Daily Archives: August 5, 2020

Microgrids: Where Sustainability and Resiliency Meet

By Jon Porreca The US is home to thousands of microgrids in both operational and planning phases. Some are basic while others are more advanced, but they all have one thing in common. They deliver a sense of security to commercial, industrial and residential communities by offering power when the big grids fail.Microgrids — small-scale…

SunPower Emerges Relatively Unscathed From Turbulent Q2

By [email protected] Distributed solar and storage company SunPower ended Q2 with gains and exceeded its previous Q2 revenue guidance. The performance offered another indication that many of the largest players in the residential solar industry have begun bouncing back from the coronavirus downturn that hamstrung business this spring. Despite expectations for overall losses in 2020…

NTIA to Host Proof-of-Concept Summit in Software Transparency Effort

By Richard Brooks Software Bill of Materials are a key factor in determing the trust level of a software object as part of a software supply chain risk assessment. Companies serving in critical infrastructure should never install a software object without knowing “what’s inside”. Best practices recommend performing a risk assessment before any attempt to…

Gold Fields eyes wind energy “bolt on” at Granny Smith mine

By Sophie Vorrath Global gold miner says it’s looking to “bolt-on” renewables at more of its Western Australian mining operations, including the addition of wind turbines at Granny Smith. The post Gold Fields eyes wind energy “bolt on” at Granny Smith mine appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

J-POWER USA starts developing 400-MW Texas solar project

By Kelsey Misbrener J-POWER USA, Solar Plus Development, a subsidiary of Plus Renewable Technologies Limited, Avondale Solar and AP Solar Holdings, a joint venture company between Plus and Avondale, have agreed to jointly develop Charger Solar, a 400-MWAC solar project located in Refugio County, Texas. Texas consistently rates as one of the best solar resources…

Denver looks to install 15 MW of community solar gardens

By Kelly Pickerel The City and County of Denver will host up to 15 MW of community solar gardens on municipal rooftops, over parking lots, and vacant land as part of a signed Master Services Agreement with McKinstry, GRID Alternatives and Unico Solar Investors. The project is part of the Renewable Denver Initiative, which is…

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