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Baker Hughes and Bloom Energy will collaborate on the potential commercialization and deployment of integrated, low carbon power-generation and hydrogen solutions. The two plan to launch pilot projects over the next 2-3 years and fully commercialize and scale applications, products, and solutions shortly thereafter. The companies will focus on three areas: integrated power solutions, integrated hydrogen solutions, and mutual technical collaborations. More information is here.
Solar e-commerce store
Schneider Electric Solar launched an e-commerce store where customers can buy solar products. The store lets customers find all current Schneider Electric solar products available in the North American market, including the XW Pro and SW hybrid inverters, MPPT charge controllers, power distribution panels, InsightHome and InsightFacility edge devices, as well as accessories. Customers can select expedited shipping options for locations in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. More information is here.
GameChange Solar said that 631 MW of Genius Trackers are being deployed near the Houston metropolitan area. Power generated at the project site will be bought online in blocks and sold to the ERCOT wholesale market in 2021. The EPC anticipates the project will be completed mid-2022. The system is using the Genius Tracker with preassembled SpeedClamps which increases install speed versus typical competitors. More information is here.
Tesla charging expansion
LAZ Parking announced a new electric vehicle charging program to bring 500 Tesla Connectors to parking locations nationwide.
By installing Tesla Charging, LAZ said it will attract Tesla drivers to its parking garages via Tesla’s in-app and in-car touch screens. By hosting Tesla charging zones at current and future locations, LAZ can generate incremental revenue for clients. Residential, commercial, hotel, and retail locations are the primary focus of the launch. More information is here.
Schneider Electric announced a partnership with KB Home to provide grid-to-plug innovation in KB Home’s new Sundance at Park Circle community in Valley Center, California. The homes will incorporate the Square D Energy Center and connected wiring devices, which will offer greater levels of control, energy efficiency and resiliency for new homebuyers.
The Square D Energy Center enables the convergence, scalability, and optimization of residential distributed energy resources, including utility power, solar power, energy storage, future smart home devices, and generators. The technology lets homeowners take an active role in their home energy management. Energy use can be monitored in real time, usage costs can be compared to utility rates, and power sources can be changed to battery or generator backup sources. More information is here.
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