Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

December 23, 2014

Solectria Renewables LLC, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, reports that Advanced Solar Products chose its PVI 23TL and PVI 28TL inverters to power Bausch and Lomb’s manufacturing plant in Rochester, New York. The 1.1MW system feature 28, PVI 28TL’s and 5, PVI 23TL’s 1000 VDC, three-phase, transformerless inverters. TheRead More

Equal Earth to Acquire 5-MW Solar Farm in Ohio

Equal Earth to Acquire 5-MW Solar Farm in Ohio

November 13, 2014

Equal Earth, a diversified renewable company, today announced that it signed an exclusive agreement to acquire a 5-MW solar photovoltaic farm in Ohio. The project has a long‐term PPA with a municipal utility and the deal is expected to close before year­‐end. The transaction is the latest in a seriesRead More

Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

December 23, 2014

Solectria Renewables LLC, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, reports that Advanced Solar Products chose its PVI 23TL and PVI 28TL inverters to power Bausch and Lomb’s manufacturing plant in Rochester, New York. The 1.1MW system feature 28, PVI 28TL’s and 5, PVI 23TL’s 1000 VDC, three-phase, transformerless inverters. TheRead More

New Belgium Brewing adds 50% more onsite solar capacity

New Belgium Brewing adds 50% more onsite solar capacity

December 18, 2014

New Belgium Brewing Co. is once again partnering with Boulder-based Namasté Solar to add an additional 96.525 kW of photovoltaic solar paneling at its Fort Collins facility. The new system will be in addition to 870 panels New Belgium installed in 2009 and will bring total onsite solar production toRead More

Washington Gas Energy Systems Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies in Georgia

Washington Gas Energy Systems Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies in Georgia

December 16, 2014

Washington Gas Energy Systems Inc. just announced the completion of 20 solar projects, totaling more than 15 megawatts, that will produce renewable energy for Georgia Power. The company held ribbon cutting ceremonies at their sites in Donalsonville and Richland, Ga. on Thursday, Dec. 11, and another event in Greenville, Ga. onRead More

Phono Solar Commissions 1.94-MW Project for Texas School District

Phono Solar Commissions 1.94-MW Project for Texas School District

November 19, 2014

Phono Solar, a Bloomberg-rated Tier 1 PV Module Maker, today announces the commissioning of the Pflugerville School District solar project. The 1.94-MW project will achieve approximately $1 million in savings after accounting for the cost of the solar panels and eliminate more than 51,300 tons of carbon pollution over the systems’ lifetime.Read More

SolarCraft and Enphase Energy Help Liberty School Cut Energy Costs with Solar

SolarCraft and Enphase Energy Help Liberty School Cut Energy Costs with Solar

December 23, 2014

Novato and Sonoma-based SolarCraft has completed the construction of a 44.7 kW solar electric system at Liberty School in the rolling hills of West Petaluma, Calif. The installation of the solar photovoltaic array will reduce the school’s carbon footprint and save thousands of dollars in energy costs for years toRead More

Panasonic to Acquire 6-MW Ontario Solar Project

Panasonic to Acquire 6-MW Ontario Solar Project

October 7, 2014

Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada Inc. announced that it teamed up with Coronal Group LLC to acquire the 6-MW Balsam Lake Solar Project from Balsam Lake Green Energy. The project, based in the City of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, is part of the Ontario Power Authority’s Feed-In Tariff Program. The Balsam LakeRead More

SMA America Inverters Power Largest PV Plant in Honduras

SMA America Inverters Power Largest PV Plant in Honduras

November 5, 2014

SMA’s decentralized inverter solutions have been selected for the largest PV plant in Honduras. The 24-MW Pavana Solar Park in Choluteca will feature a decentralized system design with 880 Sunny Tripower 24000TL-US three-phase, transformerless inverters and 22 SMA Cluster Controllers for advanced system monitoring and control. The power plant, designedRead More

RoboSolar

RoboSolar

November 10, 2014

Alion Energy uses robot technology to drive down the cost of brownfield solar installations. Robots in the solar industry are still a bit of a novelty out in the field, but Alion Energy of Richmond, Calif., has just rolled out its second generation robotic panel placement unit — the RoverRead More

Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

December 23, 2014

Solectria Renewables LLC, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, reports that Advanced Solar Products chose its PVI 23TL and PVI 28TL inverters to power Bausch and Lomb’s manufacturing plant in Rochester, New York. The 1.1MW system feature 28, PVI 28TL’s and 5, PVI 23TL’s 1000 VDC, three-phase, transformerless inverters. TheRead More

Array Technologies Supplies 28 MW of Solar Trackers to California Project

Array Technologies Supplies 28 MW of Solar Trackers to California Project

November 20, 2014

Array Technologies Inc. (ATI) and construction powerhouse White Construction Inc. signed a tracker supply agreement for more than 28 MW of Array Technologies’ leading DuraTrack HZ single-axis solar tracking system earlier this year. The DuraTrack HZ structure features a customized 120° range of motion and holds roughly 94,340 high performanceRead More

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Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

Solectria Inverters Power Bausch & Lomb Plant

December 23, 2014 at 2:50 pm 0 comments

Solectria Renewables LLC, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, reports that Advanced Solar Products chose its PVI 23TL and PVI 28TL inverters to power Bausch and Lomb’s manufacturing plant in Rochester, New York. The 1.1MW system feature 28, PVI 28TL’s and 5, PVI 23TL’s 1000 VDC, three-phase, transformerless inverters. TheRead More

Solar Dominates Energy Generation

Solar Dominates Energy Generation

December 23, 2014 at 11:22 am 0 comments

For the ninth time in the past 11 months, solar and wind energy dominated the new U.S. electrical generating capacity. In it’s latest “Energy Infrastructure Update” report (with data through Nov. 30, 2014), the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Office of Energy Projects, states that wind energy and solar powerRead More

SolarCraft and Enphase Energy Help Liberty School Cut Energy Costs with Solar

SolarCraft and Enphase Energy Help Liberty School Cut Energy Costs with Solar

December 23, 2014 at 10:32 am 0 comments

Novato and Sonoma-based SolarCraft has completed the construction of a 44.7 kW solar electric system at Liberty School in the rolling hills of West Petaluma, Calif. The installation of the solar photovoltaic array will reduce the school’s carbon footprint and save thousands of dollars in energy costs for years toRead More

New Belgium Brewing adds 50% more onsite solar capacity

New Belgium Brewing adds 50% more onsite solar capacity

December 18, 2014 at 12:34 pm 0 comments

New Belgium Brewing Co. is once again partnering with Boulder-based Namasté Solar to add an additional 96.525 kW of photovoltaic solar paneling at its Fort Collins facility. The new system will be in addition to 870 panels New Belgium installed in 2009 and will bring total onsite solar production toRead More

The Martifer Solar headquarters in Portugal.

Martifer Solar Develops UK PV Plant

December 17, 2014 at 3:42 pm 0 comments

Martifer Solar, a Portugal-based fully-integrated player in the global photovoltaic market, has completed development of a 4.27 MW PV plant in the United Kingdom for Smartenergy Renewables AG. Located near Exeter, the Francis Court solar plant is part of the portfolio of projects being developed by Martifer Solar in theRead More

Washington Gas Energy Systems Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies in Georgia

Washington Gas Energy Systems Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies in Georgia

December 16, 2014 at 9:32 am 0 comments

Washington Gas Energy Systems Inc. just announced the completion of 20 solar projects, totaling more than 15 megawatts, that will produce renewable energy for Georgia Power. The company held ribbon cutting ceremonies at their sites in Donalsonville and Richland, Ga. on Thursday, Dec. 11, and another event in Greenville, Ga. onRead More

Eaton Helps Power Africa’s Largest Microgrid Project

Eaton Helps Power Africa’s Largest Microgrid Project

December 15, 2014 at 3:33 pm 0 comments

Power management company Eaton is providing electrical engineering services and power distribution equipment for the construction of a 5-megawatt (MW) solar microgrid system in Annobon Province, an island off Equatorial Guinea in West Central Africa. The Eaton microgrid has battery storage and is designed to supply reliable and predictable powerRead More

Mounting Systems Partners with Everybody Solar to Bring Solar to Local Wildlife

Mounting Systems Partners with Everybody Solar to Bring Solar to Local Wildlife

December 15, 2014 at 2:30 pm 0 comments

Everybody Solar announced that Mounting Systems Inc., a leading manufacturer of solar racking systems, has donated a complete Alpha on-roof mounting system to the Wildlife Associates project in Half Moon Bay. The new racking system will help lower the cost of the 29 kW solar installation and brings the ‘BringRead More

Western Nevada Supply Adds APS Microinverter Line

Western Nevada Supply Adds APS Microinverter Line

December 15, 2014 at 12:30 pm 0 comments

Regionally renowned equipment distributor Western Nevada Supply has added the APS microinverter line to its solar product offerings. Known as “the Blue Team,” Western Nevada marked 50 years of local family ownership in 2014, and serves customers throughout the Nevada and California markets with an extensive line of solar, HVAC,Read More

Washington Gas Energy Systems to Evaluate Battery Storage System in Cedartown, Ga.

Washington Gas Energy Systems to Evaluate Battery Storage System in Cedartown, Ga.

December 15, 2014 at 12:01 pm 0 comments

WGL Holdings Inc., through its subsidiary, Washington Gas Energy Systems (WGESystems), announced an agreement with Southern Company and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) to test and evaluate a battery storage system at a 1-megawatt (MW) solar array in Cedartown, Ga. The project will analyze a 1-MW/2-MWh lithium ion batteryRead More