TerraForm Power and SunEdison Announce Acquisition of 930 Megawatt Contracted Wind Portfolio from Invenergy for $2 Billion

- Transformative acquisition from Invenergy, the largest independent wind owner in the United States - Portfolio with expected unlevered annual CAFD of $141M, generating an attractive 10 year levered cash-on-cash yield of 8.4 percent - TerraForm Power establishing 2016 DPS guidance of $1.70, a 26 percent year-over-year increase from 2015 - Transaction further enhances visibility of TerraForm's long-term growth trajectory - Partnership with Invenergy is expected to provide further drop downs and growth opportunities

luv wind LLC presents the International Certification of the LWS 500

luv wind will be at Intersolar North America 2015, July 14-16 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Booth 7983

The Nation's Solar Experts - Krannich Solar at Intersolar North America

Intersolar North America, July 14 -15, 2015 at Moscone Center in San Francisco

Roof Tech Set to Showcase the Industry's Most Innovative Rail-less Mounting Solutions at Intersolar Booth 9732

Ecolibrium Solar launches new EcoX residential rail-less racking system.

Over the past 18 months, Ecolibrium has supplied and supported over 150 MW of residential projects with an early design.

Solar Powered Water Pumping: Combining two hot topics, Water and Solar

A solar powered water system is one of the easiest solar power systems to install and will ultimately save you time and money.

Small Wind Must Not Let DECC Throw the Baby Out With the BIG WIND Bathwater Gaia-Wind.

Johnnie Andringa, CEO of UK small wind turbine manufacturer Gaia-Wind, today called on the Scottish Government and UK rural businesses to act now to protect the Farm Scale wind industry in the UK.

Obama Plan Would Give Poor Easier Access to Solar Energy

The Obama administration on Tuesday announced an initiative to help low- and middle-income Americans gain access to solar energy, part of a series of steps President Obama is taking to tackle climate change, according to administration officials. The administration said it intends to triple the capacity of solar and other renewable energy systems it installs in federally subsidized housing by 2020, make it easier for homeowners to borrow money for solar improvements and start a nationwide program to help renters gain access to solar energy, the officials said. The actions were announced in Baltimore by Brian Deese, Mr. Obama’s senior adviser for climate issues, and Representative Elijah E. Cummings, the Democrat who represents the city. Mr. Deese, in a conference call with reporters, called the moves “part of a bigger-picture effort to try to drive innovation” toward cleaner, low-carbon energy solutions. Also unveiled on Tuesday were commitments totaling more than $520 million from charities, investors, states and cities to pay for solar and energy-efficiency projects for lower-income communities.   Cont'd...

Intersolar - APS microinverters propelled by installer demand to Intersolar NA, July 14-16 in San Francisco

APS rides a wave of installer demand into Intersolar North America, July 14-16 in San Francisco. Propelled by overwhelming response to the A+ Rewards program, an industry-best rebate offering that continues through summer, APS affirms its commitment to solar installers looking for superior pricing and quality in solar microinverter solutions.

Solar SpeedRack's training course approved by NABCEP CE

Solar SpeedRack Inc. announced today that its training course has been approved by The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). NABCEP was founded in 2002 as a non-profit 501 (c)(6) corporation with a mission "to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners."

Solar SpeedRack Inc. announced that its SpeedMount™ racking system has been certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) as fully compliant with its standard 1703.

Solar SpeedRack Inc. announced that its SpeedMount™ racking system has been certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) as fully compliant with its standard 1703. The standard regarding module mounting and Fire Rating Classification was updated in October and the Company is among the first racking systems providers to be certified under the requirements of the new standard.

Circular Energy Expands to Northeast

New company location in Fairfield County, Connecticut will focus on commercial solar development business for large-scale projects in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

Poland gets more of WINAICO with 1.5 MW deal

WINAICO works with Opeus Energia to install 1.5 MW of solar modules in a ground mounted installation in Olsztyn, Poland

NEXTracker Supplies State-of-the-Art Trackers to DEPCOM Power for 42MW Paw Paw Project in Georgia

NEXTracker™ , designer and manufacturer of the world's most advanced single axis PV trackers, today announced that it will ship its state of the art trackers to DEPCOM Power, a utility scale solar EPC provider, for the 42 MW (DC) Paw Paw Solar Facility in central Georgia. The Paw Paw project, recently acquired by Southern Company subsidiary Georgia Power, is part of a 400 MW solar generation portfolio that Georgia Power is developing in the state.

New benches that'll use solar power to charge your phone

This is the "Strawberry bench". The solar-powered smart bench (yes, really) collects energy via a solar panel on its roof, and uses it to power a range of functions: monitoring air quality, disseminating information about the local area, offering free power-ups for the phones of passers-by. This summer, four of these benches will be installed around Canary Wharf, the privately-owned office and retail estate at the heart of London's Docklands. The concept was the winner of the "Cognicity Challenge", a competition intended to find innovative proposals to use technology to create smarter urban environments (and, as a side effect, make everyone feel all warm and fuzzy towards the Canary Wharf Group). The name, incidentally, has nothing to do with actual Strawberries. The company behind them is Belgrade-based Strawberry Energy, whose previous products include the "Strawberry Tree", a vaguely familiar solar-powered mobile phone charge and wifi hub with a bench attached to it. Both products were the work of architect Milos Miliojevic.

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SOLTEC – SFOne single axis tracker

SOLTEC - SFOne single axis tracker

SFOne is the 1P single-axis tracker by Soltec. This tracker combines the mechanical simplicity with the extraordinary expertise of Soltec for more than 18 years. Specially designed for larger 72 an 78 cell modules, this tracker is self-powered thanks to its dedicated module, which results into a lower cost-operational power supply. The SFOne has a 5% less piles than standard competitor, what reduces a 75% the labor time.