EKO offers solar measurement and testing solutions

EKO Instruments provides measurement solutions for solar cell evaluation, research and development to verification tests and practical operation. The company’s range of PV products and measurement solutions, from pyranometers to radiometers, fit applications such as cell evaluation (indoor measurements) and module and array evaluation (outdoor measurements). EKO’s on-site I-V instruments, developed in recent years, are

Nexamp and Jiminy Peak launch construction of largest community solar project in Northeast

Nexamp and Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England, recently announced the construction launch of a 2.3-MW community solar facility located on 12 acres of the resort’s property. Earlier this year, Nexamp acquired the development rights for the project from EOS Ventures. The project, which is expected to come online this

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,

Abengoa Yield’s Mojave 280-MW Gross Solar Plant Declares Commercial Operation

Abengoa Yield, the sustainable total return company that owns a diversified portfolio of contracted assets in the energy and environment sectors,  announced that Mojave, the 280-MW gross solar plant located in California, has declared commercial operation on December 1. Located 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles, Mojave generates clean electricity to power approximately 90,000 households in

Solectria Inverters Power Largest CSP Facility

Solectria Renewables’ solar inverters will be used in the 30-MW Alamosa Solar Generating Project, the largest high concentrating photovoltaic power (CPV) generating facility in the world. The solar project consists of over 500 large CPV pedestals, solar inverters and dual axis trackers. The site is located in Alamosa, CO, and extends 225 acres. The San Luis