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India added 2,835 MW of solar in the third quarter of 2021, up 14% compared to 2,488 MW installed in the second quarter. Year-over-year installations rose 547%, according to a new report by Mercom India Research. In the first nine months of 2021, India added more than 7.4 GW of solar, a 335% increase compared to the 1.73 GW installed […]
Reducing balance-of-system (BOS) costs is a largely untapped opportunity to improve the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) for solar installations -- and one area in particular could make the biggest difference, explains Ted Sullivan from Lux Research.
Over the last 36 months, more than 100 new U.S. renewable energy and energy efficiency manufacturing plants have opened in the United States.
As manufacturers ramp up photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing lines, one key production challenge is designing and operating linear transport systems that move substrates through multiple fabrication steps. Several different PV production processes utilize vacuum deposition chambers to fabricate the solar absorber layer; typically these processes require multiple chambers and/or tools where the substrates are moved from point to point.
Sales have tripled for a key component for solar electric systems at one of the largest suppliers in the United States.
Japanese firm ORIX Corp. will acquire an approximately $627 million ownership stake in Nevada-based geothermal company Ormat Technologies, the companies said on May 4.
A minimal investment in high-quality components can have a big impact on a project’s bankability, improving the safety and efficiency of an installation and protecting its long-term health. The connectors and cabling in a solar PV system have always been vital to its safety and performance, even though they typically make up just 1.5 to 2 percent of the total overall cost of a project.
The global wind industry has grown rapidly in recent years, manufacturing capacity is increasing and the component supply chain is stretched to its limits. Eize de Vries reports on some of the challenges of this pace of growth, investigating some of the supply chain bottlenecks and revealing the importance of components suppliers teaming up with wind turbine suppliers as dedicated partners.
One of the world's largest manufacturers of solar PV wafers, modules and panels will join forces with a major PV distributor in a joint venture and are expected to increase the production of PV components in both Germany and the US.
Energy efficiency is increasingly a critical component to business and environmental survival. Electricity is produced with complex machinery called Turbines. This is what makes life as we know it today. The mobile phones, televisions, washing machines, industrial machines and many more all need electricity. Praggia develops energy efficient turbines and other technologies for various set ups. Man needed to find more energy efficient […]