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Blue skies ahead for EVs and the energy metals that power them

Every new major innovation experience hiccups on the way to mainstream adoption, but the EV market has had stratospheric growth.

Debunking solar myths: All panels come from China

Part One of Dan Shugar’s series on replacing fiction with facts about solar, when the proverbial Uncle Bob comes to dinner.

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Solar actuators, the brains and brawn behind solar trackers

Can you tell solar actuation systems apart? Knowing what’s in an actuator and how it’s tested is paramount.

Optimizing photovoltaic grid integration through active power management

PV systems, surpassing minimum load demands in various regions, necessitate innovative grid integration measures. Active power management (APM), notably curtailment, emerges as a powerful solution here. By actively managing power peaks, PV systems can unlock new possibilities, contribute to grid stability, and enhance their overall value. The new IEA-PVPS Task 14 report encourages a shift in perspective, urging DSOs to explore the potential of APM instead of traditional grid expansion methods.

Stormy January impacts irradiance across North America

In its weekly update for pv magazine, Solcast, a DNV company, reports that North America saw irradiance below average, primarily due to the stormy conditions that prevailed during the second half of January.

IRS pre-registration portal open for IRA elective pay and transferable credits

Registration through the portal is required to obtain a registration number to be included on the income tax return filings needed to claim direct cash payment or transfer credits.

2023 delivers best year this century for irradiance

In its weekly update for pv magazine, Solcast, a DNV company, reports that, last year, large regions were 10% or more above long term trends for solar radiation, including Western and Northern Europe, Eurasia, much of China, Southern Australia, the Midwestern and Southern U.S., Central and most of South America.

Wafer prices stable ahead of Chinese New Year festivities

In a new weekly update for pv magazine, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.

Organic cathode for high-energy, fast-charging lithium-ion batteries

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers have developed a new organic cathode material with an energy density higher than most cobalt-based cathodes. It can charge–discharge in as little as six minutes. Automaker Lamborghini has licensed the patent for the technology.

Solar is a team sport

How amplified quality incidents can send ripples through the industry, affecting solar perception and adoption.

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