The Israel-based power electronics specialist has unveiled two new optimizers. Both have a rated input DC power of 1,2 kW, maximum efficiency of 99.5%, and weighted efficiency of 98.8%.
The U.S. International Trade Commission launched the investigation following a lawsuit from power electronics competitor Ampt.
Ampt posits that all of SolarEdge’s technology is in violation of patents controlled by the Colorado company, and that they should be required to immediately cease all sales.
Also on the rise: Invasion of Ukraine an inadvertent boost for green hydrogen. 175MW Pike Solar and Storage Project cleared for construction in Colorado. Joint development agreement for light-optimizing, energy-producing modules designed to top agrivoltaic greenhouses. Barrio Solar wants to help Brooklyn homeowners go solar. While interconnection seen as a bottleneck to solar, three grid regions processed 25GW of solar interconnection requests last year. The 400MW Obsidian Solar Center in Oregon gets final approval. Research on semi-transparent organic photovoltaic filters for agrivoltaic greenhouses.
A recent offering of 2 million shares at $295 arms the company with capital for “acquisitions and general corporate purposes.” Philip Shen, managing director, ROTH Capital Partners said in an industry note the offering was “well timed,” reiterating a buy rating.
The new Texas-based community virtual power plants are planned to offer renters a low-cost clean energy source and the ability to mitigate the impact of blackouts with grid-independent backup power.
The 576 kW project is 30 miles north of the Arctic Circle and helps a local non-profit utility cut its diesel fuel use.
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