Tagged Manufacturing

MidAmerican Energy selects Siemens Gamesa to fill upcoming wind farm.

By Paul Dvorak Siemens Gamesa will supply 25 SWT-2.625-120 and 5 SWT-2.3-108 wind turbines, totaling 77 MW, with the option to add up to 5 additional SWT-2.625-120 wind turbines for a total capacity of 90 MW. The project is targeting commercial operation by December 2018. The blades will be manufactured at the Siemens Gamesa’s Fort…

Enphase scores new AC module partner with Solaria

By Kelly Pickerel Enphase Energy and Solaria announced the introduction of an Enphase Energized AC Module, the Solaria PowerXT-AC. The Solaria PowerXT-AC features the Enphase IQ 7+ microinverter and delivers high performance and aesthetics through Solaria’s proprietary module technology. The PowerXT-AC will be available from Soligent at locations around the U.S. starting in June 2018….

Siemens Gamesa chart topper

By Todd Westbrook Manufacturer installed 9.43GW in 2017, according to GlobalData analysis Read Full Article Here For more great articles: reNEWS – Renewable Energy News

Timken to showcase new wind-turbine solutions at AWEA’s WINDPOWER 2018

By Michelle Froese As the American wind power industry continues to grow, The Timken Company continues to pioneer new wind-energy solutions with drivetrain improvements aimed at the mainshaft, gearbox, and generator bearings. Timken is a global leader in bearings with a large portfolio of aftermarket upgrade solutions for turbine gearboxes and main shafts. Power producers,…

Suniva Being Sold For Parts (Literally), Just Like We Said

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent What Happened:And now in this corner, from the other end of the Section 201 tariff case, comes the news that Suniva is literally being sold for parts by its creditor SQN Capital Management.: Who could have seen this coming? (Everyone. Everyone saw this coming.) SQN Capital Management…

SunPower buys SolarWorld Americas: the known unknowns

So technically, subject to approvals, California-headquartered SunPower Corp has acquired Hillsboro, Oregon-based PV manufacturer, SolarWorld Americas, yet typically there are many known unknowns regarding the acquisition. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

SolarWorld Asked Trade Officials to Exclude SunPower From Tariffs. Now SunPower Is Buying SolarWorld

By [email protected] Unconfirmed rumors swirled for weeks: SunPower was eyeing SolarWorld’s U.S. manufacturing assets. It made sense. SolarWorld has been looking for a buyer since last summer; SunPower desperately needed a bigger American manufacturing presence to avoid tariffs. Turns out, the rumors were true. On Wednesday morning, SunPower unveiled plans to acquire SolarWorld Americas for…

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