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Utah’s Vivint Solar to Bring Low-Cost Solar Panels to Illinois

Marking the company’s first expansion into the Midwest region, Vivint Solar plans to create over 100 jobs in the state within the year. Utah based residential solar solutions provider, Vivint Solar plans to expand availability of its affordable residential solar energy systems into Illinois, with services beginning in the greater Chicago area. Marking the company’s […]

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Donald Trump’s Tariff on Imported Solar Panels Will Cost 23,000 Jobs: SEIA

The Donald Trump administration has decided to slap a whopping 30 percent tariff on solar cells and washing machines imported from China. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has stated that the 30 percent tariffs on imported solar panels and cells will cost the United States 23,000 jobs. Angered by the Trump’s decision, the trade […]

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Goa Invites EoI to Set Up Floating Solar Plants on Four Dams

The State Government of Goa has decided to set up a floating solar power plant on four dams in the state and has invited expression of interest (EoI) for selection of solar power developer for setting up of a grid connected floating solar power plant at these sites. The solar power plants will be set […]

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Rooftop Solar to Supply 25-49% of Global Electricity Needs by 2050: Study

Owing to improved deployment capability and reduced costs, rooftop solar photovoltaics (PV) technology, such as roof mounted solar panels used in home, commercial and industrial buildings, is currently the fastest deployable electricity generation technology. According to a new report, it is projected to supply 25–49% of global electricity needs by 2050. Despite these predictions, a […]

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Solar Cells With 30-year Lifetimes for Power-generating Windows

A new transparency-friendly solar cell design could marry high efficiencies with 30-year estimated lifetimes, research led by the University of Michigan, U.S., has shown. It may pave the way for windows that also provide solar power. “Solar energy is about the cheapest form of energy that mankind has ever produced since the industrial revolution,” said […]

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Respite for South East Asia Manufacturers, As US Delays Decision on Solar Tariffs

The complaint by a group of manufacturers calling themselves the American Solar Manufacturers Against Chinese Circumvention, or A-SMACC that sought higher tariffs on Southeast Asian solar-power imports has led to an interesting situation with the US department of commerce asking the firms to identify themselves first. The issue had been raised by the largest body […]

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Energy Engineer – Solar

Redaptive is looking for a self-motivated, passionate, and collaborative Energy Engineer – Solar to work closely with our growing team based in the US & India. The Energy Engineer – Solar will collaborate with the Commercial Product, Engineering Solutions, Data Analytics, and Business Development teams. Redaptive is an energy management and technology company introducing the […]

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10.5 GW Solar, Wind and Storage Project in Morocco

British company Xlinks is developing a 10.5 GW solar-plus-wind project, combined with a battery storage facility, in Morocco, which will supply 3.6 GW renewable energy to the UK via the world’s longest subsea cables. Located in Morocco’s renewable energy rich region of Guelmim Oued Noun, it will cover an approximate area of 1,500km2 and will be […]

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RES Sells Large 245MWdc Australian Solar Farm to Iberdrola

UK renewable company RES has sold its Avonlie solar development project to Spanish electric utility Iberdrola. The project is located in New South Wales, Australia, and is RES’ largest ever solar development with generating capacity standing at 245 MW dc / 190 MW ac. When operational, 450,000 solar panels, mounted on single axis tracking system, are expected […]

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