project Led By UC-Riverside, SolarMax Technology, Government and Industry Partners Points the Way to Solar's Future

Shows Potential for Commercial-Scale Storage and Distribution

NASA Seeks Proposals for Extreme Environment Solar Arrays

NASA's space technology program is seeking proposals to develop solar array systems for space power in high radiation and low solar energy environments.  In the near future, NASA will need solar cells and arrays for multiple applications in robotic and human space exploration missions. Because these systems were traditionally developed for operation near Earth, there is a need to develop new solar array concepts as NASA considers missions that require exposure to more intense radiation environments and travel ever farther from the sun.  NASA hopes to solicit proposals for the development of promising technologies to increase solar cells that will work under low intensity, low temperature and high radiation environments. Proposals will be accepted from U.S. organizations, including NASA centers and other government agencies, federally funded research and development centers, educational institutions, industry and nonprofit organizations.

Renewable Energies Decline in Canada

The first half of 2015 is another bad period for renewable energies in Canada, according to federal data.

Congressman Valadao Joins with CalCom Solar, Medeiros and Son Dairy, Local Officials and Project Partners to Dedicate 1.1MW Solar System in California's Central Valley

PV Array Built by CalCom Solar Facilitates Optimized Energy Use at Leading California Dairy

Powering the future, Clenergy sponsors Japan Kogakuin solar racing team

Clenergy, the innovative solar solution provider, is proud to announce its sponsorship of Japan Kogakuin University's solar racing team in the 2015 World Solar Challenge, a biennial world solar vehicle race.

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