Tagged Solar

Dan Shugar, the King Midas of Solar

By [email protected] Dan Shugar lives, breathes and bleeds solar. “If you cut my wrist, pure silicon comes out,” he exclaimed in an interview with Powerhouse CEO Emily Kirsch, as part of the Watt It Takes interview series. This week, Shugar steps behind the microphone to talk about turning his passion for PV into deals and…

Dan Shugar, the King Midas of Solar

By [email protected] Dan Shugar lives, breathes and bleeds solar. “If you cut my wrist, pure silicon comes out,” he exclaimed in an interview with Powerhouse CEO Emily Kirsch, as part of the Watt It Takes interview series. This week, Shugar steps behind the microphone to talk about turning his passion for PV into deals and…

SMA Solar secures 1.2GW of central inverter deals in Australia

Major PV inverter manufacturer SMA Solar Technology has secured supply deals for more than 20 different utility-scale PV projects in Australia in 2017, totalling around 1.2GW and included for several large-scale PV projects funded by the Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA). Read Full Article Here For more great articles: PV-Tech

World’s First Solar Powered Vertical Aeroponic Indoor Farm

By Press Release Indoor Farms of America announced the first fully operating, 100% solar powered vertical aeroponic indoor farm in the world. The post World’s First Solar Powered Vertical Aeroponic Indoor Farm appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

Global Energy Storage Initiative Launched

By Fraunhofer ISE This global initiative for energy storage will serve the international cleantech sector along the entire value chain. The post Global Energy Storage Initiative Launched appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

Ontario lost up to $1.2 billion selling clean energy: engineers #ON

By National Wind Watch Ontario lost between $732 million and $1.25 billion over the past two years selling surplus clean electricity outside the province, an analysis by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) estimates. That’s the difference between what Ontario agreed to pay to produce nuclear, water, wind and solar power, and the bargain…

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