Can high levels of solar and wind coexist with nuclear generation on the grid? The answer is more complicated than you might think.
Today pv magazine USA brings you special coverage of the U.S. International Trade Commission decision
In the most anticipated decision since the Investment Tax Credit vote in 2015, the industry now braces to see what sanctions the USITC will recommend to President Trump on November 13.
In this exclusive interview with pv magazine, GTM Research Associate Director of U.S. Solar Cory Honeyman give his perspective on what today’s ruling by the ITC means – and where we are headed now.
Only a day before the decision, four governors from leading solar states expressed their opposition to the Section 201 trade case. But will political pressure be enough?
This exclusive interview from the SPI trade show explores how SEIA under Abigail Hopper has come out hard and strong against the Section 201 trade case – and what she plans to do in the event of an injury finding.
Arguing that a decision in favor of Suniva/SolarWorld could impair military readiness and resiliency, 14 former military personnel sent a letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission yesterday asking them to dismiss the Section 201 trade complaint.
Among the many findings in a recent report by Lawrence Berkeley National Labs is that 79% of new U.S. utility-scale solar capacity in 2016 involved tracking systems.
At issue was whether an agreement between NC WARN, a member-based nonprofit tackling the climate crisis, was acting as a public utility by providing solar electricity to a church. The public utilities commission – and now a court – has found that it was.
This plant and three other projects will allow utility Mississippi Power to reach 160 MW-AC of large-scale solar.
The German energy services provider and investment company have partnered on a fund to develop the projects, including securing grid connection and power contracts.
The Tesla of China has also announced plans to launch its high-voltage B-Box residential battery system in the United States.
Canadian start-up Axsus has launched its first tracker, which reduces metal content by 25%.
LG unveiled both a new high-power 365W, 60-cell residential module, and a new AC module with an Enphase microinverter and wifi communications on board.
SunPower is famous for its back-contact cells, boasting one of the industry’s most advanced technologies. Josh Moore, SunPower Director, explains why the company is now ramping up 600 MW of production for different types of front-contact cells and shingled modules. He will pitch the advantages at pv magazine’s Future PV event to be held at SPI on Tuesday September 12.
With a monster hurricane in Florida and a trade case looming over the solar industry, there’s never been a more interesting time to be in solar
In its announcement, the company cited “business conditions in [its] part of the solar industry” as the reason for the closure, making it the second Oregon solar company to announce a closure in the past month.
The microinverter maker has regained compliance with NASDAQ listing rules, but is still on uncertain ground financially.
Former employees are saying that the New York-based residential and C&I solar company has laid off everyone.
In a letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission, the national solar association argues the two petitioners have no plan to be functional module manufacturers even if they’re provided “global safeguard relief.”
The latest op-ed by solar marketing guru Solar Fred looks at what solar can learn in terms of marketing, brand loyalty and customer experience from what is arguably the most popular personal technology brand on the planet.
Proposals for 100% renewable energy at the state level are struggling, as NRDC puts forward a blueprint for 70% wind and solar by 2050.
The American conglomerate has issued a white paper on improving solar operations. How does this fit in with their corporate strategy going forward?
pv magazine is pleased to bring you an exclusive interview with the Acting Assistant Secretary in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Daniel Simmons, who was appointed by President Trump four months ago.
Mimicking a compound eye of a fly, Stanford University scientists have packed tiny perovskite cells into a hexagon-shaped epoxy resin scaffold, improving the material’s durability when exposed to moisture, heat and mechanical stress in a breakthrough that may open the door to the awaited improvement in perovskite’s operational stability.
In this op-ed for pv magazine, kWh Analytics Software Engineer Paul Young previews his SPI presentation and explores the increasing importance of solar data standards and analytics.
There is a solid business case to combine PV plants with electrolyzers, as generation costs are low enough to competitively produce hydrogen as a fuel, says Bjørn Simonsen of NEL Hydrogen. He will speak at pv magazine’s Future PV event at SPI in Las Vegas.