Despite the pandemic, residential solar growth continues. Commercial solar, always the problem child, is having trouble coping with the virus.
An improved quarter for Enphase was carried partially by the American launch of the Encharge storage system, as well as impressive revenue improvements in the European market.
In a report this May, the PEAK Coalition said that New York City’s gas peaker plants are “perhaps the most egregious energy-related example of what environmental injustice means today.”
“Storage is the first truly digital asset that you can put on the electric network. That means the smarter we are with digital, the better job we can do powering the electric network,” Brett Galura, CTO at Fluence said, declining to disclose the acquisition’s price tag.
The company has developed a photonic smart coating that it claims will increase the per panel power output by 20%, driving down overall project costs.
Born from an Oxford research group, the startup is looking to make its name by developing all-perovskite tandems, something no other company has done.
Four years ago, there were just two floating solar arrays in the U.S. — by the end of this year, there will be over 20.
“The use of objective market data will force accuracy,” Jigar Shah, Generate Capital’s cofounder said.
Order 2222 raises the stakes — distributed resources are already starting to have material impacts on utilities’ planning efforts, and higher penetrations of distributed resources will amplify the need for better forecasts.
Major global brands can’t stake their future on a business supply chain that is not sustainable.
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