SunEdison's 3.8 Megawatt South Milford Solar Plant Comes Online
SPI Announces Agreement with K.K. Uniroot to Jointly Develop Over 500 MW of Solar PV Projects in Japan
SPI and Uniroot will establish a joint venture in Japan, in which SPI will hold no less than 51% equity interest, for the development of the Solar PV power plant projects.
The system will be built at Duke Energy's retired W.C. Beckjord coal-fired power plant in New Richmond, Ohio, and is expected to be operational by late 2015.
The complex, located in the vicinity of the Moroccan city of Ouarzazate, is made up of four plants.
Cape Sharp Tidal is a joint venture between Emera Inc. and OpenHydro.
Kyocera, Gaia Power, Kyudenko and Century Tokyo Leasing Announce Construction of 92MW Solar Power Plant in Japan
One of Japan's largest solar installations to provide equivalent power for roughly 30,500 households
LA County Greenlights sPower's Project, Bringing More Clean Energy to SCE Rate Payers
The array built by Affordable Solar will produce 1.8 million kilowatt hours of clean electricity right at the site and cover 1/3 of the distribution center's energy usage.
The system is forecasted to generate over 730,000 kilowatt-hours of power annually.
Eaton Helps Kentucky Power State's Largest Solar Installation at Fort Campbell to Advance Sustainability and Energy Security
The project is the first phase of a planned 5 MW solar array that will help the U.S. Army installation reduce operating costs while contributing to the renewable energy goals and energy independence.
Leading solar monitoring and analytics provider to expand team with key roles to support growth
465 MW will be grid connected in the United States, 239 MW in Mexico and 102 MW in Canada
Proven 2.3-MW turbine now with 120-meter rotor --- Evolutionary product for medium to low wind sites in the Americas region --- SWT-2.3-120 wind turbine to be assebled in the U.S.
Two additional sun2live rooftops installations coming for Supreme Farms facility
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.