This week saw collaborations between nations and companies, some numbers on the U.S. energy storage market and progress in the carving up of SunEdison, as the solar industry prepares for the Solar Power International trade show.
Edisun Microgrids, based in Pasadena, has launched the first dual-axis solar tracker designed and built for the commercial and industrial flat rooftop solar market segment.
U.S. tracker manufacturer NEXTracker has purchased software firm BrightBox Technologies in a move it says will augment its predictive modeling capabilities and expedite the commissioning process.
The company has contracted for over 20 MW of projects in Massachusetts and Vermont.
Elon Musk gave scarce information on developments at the world’s largest battery factory in Tesla’s Q2 results.
The microinverter maker has pursued price reduction to gain market share, but has not turned a profit since Q3 2015.
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