Exosun will release updated tracker at SPI

The Exotrack HZ is a horizontal single-axis tracking system that can boost utility-scale plant output by 25% in comparison to fixed-tilt installations. Its new version, to be unveiled at SPI in Anaheim, has been perfected to meet client needs. Thanks to its short rows, Exotrack HZ v2 smoothly follows undulated topography, drastically decreasing land grading


KACO to resell Ideal Power’s products under its label

Ideal Power  and KACO new energy have entered into an agreement that will allow KACO to resell Ideal Power’s products under the KACO label. In addition, KACO will utilize Ideal Power’s patented Power Packet Switching Architecture (PPSA) to develop its own differentiated products and integrated energy storage system solutions. KACO new energy is the one of


Intertek launches North America’s first mobile PV testcenter for solar modules

Intertek, a leading quality solutions provider to industries worldwide, and the Center for the Evaluation of Clean Energy Technology (CECET) have partnered to offer a first in the renewable energy industry in North America—a mobile platform for testing photovoltaic (PV) modules where they are installed. This mobile testing laboratory, known as the Mobile PV Testcenter


Baltimore Ravens to install solar system that will meet 15% of electricity needs

Constellation and the Baltimore Ravens announced an agreement to construct a 375-kWdc solar generation project at the team’s headquarters and training facility in Owings Mills, Md. Constellation, a longtime sponsor of the Baltimore Ravens, provides energy services to the team and is the “Official Energy Services Sponsor of the Baltimore Ravens.” The roof-mounted solar power system


SolarCity offers affordable small and medium business options

SolarCity  introduced a new solar energy service today that will make it possible for many small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to pay less for solar electricity than they pay for power from their local utility for the first time. SolarCity will initially offer its SMB service to owner-occupied business locations in California, but expects to

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Shared solar project by NRG signals strong future for community solar model

NRG Energy recently announced it is leveraging its expertise to bring shared solar – also known as community solar – to customers across the United States, fulfilling on the company’s customer-focused commitment. “Residents in several states across America – including Colorado, Massachusetts and Minnesota – have spoken: they want their lives to be powered by affordable,

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General Cable coating helps utilities optimize the power grid

General Cable offers its E3X Technology, which enables utilities to optimize the power grid by adding more capacity and controlling losses, ultimately resulting in improved sustainability, reliability and resilience with significant first-cost and long-term operational savings. The patent-pending E3X Technology is a thin, durable coating applied to the surface of any General Cable TransPowr overhead conductor


Nautilus Solar Energy and Swinerton partner on asset management services

Nautilus Solar Energy LLC, a full service solar solutions provider in the United States and Canada, and Swinerton Renewable Energy, an EPC company providing O&M services for renewable energy projects under the name SOLV, are pleased to announce an agreement to provide combined Asset Management services to utility-scale (grid-tied) customers in the United States. Both

Indiana based Inovateus Solar is awarded the installation of a 2.5-megawatt AC, ground-mounted solar array project for Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) an operating unit of American Electric Power (AEP). The future site of the new I&M solar array is in Marion, Indiana, adjacent to the company's Deer Creek substation. (PRNewsFoto/Inovateus Solar)

Inovateus Solar to install four solar projects in Indiana and Michigan

Indiana based Inovateus Solar announced it was awarded the installation of a 2.5-megawatt AC, ground-mounted solar array project for Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) an operating unit of American Electric Power (AEP). The future site of the new I&M solar array is in Marion, Indiana, adjacent to the company’s Deer Creek substation. Groundbreaking for the new

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E.ON Solar completes first solar array in California

E.ON Solar, a part of E.ON SE, announced the completion of Alamo Solar in San Bernardino County, California. The 20-MWac photovoltaic solar facility, located near the town of Oro Grande, marks E.ON’s first solar project executed in the state and is the latest expansion of a growing U.S. footprint. “E.ON Solar is very proud of