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Today Solar Bankability announced its final publication Best Practice Guidelines for Risk Identification, Assessment and Mitigation and unveiled two new tools aimed at reducing technical risks associated with solar PV.
Leading on-site renewable energy developer installs 9kWp solar array atop nine story building in City of London
Photon Energy has recently commissioned a 165.55 kWp rooftop solar PV system for Hart District Council’s new flagship Hart Leisure Centre, built by main contractor Willmott Dixon. The £23 million building, now one of the largest leisure facilities in Hampshire, opened its doors to the public earlier this month.
Today, IKEA Retail Poland launches the IKEA Home Solar offer in nine stores and on-line. The offer enables and inspires customers to save money and do their part in tackling climate change. IKEA Group has already installed more than 730,000 solar panels on its own buildings across the world. Bringing home solar to customers is a natural next step. Poland becomes the fourth market where IKEA customers can generate clean and affordable energy at home.
Independent comparison of satellite and ground-based measurements ensures accuracy and consistency of solar resource data for developers worldwide
Ginlong Corporation has launched new high performing, safe and smart PV inverters, both for single and three phase applications, the Solis 4G and Solis HV series.
At the SNEC the SCHMID Group received the Technology Highlights Award 2017 of the pv magazine. The jury considers the DW PreTex inline system for texturing diamond-wire-cut multi-wafers as a “game changer” for the photovoltaic industry.
Michael Geib (48) has been appointed Vice President Global Sales at TESVOLT, a battery storage system producer, in order to expand international sales.
With over 700 percent revenue growth in three years, the global leader in solar trackers ranks first among renewable energy firms on FT 1000 list
Phoenix Nuclear Labs (PNL) has signed a long-term agreement to be the exclusive supplier of high current proton accelerators to California-based Rayton Solar to produce low cost, high efficiency solar panels. Under the terms of the agreement, PNL will deliver the first system to Rayton at the end of 2017, followed by several additional units in 2018 and 2019.