Lauren Tyler on EmailLauren Tyler on Rss
Lauren Tyler
Lauren Tyler
Lauren Tyler currently serves as editor of NGT News, while also writing and editing for sister publications North American Windpower and Solar Industry magazine. She began her professional career at Zackin Publications in 2014 as an editorial assistant, where she provided proofreading and copy-editing services to several industry publications and managed the delivery of company newsletters. Lauren graduated from Assumption College with a BA in English: Writing and Mass Communications.
Page 2

SMA America Inks Maintenance Agreement With Cypress Creek For Solar Portfolio

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 12, 2017

SMA America says it has signed a 10-year master services agreement with Cypress Creek Renewables, under which it will perform inverter preventative maintenance services for a portfolio of solar projects, primarily located in North Carolina. Working in partnership with local [Read More]

AES, Siemens Form Fluence Joint Venture For Energy Storage

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 12, 2017

AES Corp. and Siemens are joining forces to create a new global energy storage technology and services company. Dubbed Fluence, the 50/50 joint venture will be headquartered in the Washington, D.C., area and will have additional offices in Erlangen, Germany, [Read More]

Origis Energy, Electric Co-op Sign PPA For Ripley Solar Facility In Maryland

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 12, 2017

Origis Energy USA says it has entered into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) for the new Ripley Solar 27.5 MW AC facility to be constructed on Ripley Road in La Plata, Maryland. According to Origis [Read More]

8minutenergy To Develop Third Phase Of 800 MW Mount Signal Solar Farm

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 12, 2017

8minutenergy Renewables LLC, an independent solar power developer in the U.S., and global private asset manager Capital Dynamics have announced the acquisition and development of the 328 MW DC Mount Signal 3 solar PV project, located in the city of [Read More]

EIA’s Short-Term Forecast Bodes Well For Small-Scale Solar

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 11, 2017

For the first time, the U.S. agency has included small-scale PV in its Short-Term Energy Outlook.

LG Electronics USA Launches Two New Residential Solar Panel Products

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 11, 2017

Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based LG Electronics USA has announced the launch of two new solar panels for residential installation. The LG NeON R is a 60-cell solar panel for residential installation with back contact. The newly released technology has all electrodes on the rear [Read More]

Xcel Energy, Energy CENTS Coalition To Build Low-Income Community Solar Garden

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 11, 2017

Utility company Xcel Energy has proposed a new pilot program to give low-income customers more access to renewable energy. According to Xcel Energy, it will partner with Energy CENTS Coalition to help residents in St. Paul’s Railroad Island community in [Read More]

Climate Group Initiative Boasts 100 Members Fully Committed To Renewables

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 11, 2017

With the new additions of AkzoNobel N.V., AXA, Burberry and the Carlsberg Group, The Climate Group’s RE100 initiative – representing large businesses transitioning to 100% renewable energy globally – has reached a 100-member milestone. According to The Climate Group, RE100 [Read More]

NEXTracker Introduces Self-Adjusting Control System For Solar Plants

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 11, 2017

California-based NEXTracker, a Flex company, has launched an intelligent, self-adjusting tracker control system for solar power plants called TrueCapture. According to the company, TrueCapture’s technology continuously refines the tracking algorithm of each individual solar array in response to existing site and [Read More]

Yaskawa – Solectria Solar Inverters Achieve UL 1741 SA Compliance

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 11, 2017

Yaskawa – Solectria Solar, a commercial PV inverter manufacturer in the U.S., has announced that its PVI 50 TL and PVI 60 TL inverters are now fully compliant with California Public Utility Commission Rule 21 – UL 1741 SA. According to [Read More]