GCL System Integration (GCL SI) (002506.SZ), a subsidiary of the world’s leading clean energy conglomerate GCL Group, will bring a variety of new mono and multi high-efficiency modules to the exhibition to the annual SNEC PV Power Expo (SNEC) in Shanghai at the end of May.
SCI Engineered Materials, Inc., a global supplier and manufacturer of advanced materials for physical vapor deposition thin film applications who works closely with end users and OEMs to develop innovative, customized solutions, today announced Daniel Rooney, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), has informed the Board of Directors (Board) of his plans to retire in June 2019.
With the new cooperation the companies will meet the demand for LiB’s in high performance Lithium-Ion cells. The demand arises from major cell vendors and large scale energy storage applications.
Hanwha Q CELLS has supplied 140 of its Q.PEAK-G4.1 high performance solar modules to one of the largest self-consumption rooftop PV projects in France.
Siemens provides a comprehensive portfolio of products, solutions, and services to help build and operate microgrids of any size.
Nissan announces the retail launch of its integrated home energy solution, Nissan Energy Solar.
GoodWe is rolling out its new compact 20 kW SDT series inverter for both three-phase households and commercial applications with high power density, which includes two MPP trackers and a wide input voltage range to ensure design flexibility and compatibility with high-output PV panels.
Storage of renewable energy for on-demand distribution of cost competitive and clean electricity is key for fossil-free power generation. Swedish solar technology company, Cleanergy and Masen (Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy) have an ongoing collaboration to address this challenge. The Masen-Cleanergy collaboration is now intensifying through new joint development agreement.
REDEN Solar, a solar IPP from France, has just acquired several existing photovoltaic power plants in Portugal, representing a total capacity of 50 MW. The French Solar project developer also announced plans to develop new projects in the country in the coming years.
Albioma Solar Réunion carried out the refinancing of the portfolio of photovoltaic projects in the Indian Ocean and established credit facilities to finance the Group’s new projects in the same area for the next 18 months.