Standalone or integrated Soiling Stations reduce uncertainty in measuring energy output in the field
The once weekly video series, posted every Tuesday, is aimed at assisting the solar electric industry to plan successful solar photovoltaic projects.
The large-scale power plants conference will kick-off with a networking golf tournament followed by a welcome speech from Mayor Greg Stanton and a newly-announced keynote speech from Tracey LeBeau of DOE.
70 – 100 amp UL/IEC solar fuse; 3.5 amp in-line fuse
The 2MW system is designed to reduce installation costs
Morgan Technical Ceramics, a leading manufacturer of ceramic components, is developing new ceramic membranes for water filtration and purification for use in industrial wastewater treatment processes.
Company achieves positive results in potential induced degradation testing from ICIM
With support from the Government of Ontario, GE opened its 200,000-square-foot Grid IQ Innovation Centre in Markham.
Morgan Ceramics will be showcasing a range of innovative materials that promote energy conservation and operational efficiency and extend component life at Power-Gen International, taking place December 11-13, 2012, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.
Fronius, the inverter manufacturer from Austria, is known worldwide for leading the way in quality. The Solar Electronics division is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2012 and looking back over many successful years with a sense of satisfaction.
U.S. Solar 'Soft Costs' Offer Opportunity for Additional Price Reduction
A U.S. solar manufacturer's relationship with renewable education workshops is helping the expansion of the solar industry.
ImagineSolar will feature Ideal Power Converters' (IPC) innovative inverter technology in their next Advanced Photovoltaic (PV) System Technologies course scheduled as a weekend workshop December 15th and 16th in Austin, Texas.
Washington Elementary School District goes solar with SurePath® SSA
Becomes Supplier to National Leader of Clean Energy Services
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The addition of energy storage to an existing or new utility-scale PV installation allows system owners and operators the opportunity to capture additional revenues. Traditional storage plus solar applications have involved the coupling of independent storage and PV inverters at an AC bus or the use of multi-input hybrid inverters. An alternative approach - coupling energy storage to PV arrays with a DC-to-DC converter - can help maximize production and profits for existing and new utility-scale installations. DC-Coupled Utility-Scale Solar Plus Storage leads to higher round-trip efficiencies and lower cost of integration with existing PV arrays and at the same time, opens up new revenue streams not possible with traditional AC-coupled storage, including clipping recapture and low voltage harvesting, while being eligible for valuable tax incentives.