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NABCEP continuing education credits will be offered at Intersolar 2020

By Kelly Pickerel Next year’s first major solar-plus-storage trade show on the calendar announced a new partnership with NABCEP to increase attendee numbers. Eligible PV professionals will be able to attend the Intersolar North America expo hall for free at the San Diego Convention Center from February 4-6, 2020, and can register for NABCEP-approved continuing…

Ameresco Plots Larger Role for Solar and Storage

By [email protected] Ameresco is best known as a commercial and industrial energy services company, or ESCO, competing against giants like Honeywell, Siemens, Johnson Controls and a host of other national and regional providers on HVAC retrofits, LED lighting upgrades, and other building energy-efficiency services. The Massachusetts-based company also has a significant military microgrid resume for…

Graphic Products will showcase its DuraLabel printers and signs at SPI 2019

By Kelly Pickerel PV safety label provider Graphic Products will showcase its line of DuraLabel industrial label and sign printers and supplies at Solar Power International 2019, booth 4814. “Each year, more homes and companies are flicking the switch to solar and other renewable energies. Solar and renewable energy manufacturers and contractors need comprehensive solutions…

C2 Energy Capital completes 3.3-MWdc Massachusetts community solar project

By Billy Ludt Renewables and storage project investor C2 Energy Capital announced the successful completion and operation anniversary of the largest community solar project in southeastern Massachusetts. The PV plant is fully subscribed and is part of regional utility Middleborough Gas and Electric Department’s (MGED) Community Shared Solar Program. “Our team embeds its high-quality control…

How solar paint is shaking up the renewable energy industry

By Sponsored Content Up until now, the lifeblood of the solar industry has been traditional photovoltaic solar panel systems, as they are a well-proven technology that saves homeowners a lot of money. However, the hassle and expenses associated with rooftop panel installations sometimes drives people away from adopting solar energy. This has led to new…

Spain Moves to Prevent a Second Solar Bubble

By [email protected] Spain’s energy regulator is moving to tighten PV plant grid connection rules as the country heads toward a second solar development bubble. The National Commission on Markets and Competition (Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia, or CNMC) hopes the rule changes, planned for January, will stem a rush of grid connection…

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