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Balance of Systems

Net losses triple at US tracker maker after acquisition

New Mexico-based Array Technologies is keen to emphasize the revenue benefits of buying Spanish rival STI Norland and said US President Joe Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act would also be good for business.

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Sunrise brief: Solar industry responds to Senate passage of Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

Also on the rise: Ampt lawsuit asks that SolarEdge remove inverters and controllers from market. North Carolinians would save $18 billion through 2050 with high-renewables carbon plan. And more.

Sunrise brief: Renewables may replace hydro dams to restore endangered salmon

Also on the rise: Construction complete on largest solar farm in Nebraska. Renewable Energy Test Center releases 2022 Module Index Report. Job moves. And more.

Trackers vs. the elements, part three: minimizing production losses

In this three-part series, pv magazine will highlight some of the major obstacles faced when developing solar installations on single-axis trackers and see the different approaches that players in the industry are taking to neutralize each issue.

CAB Solar: more than cable management

While CAB’s cable management systems offer significant cost reductions in labor, materials and engineering, the company is more than just the 2021 pv magazine Award winner in the BOS category. pv magazine caught up with CAB President and CEO, Tara Bosserman, to discuss cable management, her company’s manufacturing history, and CAB’s unique approach to providing employment opportunities for all.

Trackers vs. the elements, part two: working with wind

In this three-part series, pv magazine will highlight some of the major obstacles faced when developing solar installations on single-axis tracker and see the different approaches that players in the industry are taking to neutralize each issue.

Trackers vs. the elements, part one: tackling uneven terrain

In this three-part series, pv magazine will highlight some of the major obstacles faced when developing solar installations on single-axis tracker and see the different approaches that players in the industry are taking to neutralize each issue.

Sunrise brief: Array Technologies may be insulated from anti-circumvention, said ROTH

Also on the rise: Hot carrier solar cells could potentially breaking the Shockley-Queisser limit of silicon-based photovoltaics. Job moves at Nexamp, Algonquin Power & Utilities, and more. Photovoltaic cell harvests energy day and night. Power Factors selected to manage Vesper Energy’s development pipeline. New inverter from SMA for residential, commercial PV. Aluminum-nickel molten salt battery for seasonal renewables storage. Nautilus completes 24.9MW community solar portfolio in New York.

Nextracker unveils all-terrain tracker

pv magazine sat down with Nextracker CEO Dan Shugar to discuss how customer feedback drives engineering innovation, and the potential unlocked by expanding the terrain that trackers can be installed on.

Sunrise brief: California’s solar market is now a battery market

Also on the rise: Indiana ruling paves the way for HOAs to allow solar. Shoals opens manufacturing facility in Tennessee. NASA announces advances in space solar and thin films. Majority of homeowners want solar but need help with upfront financing. Rocket Lab unveils space solar cell with 33.3% efficiency.

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