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NexTracker NX Flow

Product Brief: NX Flow is a modular, integrated solution designed for long duration solar-plus-storage applications. Each is designed to maximize long-term value and offer the lowest levelized cost of storage (LCOS) for a wide variety of applications, such as peak smoothing, bulk load shifting and demand charge reduction. Product Feature: Self-powered tracker, no grid power […]

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Gigawatt of Storage in 2018?

From a Gigawatt dream storing capacity to watt-hour storage, through decades the glorified history of technology is meekly stored with the wonk of storage development. The interdependency to make solar power modus operandi is the associated technology which can store the continuous flow of electricity and deliver it diligently on the time of respective requirement. […]

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Panasonic and Enphase Energy Announce AC Module Partnership

As part of Enphase’s seventh-generation microinverter platform, the IQ 7X Micro leads the industry with broad regulatory compliance, advanced “Smart Grid” features, and the high fire safety rating. Panasonic, Japanese electronics giant has announced a strategic partnership with California-headquartered microinverter specialist Enphase Energy for the development of high efficiency AC Modules (ACMs). To support this […]

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PSEG Acquires North Carolina PV Project from BayWa r.e.

PSEG Solar Source completed the acquisition of the project from BayWa r.e. on Dec. 13, 2017. PSEG Solar Source, a subsidiary of PSEG Power, has acquired a 7 MW-dc solar energy facility from BayWa r.e. for an investment of about $10 million. The PSEG Halifax Solar Energy Center which began operations Dec. 21, 2017, has […]

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The Dark Truth of QCA: Who is Paying Whose Penalty?

By Abhk Kumar Das, Del2infinity Energy Consulting The solar and wind power generation shows a promising future in India. But due to the variability and intermittency, large scale renewable energy penetration in existing grid is a challenge and the proper policy and regulatory mechanisms, technological solutions and institutional structures are key issues in solar and […]

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‘Green Initiative’: NER to Look Out For Energy Substitutes

As indicated by railway authorities, at the show, they are paying Rs 7 for a unit, however, once the solar power unit gets utilitarian. Under its ‘Green Initiatives’ drive, the North Eastern Railway is good to go to change from customary wellspring of energy to elective vitality by setting up solar power units on the […]

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Madras High Court Issues Stay On Safegaurd Duty Till February 2nd

Madras High Court has put a stayed order on the proposal to impose a 70 percent ‘provisional safeguard duty’ on imported solar modules til 02/02/2018. Madras High Court has put a stayed order on the proposal to impose a 70 percent ‘provisional safeguard duty’ on imported solar modules til 02/02/2018. The proposal was made by […]

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Investing Renewables Infesting Fossils

Renewable Energy Sector as a Future Investment Model With increasing technological advancements, renewable energies are having a significant impact. Renewable energy is becoming increasingly viable, a trend that could potentially be a game-changer for investors, particularly large scale, global investors. The International Energy Agency projected that renewable energy will continue to grow by 42 percent […]

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