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If you’re starting a new business or you own an already established business you could benefit greatly by investing in energy efficient LED signs. Every bit as customizable as neon but with many other advantages, lots of stores are choosing LEDsfor all of their sign and lighting needs. There has never been a better time [...]
Chinese solar manufacturer LDK Solar Ltd. has signed a multi-year solar wafer and polysilicon supply agreement with the Lu’an Group. The contract calls for LDK Solar to provide the Lu’an Group, aleading Chinese energy company, with 120 megawatts of solar wafersbetween 2011 and 2012 and 2,000 metric tons of polysilicon between 2011and 2013. Xiaofeng Peng, Chairman [...]
Southern California Edison (SCE) has signed 21 contracts for nearly 259 megawatts of power, enough to power more than 168,000 average homes.Twenty of the contracts are for electricity produced by solarphotovoltaic projects, and one is for 19.5 megawatts of wind power. Thebulk of the agreements are with Silverado Power, a solar PV firm basedin San [...]
JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. has signed a supply agreement with EnfinityAsia Pacific Ltd., which is wholly owned by Enfinity NV, a globalrenewable energy developer. Under the terms of the agreement,JinkoSolar will supply Enfinity with 100 MW of JinkoSolar-branded solarphotovoltaic modules throughout 2011. SOURCE: JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd.
U.S. Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar ushered in the second full day of the 2010 Solar Power International (SPI) expo on Wednesday bysigning off on the first large-scale solar energy project to be built on public land in Nevada. Dubbed the Silver State Solar Project, Nevada’s newest clean energyproject will be built on over 600 acres [...]
BrightSource Energy Inc., a developer of utility-scale solar thermal power plants, has signed contracts with Siemens to purchase two steam turbine generators for use at its Ivanpah SolarElectric Generating System. BrightSource Energy has now ordered allthree steam turbines to be used at its Ivanpah project. Thecontract is for the supply of two 133 MW steam [...]
Masdar PV, a manufacturer of large-scale silicon-based thin-film solarmodules, has signed a 1 MW supply contract with system integrator biomosolar. The thin-film solar modules produced by Masdar PV will be usedfor a number of roof installations that biomo solar plans to complete in Germany before the end of the year. The project involves MasdarPV’s 1.4-square-meter [...]
Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. has signed a distribution agreement withFrance-based DisaSolar, a newly established subsidiary company ofMegamark/DisaTech Group. Under the agreement, DisaSolar willbegin distribution of Ascent Solar’s thin-film modules for off-gridapplications integrating flexible solar panels into passenger-trainroofs and commercial signage structures. Recently, the two companiesdemonstrated PV module integration into train rooftops in partnershipwith French regional [...]
Satcon Technology Corp., a provider of utility-scale power products forthe renewable energy market, has entered into a strategic manufacturingagreement with GCL Solar Systems Ltd., a China-based utility-scale solar photovoltaic power plant developer. The agreement focuses onproduction of Satcon’s 500 kW PowerGate Plus line of solar PV invertersfor the Asia Pacific market. Under the terms of [...]
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