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Solar installations were removed from twenty-four San Diego Unified School District campuses after corrosion was discovered that threatened the possibility of electrical issues that could lead to fires. The 4.3-megawatt installation was built in 2005-06 by Solar Integrated Technologies (SIT). SIT was acquired by Energy Conversion Devices (ECD) (PINK:ENERQ) in 2009. ECD’s Uni-Solar manufactured the [...]
We are starting a new series here at Solar Feeds. Welcome to the “Solar MEME” experiment. It’s our way of getting the solar industry themes and events out there in a simple way. Feel free to let us know what you think. Below is the first installment.
The last few years have been somewhat of a blur for most of the people involved in Austin-based Pecan Street Inc. (Pecan Street). “In 2008, this was an idea on a napkin in a coffee shop,” says Brewster McCracken, the holder of the napkin and now executive director of Pecan Street. “In 2010 we secured [...]
Evergreen Solar Inc., a manufacturer of String Ribbon solar panels withits proprietary silicon wafer technology, has launched the new ES-ESeries String Ribbon solar panels. These new panels feature ahigher voltage than previous models, making them compatible withmicro-inverters for residential installations, the company says. Theyare also IEC 61701 salt-mist-certified, making them suitable forinstallations in coastal regions. [...]
Solyndra Inc., a manufacturer of cylindrical photovoltaic systems forlarge commercial rooftops, has introduced its Solyndra 200 Series. The panels in the 200 Series systems are lightweight, have no need forpenetrations or ballasting and can be installed faster than flat panels, Solyndra explains. In addition, the optimized light collection improves the panels’ ability to capture direct, [...]
From economics and climate change to national security and global politics, energy is the driving force behind most everything on theplanet. “Powering the Future,” a four-hour Discovery Channel TV series,premieres this weekend and closely examines where our energy could comefrom and how we are striving to create a clean, limitless, secure supply of energy. It [...]
SOLON Corp., one of the largest crystalline silicon solar manufacturersin the US and a provider of turnkey solar power plants, today unveiledits state of the art Global Test Site (GTS) Network. Consistingof three identical outdoor proving grounds located in Tucson, Arizona,San Pietro, Italy, and Berlin, Germany, the GTS Network gives SOLON theunique ability to test [...]
Trina Solar Ltd., an integrated manufacturer of solar photovoltaic products,says its subsidiary, Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd., hasintroduced its new Design Series. This black module offering is designed to offer residential homeowners and small-business owners a visuallyattractive PV solution. Trina Solar plans to formally launch theseries in May at Solarexpo 2010 in Verona, Italy. [...]
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