MY Completes Grid-connection of the First SCD Offshore Wind Turbine Prototype of 6.5MW Platform

This cutting-edge SCD wind turbine prototype features a two-blade design with a light weight permanent magnet generator.

Hanwha Q CELLS Announces $20 Million Credit Facility with Wells Fargo

The credit line will be used for working capital and other general corporate purposes.

Hinckley Allen helps Deepwater Wind develop, finance, and construct the country's first offshore wind farm

The 30-megawatt offshore wind farm will include five wind turbines located in Rhode Island state waters, approximately three miles south of Block Island.

Led by Commercial Systems, 9 Percent of Solar PV Systems in North America Will Have Storage Attached in 2018, IHS Says

700 MW of PV systems to be installed with energy storage attached in North America in 2018, compared to 30 MW in 2014

Trina Solar to Supply 48 MW of Solar Modules to ACME India

India is no doubt a robust and growing emerging market for solar energy."

AT THE SPEARHEAD OF THE FASTEST-GROWING SOLAR MARKET WORLDWIDE

Solar industry meets at Intersolar China 2015 in Beijing

Harvesting solar power in space one step closer

From  Tereza Pultarova for E&T Magazine:  Japanese engineering giant Mitsubishi has successfully demonstrated wireless power transmission over a larger distance paving the way for harvesting energy in outer space. During the test at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works facility near Osaka, the engineers managed to beam 10kW of power through a microwave transmitter across a 500m distance.   As the beam of microwaves hit the receiver and got converted back into energy, its LED lights turned on using the received power.   Mitsubishi said the test ‘marks a new milestone’ in terms of both, the distance and power load, and verifies the firm’s space solar power systems (SSPS) concept.   Mitsubishi envisions SSPS will take solar energy generation to an entirely new level. Solar panels would be placed at geostationary satellites, which hang above a fixed spot above the Earth’s surface at the distance of 36,000km, and unhindered by Earth’s atmosphere would generate energy much more efficiently.   The wireless transmission system, freeing energy generation from the reliance on cables and wires, would then beam the energy to Earth using a microwave or laser technology.   Mitsubishi believes space-based solar power will revolutionise renewable energy generation and will in future become the world’s number one source of clean renewable power.

FastRack510 Installed at Hawaii's Largest Airports

The minimal seismic anchors were installed at a rate of up to five per man hour. Combined, the arrays were spread over more than ten individual flat roofs.

Upcoming solar eclipse to wreak havoc on Germany's solar power output

By Andrew Freedman for Mashable: The partial solar eclipse slated to take place throughout Europe on March 20 may delight skywatchers, but it's presenting a significant headache for the operators of Germany's electricity grid. The country is a world leader in solar energy, boasting a huge edge over the U.S. in installed solar power generation.   When the eclipse occurs between about 9:30 a.m. and 12 p.m., local time, on the 20th, electric utilities in Germany will have to contend with rapid swings in energy production. First, there will be a steep drop-off in generation, followed by a sudden spike.   These fluctuations, and how utilities choose to cope with them, provide a preview of what utilities in the U.S. and other nations face, as renewable energy production soars in coming decades, according to an analysis from Opower, a software company that uses data to help utilities improve the customer experience.   Germany gets about 7% of its electricity each year from solar panels, compared to 0.5% in the U.S., according to Barry Fischer, a writer and analyst at Opower. On the sunniest days, Germany can meet half of its electricity demand through solar power alone, he told Mashable in an interview.  

Bright New Future for Clean Energy: Maintenance Assistant and Inaccess partner to revolutionize the Solar Power Industry

Industry leaders, Maintenance Assistant Inc and Inaccess, announce a strategic partnership to distribute and seamlessly integrate Inaccess's vendor independent monitoring and control system with the MA Cloud CMMS. The joint solution promises to redefine best-in-class maintenance at solar plants around the world. Real-time, rich diagnostic and fault data is sent directly from Inaccess's monitoring systems to Maintenance Assistant's Cloud CMMS platform for immediate follow-up.

More Affordable Solar Panels Introduced by ESI in 2015

ESI introduces more affordable solar programs for homeowners in 2015.

Azuri Launches New Generation Solar Home Systems with HomeSmart Technology

Quad family of products first to benefit from latest in performance automation

EnergyAustralia Brings Smart Solar to the Masses with the Enphase Microinverter System

Enphase Energy raises profile in Australian residential segment

Canadian Solar Introduces the CS6K All-Black Solar Module Line into the Americas Market

The introduction of these modules into the North and South American markets represents a strategic business decision for Canadian Solar's Americas division.

US based, Rayton Solar, Produces the World's Cheapest Energy Via a Laser Beam

What this means to Americans – a pathway for US energy independence, an impending power shift away from oil rich countries, potentially huge utility bill savings, and US manufacturing jobs coming back home.

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