AEG Polycrystalline solar modules were deployed in three ground-mounted, utility-scale installations in the UK with a cumulative installed capacity of 13.54 MWp
IBC SOLAR AG, a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy storage, is expanding its PV Manager with a new, unique tool.
Leadership from Georgia Power and the Department of the Navy (DON) today joined elected officials, community leaders and other dignitaries at Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany to mark the start of construction for a new 31 megawatt (MW) alternating current (AC) (44 MW direct current) solar generation facility.
The largest solar installation at an airport in France was installed on carports over 1,800 parking spaces.
RECOM is delighted to announce the construction of a 10MW photovoltaic plant in Fuerstenwalde, Germany as the company continues its positive growth and expansion of services.
WotechSolar today announced that it has supplied Elektro Lingscheidtt in Bruckackerstrasse, Germany with 10 MW of PV solar modules in Germany.
All ET Solar's monocrystalline modules are certificated by VDE and ETL, and have passed the strict tests under the standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL). Compared with traditional PV modules, ET Solar's monocrystalline modules are more durable and reliable, resulting in less degradation in extreme weather conditions.
Benu Energy has completed two ground mounted solar farms for South Gloucestershire Council with over 3,000 solar panels being installed on a former landfill site (246 kWp), in Yate, and a former sewage works (748 kWp), near Bristol.
By the end of the summer, IKEA branded solar panels will be available for purchase online and in UK stores.
The announcement yesterday coincides with new research revealing that 33% of UK homeowners would like to invest in residential solar panels in order to cut their electricity bills.
Three major IKEA stores, in Glasgow, Birmingham, and Lakeside, opened their “Solar Shops” yesterday and the company plans to launch them in every store across the UK by summer’s end.
“Evidence shows that installing solar panels enables households to save up to 50% on their electricity bills,” said Joanna Yarrow, Head of Sustainability at IKEA UK and Ireland. “We want to turn solar into an essential part of any home and believe our new “Solar Shops” will be a major milestone in making this happen.”
“Despite the recent changes to the Government-backed Feed-in Tariff, a home solar system remains one of the best investments a homeowner can make today with a 6% annual return, allowing people to pay off the capital invested in the system in roughly 11 years, meanwhile generating free, clean energy.”
An online calculator was designed for residents of England, Scotland and Wales to provide estimates on the potential size and cost of a solar system, along with the return on investment that could be expected.
Installation of the panels will be offered through the company’s new partnership with Solarcentury, according to a press release.
“One of the oldest solar companies in the world, they will supply local installers from their trusted network for IKEA customer.”
Susannah Wood, Head of Residential Solar at Solarcentury says, “Together with IKEA we have designed an offer which makes solar simple for homeowners. We’ve blended IKEA’s retail expertise with our solar expertise to arrive at an offer which combines quality with great value for this now-mature, tried and tested technology.”
Trina Solar Limited, a global leader in photovoltaic modules, solutions, and services, today announced that it has signed an agreement to supply 40 MW of solar modules to Tegnatia, one of Turkey's leading Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors. This partnership will enable Trina Solar to supply Tegnatia with its innovative solar PV solutions as both companies expand their presence in the Turkish market, and represent a key joining of forces between leading players in the international solar industry and the local PV market.
At the beginning of May 2016, BayWa r.e. signed a long term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the Vine Farm solar park, which was recently commissioned in the UK.
Renewvia Energy, an Atlanta-based solar development firm, is helping Andretti Indoor Karting & Games race toward energy savings with the installation of a 113 kilowatt (KW) solar photovoltaic array at its newest location in Marietta, Georgia. Renewvia designed and installed the solar photovoltaic array for the new location, which opened in October.
IRENA is acknowledged as the lead agency for renewable energy in climate action, with concrete initiatives profiled at the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit 2014 and at COP21 in Paris.