There are more than 70 software solutions for plant monitoring with different functions and prices. In order to clear this jungle, Solytic has created a compact overview of ten professional solutions.
Yellow Door Energy, the leading commercial solar developer in the Middle East, has signed a solar agreement with Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA).
The global solar panel recycling market was valued at $80.7 million in 2017 and is expected to reach $269.8 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 22.0% during the forecast period (2018–2023).
Zhejiang, China and Dublin, Ohio — Dec. 7, 2019. Ginlong Technologies (Stock Code: 300763.SZ), a global leader in photovoltaic string inverter manufacturing, announces that its Solis storage inverter is now compatible with LG home battery RESU. The Solis Residential Hybrid Inverter (RHI) now is fully compatible with LG RESU 48V line-ups to provide stable, reliable home energy storage. With this partnership, Ginlong is offering more choices to customers in the U.S., Europe, Australia and other markets globally.
In order to meet the U.S. order demand surge, Talesun Solar Thailand production base successfully completed the 1.5 GW capacity upgrade in November 2019. At the same time, Zhongli Group, the parent company of Talesun Solar, reclaimed most of its domestic power station receivables. The accounts receivable of poverty alleviation power stations exceeded 1.752 billion […]
Powerdoo is joining Berlin-based Solytic. The startup is building a digital advisor for all topics around solar to turn data into profitable actions. Their data-driven marketplace is the first End-to-End solution, interconnecting PV plants via monitoring and analytics to beneficial solutions from merchants. The VC-backed company is the fastest growing solar software startup worldwide, hitting the milestone of 100.000 PV plants only 2 years after launch.
Tonga’s first large scale Battery Energy Storage System to be built at the Popua Power Station is expected to be operational in May 2020, contributing to Tonga’s 50% Renewable Energy target.
The 34 MW solar project is located in Hokkaido, Japan- a remote area with a slope of 0-20º. Combined with the local complex terrain environment, Antaisolar provided aluminum solar racking solution with E-W direction adjustable and ground screw foundation.
See below for the top 5 highlights from Clenergy during All-Energy Australia 2019.
Significant extension to Fortum’s developed projects cements Ecoppia’s global leadership with over 7GW of awarded projects to date.
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