The U.S. solar industry argues its workers are “essential,” while California’s governor lifts his objections to PG&E’s plan to emerge from bankruptcy. Follow the latest developments here. For all...
Canadian Solar secures project financing and continues to invest into solar energy development in Italy
Guelph, Canada (SPX) Mar 18, 2020 Canadian Solar has secured a EUR55 million bilateral Revolving Credit Facility with Intesa Sanpaolo to fund the construction of a 151 MWp portfolio...
A breakthrough into splitting water into its parts could help make renewable energy pay off, even when the sun isn’t shining and the wind isn’t blowing
Using solar and wind power when it is available for water splitting, a process that uses electricity to split H2O into hydrogen and oxygen, offers a way to store...
Putting solar in the driver’s seat: Solar mobility sparks increasing interest from transport and energy companies
“Electrification is increasingly being recognised as the fastest and most efficient technological solution to decarbonise the transport sector. Solar energy is a perfect match to fuel green, electric mobility,” writes Naomi...
Cramped grids, project repowering and a growing demand for “firmer” green PPAs are changing the equation for storage co-location globally. LONDON and NEW YORK — The scope for adding...
DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts, has awarded a conformity statement to Norwegian Solar Energy company Ocean Sun for its floating solar design methodology. The...
In a future where most things in our everyday life are connected through the internet, devices and sensors will need to run without wires or batteries. In a new...
Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Northern Illinois University (NIU) have developed a technique to sequester the lead used to make perovskite solar cells, a highly...
Hotels, farms and schools across Spain are putting up solar systems at an unprecedented clip to save money. Regulatory changes have not only helped Spain reemerge as Europe’s biggest...
By: JOHN PARNELL Most solar plants are fairly young. That’s not stopping developers from taking advantage of improving technology. Solar technology is getting cheaper and more efficient. That winning combination...