Panasonic’s new premium installers, 100 MW coming to Illinois: pvMB 5/23/19

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Panasonic adds new premium installers – Panasonic has selected six new companies to join its premium installer program. These companies and their locations are as follows:

  • Elevation Solar: Gilbert, AZ
  • Hot Purple Energy: Palm Springs, CA
  • Infinity Solar: Orange, CA
  • RA Solar: San Francisco, CA
  • Same Sun: Rutland, VT
  • Solar Works: Albuquerque, NM

These additions now bring the premium installer program up to 42 participants nationwide. Source: Panasonic

 

OpenSolar launches solar software design and sales app – “OpenSolar, announced today the launch of the world’s first free, end-to-end solar enterprise application, setting the stage for the next phase of growth for rooftop solar globally… The OpenSolar platform includes the following functionality:

  • A cloud-based app with a mobile-friendly operating environment to manage business from any device in office or in the field
  • “SolarTouch” technology for high-speed mobile and tablet design in-field, with rich 3D design tools and automation
  • Interactive customer proposals with rich and configurable content, including videos and customer education tools for solar power and battery storage
  • Full customer management enterprise software, with one-click communication, document management and digital signatures
  • White-label, available in any region and currency globally, for solar professionals to upload and brand as their own
  • 24-hour online support centre with education tools and best-practice sharing to support new and existing solar professionals”

Source: OpenSolar

 

100 MW coming to Steward, Illinois – The Lee County council has spoken and approved a 100 megawatt solar farm in Steward, illinois, to be developed by Junction Solar LLC, a subsidiary of Geronimo Energy. The project’s development and construction is expected to cost $121 million. The project will be located on 760 acres of privately-owned farmland. And oh, would you look at that, another huge solar project in the Midwest. Who could have possibly predicted this? Source: SaukValley.com

 

Azelio thermal energy storage now available for PV –In June 2018, Azelio unveiled its energy storage technology, which enables the provision of electricity from renewables around the clock.  That technology is based on a thermal energy storage system developed by Azelio… Azelio has broadened the range of uses of its unique technology, so that electricity from a wider range of renewable sources can be received and stored as thermal energy… The opportunity to use electricity generated by other renewable sources, such as solar PV and wind to heat the energy storage, now means that Azelio can complement established technologies with energy storage systems, allowing low-cost renewables-generated electricity to be produced on demand around the clock.” Source: Azelio