Daily Archives: January 13, 2022

Intersolar 2022 was all about the integrated and resilient smart home

By Kelsey Misbrener Although the COVID variant-related timing wasn’t optimal, Intersolar North America 2022 went on with strict vaccine, testing and masking requirements. The turnout was more sparse than pre-pandemic shows, but many big-name exhibitors as well as new entrants to the industry still showed off new products in the exhibit hall. The centerpiece of…

New rooftop solar milestone, as Australia tops 3GW in 2021

By Sophie Vorrath Australian homes and businesses installed a record amount of rooftop solar in 2021, just edging past 3GW of new capacity added, despite another round of Covid chaos. The post New rooftop solar milestone, as Australia tops 3GW in 2021 appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

Power Industry 2022 Trends & Predictions

By John Benson My colleagues at Energy Central asked me to participate in the title predictions. After considering this, I offered to review three areas where I post frequently, and consider myself qualified. These areas are: U.S. growth in electric vehicle (EV) deployments U.S. progress in transitioning to fossil-fueled generation to utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) and…

PanelClaw flat roof mounting system now distributed through BayWa r.e. network

By Kelly Pickerel BayWa r.e. will begin offering the clawFR mounting system from PanelClaw through its North American distribution network. PanelClaw’s popular racking platform is now available through BayWa r.e. Solar Systems’ recently expanded network of warehouses across the United States, providing installers of all sizes a viable racking option paired with design, training and…

Vattenfall plans hydrogen upgrade to Aberdeen offshore wind farm

By Charley Rattan Aberdeen Vattenfall have submitted a proposal to the Scottish Government to retrofit a hydrogen production module onto one of Aberdeen’s offshore wind turbines. The hydrogen will be piped onshore, compressed, stored and distributed. Stay informed at the ScotWind Professionals Group .. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more…

EDP Renewables ready to hook Indiana’s largest solar project to grid

By Kelly Pickerel EDP Renewables North America has completed construction on the 200-MW Riverstart Solar Park located in Randolph County, Indiana, approximately 80 miles northeast of Indianapolis. The development is now the largest solar array by capacity in Indiana. The size and scale of a solar park like Riverstart represents an estimated capital investment of…

Silicon Ranch plans 252 MW solar portfolio for Georgia co-ops

By Renewable Energy World Green Power EMC, the renewable energy supplier for more than three dozen Georgia Electric Membership Corporations, and Silicon Ranch plan to develop 252 MWAC of solar energy capacity to serve 16 subscribing cooperatives across Georgia. The total capacity will be generated from three locations in southern Georgia. Silicon Ranch is funding…

Renewable PPA prices continue to climb as supply tightens

By Kevin Clark North America’s most competitive renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) prices rose by 5.9% from 2021 Q3 to 2021 Q4, according to the latest price index series from LevelTen Energy. Prices are trending upward for the third consecutive quarter, according to LevelTen. The market average for solar PPA offers rose 5.7% to $34.25…

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