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EIN News | February 05, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $125.5 million in new funding to advance solar technology research. Through the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Solar Energy Technologies Office, DOE continues to advance research and development of solar technologies that reduce the cost of solar, increase the competitiveness of American manufacturing and businesses, and improve the reliability of the grid. “Solar energy has grown tremendously in the last decade,” said...
Trina Solar | November 04, 2020
On November 3, 2020, Trina Solar, a leading global PV and smart energy solution provider, announced the launch of Vertex S, the latest in their high-efficiency PV module series for residential and commercial rooftop applications. The new series features innovative Vertex technology to increase the output power of distributed energy products beyond 405W. Vertex S is a universal solution intended for distributed photovoltaic power plants, available in a range of customizable options, and caters to...
Sun Badger | November 13, 2020
Sun Badger Solar today declared a promise to making more sustainable, energy-effective affordable housing as Habitat for Humanity's most current public accomplice. To recognize the debut association, the solar force engineer dispatched a mission that organizes the associations' joint spotlight on building maintainable and sound networks.
For each Sun Badger Solar framework introduced through Dec. 31, 2021, the organization will give $250 to Habitat for Humanity, ensuring a...
Economic Times | February 21, 2020
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday issued a suite of orders that will require subsidized energy storage and renewable power resource providers to meet a price floor in New York state's capacity market, making it harder for them to compete with fossil fuel plants. The move, which environmental groups said effectively bolsters fossil fuel generators by forcing renewable resource providers to pay a premium in the capacity market, follows a similar FERC order in December that appli...
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