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Tigo Energy, Inc | January 06, 2021
Tigo Energy, Inc., the worldwide leader in Flex-MLPE (Module Level Power Electronics), announced today that Charged Up Energy has chosen Tigo’s Optimizers and SMA inverters as its preferred UL PV Rapid Shutdown System (PVRSS) for residential PV customers. This offering comes following the buyout of an SMA investment by Tigo’s management team in the summer of 2020. The California installer will use the TS4-A-O with any one of the 18 different SMA single phase inverter models, ranging ...
solarpowerworldonline | January 22, 2020
A landmark agreement announced Wednesday between Nashville Electric Service (NES), Vanderbilt University and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will bring new, large-scale renewable energy to the Tennessee Valley through TVA’s Green Invest program. TVA has awarded Nashville-based solar developer Silicon Ranch a contract to build, own and operate a 35-MW installation in Bedford County, Tennessee, pending completion of environmental review. Additional Green Invest announcements resulting from TV...
Corvias | August 18, 2021
Today, Corvias announced its latest progress in its continued commitment to assisting the Department of Defense in reaching its goal to provide 100% of the energy load required to sustain the critical mission of each U.S. military installation by the end of FY2030. Later this month, the military family housing partnership between Corvias and the U.S. Army at Fort Riley will kick off construction of phase two of its solar energy program, with Onyx Construction projected to install 385 solar syste...
PV Tech | January 23, 2020
California’s state planning authorities have waved through a plan by a Sacramento utility to roll out gigawatts’ worth of green energy over the next two decades, including utility-scale storage.Earlier this week, the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) said the California Energy Commission has given the all-clear to its plans to install nearly 4GW of renewables and demand-side resources by 2040. The Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) proposed by the firm – a not-for-profit entity servicing ...
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