Tagged PV

sPower acquires 55-MW Idaho Solar 1 project

By Kelsey Misbrener sPower recently acquired the operating 55-MWdc Idaho Solar 1 project. Located in Kuna County, ID and placed in service in late 2016, the PV system will continue to operate and sell all output to Idaho Power Company under a 20-year contract. This is sPower’s first operating project acquisition since becoming an AES/AIMCo…

JinkoSolar partners with Edisun Microgrids for flat roof tracking system bundle

By Kelly Pickerel JinkoSolar and Edisun Microgrids, a solar technology company that develops patented, distributed solar and energy storage technologies, today announced a partnership to develop the Eagle PowerTrack, a performance bundle for commercial and industrial (C&I) rooftops. The new performance bundle will feature JinkoSolar’s high-efficiency Eagle G2 modules in combination with Edisun’s PV Booster…

SunSystem Technology partners with Heliolytics for advanced aerial inspection and O&M services

By Kelly Pickerel SunSystem Technology, a provider of commercial and utility-scale PV solar O&M services, announced a collaboration with Heliolytics, a global provider of solar PV aerial inspection services, to expand SST’s suite of technologically advanced customer services. Heliolytics is the global leader in aerial infrared inspections and analytics for PV systems, having serviced 15…

Webinar: Don’t Forget the Roof! – October 24

By Lisa Rosen Wednesday, October 24, 2018 2pm ET / 11am PT This presentation will detail out the structural and financial benefits of properly installed commercial PV systems. A general synopsis, from a roofing perspective, will be provided on the problems associated with traditional installations. Participants will receive an overview of commercial roof identification, attachment…

Effective Conferences On The Future Energy Grid: Future Grid Labs

By Jesper Berggreen Solarplaza has its roots in the solar industry. Since 2004 it has been organizing conferences and trade missions about different aspects of this industry. In the past 14 years, it has organized over 100 events in over 30 countries. From Solar Asset Management conferences in Tokyo, San Francisco, and Milan, to trade…

KDC Solar begins 23.5-MW install for New Jersey amusement park

By Kelsey Misbrener KDC Solar announced that it has begun construction on a 23.5-MW solar photovoltaic system in Jackson, New Jersey. This system will supply Six Flags Great Adventure with clean renewable energy and virtually all its electrical load at the park. When completed, the project will be the largest net metered solar installation in…

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