Tagged Solar

Origis Energy developing new large-scale solar + storage project for Facebook

By Kelsey Misbrener The Tennessee Valley Authority announced it is collaborating with Facebook on the company’s fourth renewable energy project and first battery storage project, this time in Mississippi. “Our region is ready for companies who want to use renewable energy to achieve their sustainability goals,” said Chris Hansen, TVA VP of origination and renewables….

US Electric Component Manufacturing on the Rise

By [email protected] Accurate descriptions of the U.S. clean energy market have always required a bit of nuance. Installations of solar panels, wind turbines and energy storage have routinely vaulted the U.S. to the top of global rankings of market size. According to Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables’ most recent forecast, for example, the U.S. was…

US Electric Component Manufacturing on the Rise

By [email protected] Accurate descriptions of the U.S. clean energy market have always required a bit of nuance. Installations of solar panels, wind turbines and energy storage have routinely vaulted the U.S. to the top of global rankings of market size. According to Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables’ most recent forecast, for example, the U.S. was…

Exploring the Myths of Traditional DC Power Optimizers

By Sponsored Content By Blair Reynolds, Product Manager, Energy Storage, SMA America Understanding Traditional DC Optimizer Technology To understand how a power optimizer operates, it is first necessary to understand that a power optimizer is actually just a buck-boost converter with built-in communications. A buck–boost converter is a type of DC-to-DC converter that has an…

New York State Office of Renewable Energy Siting releases standard permitting guidelines for large-scale renewables

By Kelsey Misbrener Environmental groups applauded the New York State Office of Renewable Energy Siting’s release of a final regulatory framework to accelerate renewable energy growth. The regulatory framework will dramatically speed up the development of renewable energy projects while maintaining the state’s strong environmental and public participation standards and help the state reach the…

Victoria network plans upgrade to allow for more rooftop solar exports

By James Fernyhough Victorian electricity distributor to spend $3m upgrading network in “solar hotspots” in four-month blitz to allow more rooftop solar power back onto the grid. The post Victoria network plans upgrade to allow for more rooftop solar exports appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

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