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Amanda Fava
Amanda Fava
Editorial Assistant at Zackin Publications
Amanda Fava is editorial assistant here at Zackin Publications. A graduate from Quinnipiac University with a BA in English, she spearheads proofreading in the editorial department for all print and online publications and ensures timely set-up and delivery of company newsletters. In addition, she carries out ancillary tasks as needed, which include news searching, copy-editing and posting to the company's sites, as well as handles social media for the company's wind power magazine.

IHS Markit: ‘Cost-Efficiencies’ To Drive Shift In Solar Business Models

Posted by Amanda Fava on November 07, 2016

A new analysis released by IHS Markit reports that the business model of micro-inverter and power optimizer suppliers is set to shift from stand-alone units to integrated systems, such as smart and AC modules. The annual IHS Technology PV Microinverter [Read More]

SunEdison’s Indian Solar, Wind Projects Snagged By Greenko

Posted by Amanda Fava on November 07, 2016

India-based Greenko Energy Holdings, owner and operator of clean energy projects in the country, has completed the acquisition of SunEdison’s 587 MW Indian solar and wind projects for a cash payment of $42 million and the assumption of project-level debt [Read More]

Tucson Electric Issues RFP For Additional Solar, Wind Assets

Posted by Amanda Fava on November 07, 2016

Arizona-based Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is seeking bids for the design and construction of new large renewable energy resources, including a community-scale solar array that the company says could power more than 21,000 homes. Specifically, TEP has issued a request [Read More]

NEXTracker Inks MSA With Biosar For Solar Tracker Tech

Posted by Amanda Fava on November 07, 2016

Solar tracker manufacturer NEXTracker has signed a master services agreement (MSA) to deliver its solar tracker technology to Biosar, an engineering, procurement and construction firm and part of the Aktor Construction Group. The project for which the technology will be [Read More]