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Greece Kicks Off $3.6 Billion Program for Solar, Wind Projects
Greece is preparing to auction 2.6 GW of solar and wind projects to attract investment and beef up the Mediterranean country’s clean-energy credentials. [...]
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Dubai Adds 200 MW of Solar Power in Renewables Push
Dubai took another step toward completing what it says will be the largest solar park of its kind, inaugurating a 200-MW facility with partners Electricite de France SA and Abu Dhabi-based renewables company Masdar. [...]
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Uzbekistan Takes Giant Leap for Climate Goals with 1-GW Solar Project
Toronto-based SkyPower said it has reached an agreement to build 1 GW of solar power generation throughout Uzbekistan, bringing the country’s renewable generation to 10 percent of total generating capacity. [...]
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55-MW Masrik-1 Project Launches Utility-Scale Solar for Armenia
A new market for utility-scale solar is opening up in Armenia with a successful round of bidding that led to an award for the 55-MW Masrik-1 solar plant. [...]
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Hawaii OKs Molokai island solar, battery storage project
The project will include 4.88 MW of solar panels. Its battery system will store energy and discharge up to 2.6 MW during peak hours [...]
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Made In Space Proposes Printing Large Solar Arrays for Small Satellites
LOGAN, Utah - Made In Space, the Silicon Valley startup focused on additive manufacturing in orbit, plans to boost the power available to small satellites with Archinaut, the company's in-space manufacturing and assembling technology. "Small satellites have solar panels that produce a kilowatt to a kilowatt and a half," said Andrew Rush, Made In Space chief executive. [...]
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EIA: Solar, Wind Investment Flourishes, but Gas-fired Biggest Bargain
New wind and solar installations accounted for nearly 9,000 and 8,000 MW of capacity two years ago, respectively, while natural gas was close behind at more than 7,900 MW. The EIA used complete data from 2016 installations and will release 2017 generator cost data next year. [...]
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Negative Electricity Pricing Abounds As Wind, Solar Flood the Grid
Bright and breezy days are becoming a deeper nightmare for utilities struggling to earn a return on traditional power plants. With wind and solar farms sprouting up in more areas -- and their power getting priority to feed into the grid in many places -- the amount of electricity being generated is outstripping demand during certain hours of the day. [...]
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Vivint Plans Solar Plus Storage Offering for US Customers in 2018
Vivint yesterday said it plans to offer LG Chem RESU batteries to its solar customers across the U.S. this year. The company launched the energy storage offering this week for its customers in California. [...]
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3@3 on Solar PV: 201 & Module Supply, Reviving Coal Jobs, and Women in Power
Today’s topics include the impact of section 201 tariffs on module supply and prices. Will they go up? We’ll also talk about developing the next generation solar workforce based on a new report about energy jobs in the U.S. [...]
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4-MW Solar Project Will Transform a Landfill in Ohio
Construction has begun on a 4-MW solar PV project that New Jersey-based EPC firm Conti Solar says will be the largest landfill solar project in Ohio. [...]
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Why More Solar and Wind on the Grid Should Be Driving Today’s Investment Decisions
A new LBNL report offers concrete suggestions about what investments today will be most beneficial in tomorrow’s renewable energy future. [...]
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Clean Energy Laws Signed in New Jersey: Offshore Wind, Efficiency, Solar, Storage and Nuclear Benefit
Clean energy advocates rejoiced as legislation was passed today in New Jersey that will support the development of a massive amount of renewable energy, specifically community solar, energy storage, offshore wind and energy efficiency. The bill also props up nuclear power in the state with the establishment of zero-emission certificates. [...]
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Report: Solar Downstream Companies Grab a Large Portion of VC Funding in Q2 2018
Total corporate funding (including venture capital funding, public market, and debt financing) into the solar sector in Q2 2018 rose 12.5 percent quarter-over-quarter to $2.8 billion from the $2.5 billion raised in Q1 2018, according to a report by Mercom Capital. [...]
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First Grid-Scale Energy Summit Will Highlight Storage "Beyond Batteries"
In the 2019 FY Budget, the office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) included a $90M request to fund a new initiative it calls “Beyond Batteries.” The initiative is part of the DOE Grid Modernization Initiative, and focuses on new approaches to energy storage, which could include hybrid technologies such as pairing hydropower with solar or wind energy in order to provide a stable, dispatchable energy supply. [...]
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Pay-As-You-Go Solar Provider Raises $2 Million for Myanmar Expansion
More than 40,000 homes in rural Myanmar will have access to solar by the end of the year thanks to a new investment in Singapore-based pay-as-you-go provider SolarHome. [...]
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Record Low Solar Prices May Return to India Thanks to China Reforms
India may be the biggest beneficiary of solar industry reforms in China that are poised to reduce prices for photovoltaic panels. China announced last week it was halting approvals of some new solar projects this year and cutting subsidies to developers to ease its pace of expansion. [...]
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China's Silk Road Fund Takes 24 Percent Stake in Concentrating Solar Power Plant
hina’s Silk Road Fund will acquire a 24.01 percent interest in the world’s largest single-site solar thermal plant, which is being built in the United Arab Emirates. The 700-megawatt project will be developed along with Dubai Electricity & Water Authority and Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power Barka SAOG, ACWA said in a statement on Sunday. The plant will combine a central tower and parabolic trough technology to harvest energy from the sun, store it in molten salt and produce steam to generat [...]
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Sunsense — Commercial Project Manager
Post Date: July 23, 2017 Job Title: Commercial Project Manager – Sunsense Solar Location: Carbondale To Apply: Please send cover letter and résumé to *protected email*  No phone calls, please. This position entails full engagement with all Sunsense departments (Sales, Design, Procurement, Operations, Accounting and Service), and will be focused on delivering complete commercial projects ranging […] The post Sunsense — Commercial Project Manager appeared first on Colorado So [...]
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Sunsense — Service Manager
Post Date: July 23, 2017 Job Title: Service Manager – Sunsense Solar Location: Carbondale To Apply: Please send cover letter and résumé to *protected email*  No phone calls, please. The Service/Off-Grid/O&M division at Sunsense handles a wide range of tasks. The Manager will oversee technicians in Service, Off-Grid and O&M environments, manage projects at many […] The post Sunsense — Service Manager appeared first on Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association. [...]
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Should California Opt-In to One Large Regional Power Grid?
Late last year, Renewable Energy World published articles and a video to explain the energy imbalance market to readers. This is the market that was created as a result of the fact that California often has excess solar, wind and hydropower and must “curtail” those energy sources, which means turn them off completely. Instead of curtailing them, through the energy imbalance market, those solar, wind, and hydropower plant owners can sell their power over the border to neighboring states. &nbs [...]
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Manufacturing Solar Modules with Solar Energy: One Company’s Vision
In July at Intersolar North America, Lee Zhenguo, President of LONGi Group laid out his “solar for solar” vision and explained how one day he believes solar will be so cheap that it will be used to help fix some of the monumental environmental issues that plague the world today. [...]
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Service, O & M and Off-Grid Lead Technician – Sunsense Solar
Post Date: July 23, 2017 Job Title: Service, O & M, and Off-Grid Lead Technician – Sunsense Solar Location: Carbondale To Apply: Please send cover letter and résumé to *protected email*. No phone calls, please. The Service Department at Sunsense handles a wide range of tasks.  The Off-Grid Lead Technician must be prepared to be […] The post Service, O & M and Off-Grid Lead Technician – Sunsense Solar appeared first on Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association. [...]
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A Solar Game-Changer for Nonprofits
In a groundbreaking decision, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the largest municipal utility in the U.S., recently granted to CollectiveSun the right to market its proprietary Solar Purchase Agreement (SPA) in the LADWP service area. [...]
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