Inovateus Solar Participates In Superfund Project

Inovateus Solar, a worldwide developer and installer of commercial and industrial solar power systems, has participated in the development of a ground-based solar array project installed on the newly operational Maywood Solar farm near the Vertellus Specialties headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind. The 43 acre site is owned by Vertellus Specialties and supported by Indianapolis Power

WestGate Church has more than 2,500 congregation members at two South Bay area locations.

Vista Solar Completes 153-kW WestGate Church Array

Vista Solar recently completed a 153-kW solar array for WestGate Church in San Jose, Calif. The system, which was designed and installed by Vista Solar, is expected to offset WestGate’s electricity bill by nearly 95% and generate more than 250,000 kWh of clean energy each year, the equivalent of powering 24 homes. Vista Solar secured


LegalZoom And Meridian Solar Install 260 kW In Texas

LegalZoom, provider of online legal help for businesses and families, has partnered with Meridian Solar, a leader in commercial solar energy solutions, to engineer and construct a 260 kW solar electric system at LegalZoom’s Spectrum Drive office in Austin, Texas. The 260 kW solar electric system, comprised of 864 PV modules, will produce an estimated

Solar projects will generate clean energy as well as jobs in El Salvador.

SolarReserve Signs 20MW Supply Contract In El Salvador

SolarReserve, a developer of utility-scale solar power projects and advanced thermal energy storage technology, recently signed a supply contract for its 20 MW Acajutla PV solar power project in El Salvador as part of a highly competitive tender solicitation by the local electric distribution companies. The tender, the country’s first for utility-scale solar power, was

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SEIA Responds To Department Of Commerce Solar Tariff Decision

On July 25, 2014, the Department of Commerce announced its affirmative preliminary determinations in the anti-dumping duty (AD) investigations of imports of certain crystalline silicon photovoltaic products from China and Taiwan. For the purpose of AD investigations, dumping occurs when a foreign comp any sells a product in the United States at less than its


Yingli Japan To Supply 32 MW To Okayama Project

Yingli Green Energy Japan, a subsidiary of Yingli Solar, recently signed an agreement to supply 32 MW of multicrystalline PV modules to a large-scale project located in Okayama, Japan. According to the agreement, Yingli Japan will deliver approximately 108,000 YGE 72 Cell Series modules for the project from January 2015 to December 2015. The project

The newly completed Anthony Wayne solar array will supply about 30% of the zoo's electricity each year.

2.1-MW Solar Array Powers Toledo Zoo

A 22-acre Toledo Zoo brownfield site that was once in receivership is starting a brand-new life as home to the recently completed 2.1-MW Anthony Wayne ground-mount solar array. Bordered by a buffer zone with newly planted trees and green spaces for native grasses that will be planted this fall, the 28,500-panel solar array is one

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When Lightning Strikes Twice, Is Your Solar Project Safe?

You know the saying “Lightning never strikes twice?” Turns out, it’s a myth. Lightning can strike twice, three times or even more. It also has some favorite targets, with photovoltaic (PV) systems — including combiner boxes, inverters and datalines — at the top of the list. The increased risk for lightning strikes close to PV


Australian Wildlife Park Takes A Bite Out Of Electrical Bill With Solar

Open to the public every day, Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures had an average annual electricity bill of $100,000. To minimize operating expenses, the park owner explored alternative options to offset the attraction’s large energy needs. Contractor Australian Sustainable Energy Services (ASES) has installed an Enphase microinverter system at Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures, a wildlife attraction in Australia.

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Tigo Updates: Solar Decathlon And Smart Module Modeling

Tigo Congratulates Its Solar Decathlon Team The Solar Decathlon competition sets collegiate students the task of designing and building aesthetically pleasing, marketable, and affordable solar-powered homes. The decade-old competition challenges the solar industry’s future leaders in a number of important areas. Tigo acknowledges the importance of this event for the renewable energy industry and congratulates