Tagged Efficiency

POWERGEN International® announces partnership with Orlando Utilities Commission, Keynote and Conference Program for its 2023 event

By John Engel January 12, 2023 – POWERGEN International® is pleased to announce the Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC—The Reliable One) will be the Host Utility for the 2023 event taking place February 21-23 in Orlando, Fla. The second largest municipal utility in Florida, OUC provides essential water and electric services to more than 400,000 accounts….

Sitetracker announces residential solar Quickstart to speed adoption

By Kelsey Misbrener Sitetracker announced its Quickstart implementation for residential solar companies. This process gets residential solar companies implemented with Sitetracker’s set of industry-proven workflows in just a matter of weeks so they can realize operational efficiencies sooner and deploy assets faster. Sitetracker enables critical energy infrastructure companies to manage their large-scale deployments and solve…

Sunnova dealers now offering the SolarEdge Home Battery

By Kelsey Misbrener SolarEdge Technologies and Sunnova Energy International announced the expansion of their long-standing partnership with the addition of the SolarEdge Home Battery to the Sunnova EaaS portfolio. The expansion of the partnership will enable Sunnova’s network of dealers to offer the SolarEdge Home Battery, in order to better meet homeowners’ demand for increased…

Cars: a suggestion

By [Energy Central] Rafael Herzberg Cars: a suggestion Let’s imagine if the regulation established that the taxation (VAT for example) was inversely proportional to the efficiency of the vehicles. A very small, light car equipped with an efficient engine would have a much lower VAT tax than a large, heavy and a low mileage per…

Trina starts production of 210mm n-type i-TOPCon solar cells

By Renewable Energy World Trina Solar said it started production in late December of its 210mm n-type i-TOPCon cells. The cells are manufactured in its 8 GW factory in Suqian, Jiangsu province in China. The n-type cells are expected to be used to produce on Vertex N modules, which Trina said have a power output…

KenGen to fast track hydroelectric and geothermal deployment

By Elizabeth Ingram Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) has announced a renewed plan to scale up the deployment of renewable energy by adding 3,000 MW. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Abraham Serem said the company revamped its corporate strategy and rolled out a 10-year strategy that seeks to add 3,000 MW. He further…

Why 2023 is about to be the biggest year yet for C&I clean energy

By John Engel Follow @EngelsAngle Episode 30 of the Factor This! podcast features Raphael Declercq, CEO of the C&I solar, storage, and EV charging developer PowerFlex. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is sponsored by Heila Technologies, a Kohler Company. Scroll down to see how Heila is changing how complex microgrids are managed…

Cheap, sustainable hydrogen through solar power

A new kind of solar panel has achieved 9% efficiency in converting water into hydrogen and oxygen–mimicking a crucial step in natural photosynthesis. Outdoors, it represents a major leap in the technology, nearly 10 times more efficient than solar water-splitting experiments of its kind. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renewable Energy News…

Scientists advance novel perovskite solar cell process

By Renewable Energy World A new approach to manufacturing perovskite solar cells addressed previous problems and yielded devices with high efficiency and excellent stability, researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) report in the journal Science. Developing highly stable and efficient perovskites based on a rich mixture of bromine and iodine is considered critical…

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