Archive for clean-energy – Page 9

FPL Selects Blattner Energy, Black & Veatch To Build Eight Solar Plants

Posted by Lauren Tyler on March 16, 2017

Florida Power & Light Co. (FPL) has chosen Blattner Energy and Black & Veatch – two major U.S. providers of renewable energy engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services – to build its new universal solar projects. As reported, Blattner Energy will be [Read More]

EDF Renewable Energy Enters Distributed Solar, Storage Business

Posted by Lauren Tyler on March 15, 2017

EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE), one of the largest renewable energy companies in North America, has created a new business unit to focus on distributed solar and storage projects up to 30 MW. According to EDF RE, the Distributed Electricity [Read More]

Renewables Developer Geronimo Introduces REP-Units Purchasing Program

Posted by Lauren Tyler on March 15, 2017

Geronimo Energy LLC, a utility-scale renewable energy development company headquartered in Minneapolis, has announced its new commercial renewable energy purchasing solution, the Renewable Energy Project Units (REP-Units) program. According to the company, REP-Units are suited for commercial electricity customers who are [Read More]

Solar Provider Sungevity Files For Bankruptcy

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 14, 2017

The decision comes shortly after Sungevity lost a deal to become a public company and raise much-needed capital.

Solar’s Global Rise Means ‘Intense Growth Phase’ For MLPE Market

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 13, 2017

The module-level power electronics (MLPE) industry is witnessing an intense growth phase, with the market expected to grow from $648.7 million in 2016 to $1.16 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.4%, according to a [Read More]

Study: Li-ion Maintains Cost Advantage For Stationary Energy Storage

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 10, 2017

Providing stationary energy storage is vital to the stability of the power grid as renewables grow and demand rises, but cost has been a challenge. A new analysis from Lux Research says that lithium-ion batteries will dominate the stationary energy [Read More]

West Coast Utility Regulators Reaffirm Clean Energy Commitment

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 10, 2017

This week, utility regulators from the West Coast reaffirmed a commitment made in 2006 to support efforts to reduce carbon pollution and expand the development of low-carbon technologies in the energy industry. Chair David Danner of the Washington Utilities and [Read More]

Tigo Introduces PV Optimizers With UHD-Core Tech

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 10, 2017

Tigo has announced the worldwide release of its next generation of solar optimizers, now featuring UHD-Core (Ultra-High Definition) technology. The UHD-Core technology is available within Tigo’s TS4 products: TS4-O (Optimization) and TS4-L (Long Strings) optimizers. With a new design architecture [Read More]

Battery Maker Aquion Energy Files For Chapter 11, Seeks Buyer

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 09, 2017

Aquion Energy Inc., the developer and manufacturer of Aqueous Hybrid Ion (AHI) batteries and energy storage systems for solar and other renewable energy, has filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the District of [Read More]

NV Energy Proposes Customer ‘Subscription Solar’ Program

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 09, 2017

Although the Nevada utility has long been under fire for its questionable support for customer-owned rooftop solar, NV Energy has announced it is seeking regulatory approval for a program that would allow its customers to sign up and purchase some [Read More]