Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

July 18, 2019

Independent power producer Soltage LLC is launching Helios Power, a new funding vehicle in partnership with infrastructure equity investment fund Basalt II, to construct 200 megawatts (MW) of solar assets across the U.S.  Building upon this prior partnership, Helios Power will continue distributed solar asset investment in the commercial and industrial, utility,Read More

Indiana school district to build two solar arrays to power its three schools

Indiana school district to build two solar arrays to power its three schools

July 16, 2019

Indiana’s Hamilton Southeastern Schools is partnering with Ameresco, Inc. to bring renewable energy to the school district in the form of ground mount solar farms. Two solar arrays comprised of 4,800 panels will power three of the district’s schools. Ameresco has also provided Hamilton Southeastern Schools with two solar wagonsRead More

Q CELLS is launching an all-black half-cell solar module with 25-year warranty to U.S. market

Q CELLS is launching an all-black half-cell solar module with 25-year warranty to U.S. market

July 18, 2019

Q CELLS is launching a new, all-black iteration of its popular solar module, the Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G6+, into the U.S. market in September 2019 with an extensive 25-year product warranty. This latest version of Q CELLS’ half-cell monocrystalline solar module range is manufactured with larger cells which boast dimensions of 161.70Read More

ACORE urges Ohio Legislature to support pro-renewable, pro-consumer policies

ACORE urges Ohio Legislature to support pro-renewable, pro-consumer policies

July 16, 2019

With the legislative session in Ohio scheduled to end on Wednesday, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is respectfully urging state legislators to support pro-renewable policies and reject any legislation that would stymie renewable energy growth in the state. Following is a statement from Gregory Wetstone, ACORE’s President andRead More

Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

July 18, 2019

Independent power producer Soltage LLC is launching Helios Power, a new funding vehicle in partnership with infrastructure equity investment fund Basalt II, to construct 200 megawatts (MW) of solar assets across the U.S.  Building upon this prior partnership, Helios Power will continue distributed solar asset investment in the commercial and industrial, utility,Read More

 
PV Pointer: Considerations for super small-scale ground-mount PV systems

PV Pointer: Considerations for super small-scale ground-mount PV systems

July 18, 2019

When does a ground-mount system work best? Many times, a roof mount is the only option due to space constraints, but when a bit of open land is available, putting a solar project on the ground provides some huge benefits to homeowners: Flexible design. While a roof is fixed atRead More

Cantsink has a new inverter mounting system to ease solar installs, maintenance

Cantsink has a new inverter mounting system to ease solar installs, maintenance

July 16, 2019

Cantsink, a solar product supplier since 2010, is introducing Centric, its latest solar innovation, to speed inverter installation and make monitoring easier. By allowing location of string inverters at a central position among ground-mounted panels, Centric streamlines inverter placement during construction. In a traditional arrangement underneath the panels, inverters areRead More

Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

July 18, 2019

Independent power producer Soltage LLC is launching Helios Power, a new funding vehicle in partnership with infrastructure equity investment fund Basalt II, to construct 200 megawatts (MW) of solar assets across the U.S.  Building upon this prior partnership, Helios Power will continue distributed solar asset investment in the commercial and industrial, utility,Read More

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Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

Soltage and Basalt ready to fund 200 megawatts of solar via Helios Power

July 18, 2019 at 3:47 pm 0 comments

Independent power producer Soltage LLC is launching Helios Power, a new funding vehicle in partnership with infrastructure equity investment fund Basalt II, to construct 200 megawatts (MW) of solar assets across the U.S.  Building upon this prior partnership, Helios Power will continue distributed solar asset investment in the commercial and industrial, utility,Read More

CleanCapital adds a 15 project solar portfolio in New Jersey for its largest acquisition to date

CleanCapital adds a 15 project solar portfolio in New Jersey for its largest acquisition to date

July 18, 2019 at 3:27 pm 0 comments

CleanCapital just announced its largest acquisition to date, a 75.2 MW solar portfolio made up of 15 operating solar projects in New Jersey. This is the fourth in a series of acquisitions made through CleanCapital’s $250 million investment vehicle with CarVal Investors. CleanCapital now owns and operates 180 MW ofRead More

Q CELLS is launching an all-black half-cell solar module with 25-year warranty to U.S. market

Q CELLS is launching an all-black half-cell solar module with 25-year warranty to U.S. market

July 18, 2019 at 3:17 pm 0 comments

Q CELLS is launching a new, all-black iteration of its popular solar module, the Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G6+, into the U.S. market in September 2019 with an extensive 25-year product warranty. This latest version of Q CELLS’ half-cell monocrystalline solar module range is manufactured with larger cells which boast dimensions of 161.70Read More

GE Solar sells majority stake in new distributed solar + storage venture to BlackRock

GE Solar sells majority stake in new distributed solar + storage venture to BlackRock

July 18, 2019 at 12:40 pm 0 comments

GE Solar and BlackRock rocked the renewable energy sector with the formation of a new business, Distributed Solar Development, a GE Renewable Energy Venture (DSD). The company will be 80 percent owned by a fund managed by BlackRock Real Assets and 20 percent owned by GE Renewable Energy and willRead More

PV Pointer: Considerations for super small-scale ground-mount PV systems

PV Pointer: Considerations for super small-scale ground-mount PV systems

July 18, 2019 at 10:50 am 0 comments

When does a ground-mount system work best? Many times, a roof mount is the only option due to space constraints, but when a bit of open land is available, putting a solar project on the ground provides some huge benefits to homeowners: Flexible design. While a roof is fixed atRead More

Vermeer PD10 Pile Driver

Vermeer PD10 Pile Driver

July 17, 2019 at 8:00 am 0 comments

  Over the past several years, renewable energy sources – like solar – have become increasingly important contributors to the world’s store of available energy. To answer the need for quick-working, accurate equipment, Vermeer has developed the robust, productive PD10 pile driver. The PD10 has been specifically designed to meetRead More

Mercom: Solar corporate funding up 12 percent in 2019

Mercom: Solar corporate funding up 12 percent in 2019

July 16, 2019 at 10:00 am 0 comments

Corporate funding increased in Q2 2019 with $3.3 billion in 29 deals compared to the $2.7 billion in 35 deals in Q1 2019, according to Mercom Capital Group’s Q2 2019 Funding and M&A Report. Year-over-year funding in Q2 2019 was about 12 percent higher compared to the $2.9 billion inRead More

Cypress Creek Renewables ends its internal EPC business with eye toward ‘long-term value creation’ in solar

Cypress Creek Renewables ends its internal EPC business with eye toward ‘long-term value creation’ in solar

July 16, 2019 at 9:41 am 0 comments

Cypress Creek Renewables is shifting to a third-party model for Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), as part of its new Go-Forward strategy, and will be winding down its internal EPC division over the coming months. “Internal EPC made sense when we were concentrated primarily on deploying solar in the Carolinas,Read More

National Grid Ventures officially acquires Geronimo Energy

National Grid Ventures officially acquires Geronimo Energy

July 16, 2019 at 9:28 am 0 comments

  National Grid, through its competitive non-regulated unit National Grid Ventures (NGV), completed its $100 million acquisition of Geronimo Energy, a wind and solar developer in North America. The deal, which was announced on March 7, 2019, has now satisfied all regulatory requirements and closing conditions. National Grid has alsoRead More

Indiana school district to build two solar arrays to power its three schools

Indiana school district to build two solar arrays to power its three schools

July 16, 2019 at 9:08 am 0 comments

Indiana’s Hamilton Southeastern Schools is partnering with Ameresco, Inc. to bring renewable energy to the school district in the form of ground mount solar farms. Two solar arrays comprised of 4,800 panels will power three of the district’s schools. Ameresco has also provided Hamilton Southeastern Schools with two solar wagonsRead More