News of the year 2014

Date: 05.12.2014


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Thermal Power/Heating

Thomas Graham’s new warehouse receives 221kWp solar array

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 16:07 (Solarpowerportal)

Steel and industrial supplier Thomas Graham has installed solar on its new warehouse at Kingmoor Park in Carlisle. Read more

CFH Docmail greens business with 250kWp solar array

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 15:31 (Solarpowerportal)

Mail service provider, CFH Docmail has had a 250kWp solar array installed at its Radstock site in Somerset. Read more

SPI Solar to develop 9.9MW project acquired from Shotmeyer Solar

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 15:26 (PV-Tech)

PV project developer and EPC firm, SPI Solar plans to acquire and develop the 9.9MW Beaver Run Solar Farm in Lafayette, New Jersey. Read more

Jinko Solar 'Eagle+' modules reach new height of power output for 60-cell multi c-Si module

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 13:49 (Solarserver)

Jinko Solar Holding Co., Ltd. (Shanghai, China) on December 5th, 2014 announced that its "Eagle+" solar module reached a new height of power output for 60-cell multi crystalline silicon module during an independent test conducted at TUV Rheinland's Shanghai Testing Center. Under Standard Testing Conditions (STC), power output of the high power "Eagle+" modules samples reached 306.9 watts, the company reports. At present, the industry average power output of a 60-cell multi-crystalline silicon module is approximately 255 watts. Read more

JinkoSolar’s ‘Eagle+’ modules verified at 306.9 Watts

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 13:41 (PV-Tech)

Major PV manufacturer JinkoSolar said that its 60-cell multicrystalline silicon ‘Eagle+’ series modules have achieved power output of 306.9 Watts. Read more

The solar dragon stirs in Indonesia

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 13:30 (PV-Tech)

Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s great solar under-performer, but a new pro-solar government has announced plans that could jump-start a PV market in the region’s largest economy. Read more

SunEdison to install 39.5MW of solar for Massachusetts housing associations

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 11:23 (PV-Tech)

SunEdison will help low income households in the US state of Massachusetts to save US$60 million in energy bills with the installation of 39.5MW of solar systems across 16 housing associations. Read more

Electrical Energy Storage: Special ees exhibition to debut at Intersolar North America 2015

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 10:48 (Solarserver)

Intersolar North America announced that its 2015 event in San Francisco will feature expanded exhibition opportunities and conference content dedicated to the growing energy storage market. Intersolar North America will host the new Special Exhibition ees to showcase the latest technologies throughout the energy storage value chain, the organizers report in a press release. They signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with NAATBatt International, a non-profit trade association of companies, associations and research institutions that are commercializing advanced electrochemical energy storage technology for emerging, high tech applications, to partner in the development Read more

Hanwha SolarOne signs 20 MW solar PV module supply contract in China

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 10:45 (Solarserver)

Hanwha SolarOne Co., Ltd. (Shanghai, China), a global photovoltaic manufacturer of high-quality solar modules, on December 4th, 2014 announced it has been awarded a module supply contract to provide Hong Solar Co., Ltd. a total of 20 MW of its high quality E-star modules. Shipments began in November and are on schedule to be completed by December 2014 to the utility-scale project located in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, the company reports in a press release. Read more

More than 60% of Brits unaware of solar subsidy support

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 10:35 (Solarpowerportal)

The majority of Brits are unaware that they can receive government funding for installing solar, according to research commissioned by renewable distributor Rexel. Read more

Survey: California boasts almost 73,000 workers in solar industry

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 0:39 (PV-Tech)

A state-wide survey generated by the Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) Institute has revealed that California boasts the largest advanced energy industry in the United States, including nearly 73,000 individuals employed in the solar industry. Read more

SolarCity unveils MySolarCity mobile app

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 0:14 (PV-Tech)

Solar power provider SolarCity has released a mobile app, MySolarCity, that will allow its customers to track the production and home utilization of its services while also connecting its clients directly with the rest of the SolarCity community. Read more


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Wind Energy

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Marine Power May Suffer More Casualties After Siemens Tidal Sale

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 17:11 (Renewable Energy World)

The downfall of two leading marine- energy developers is damping hope that the emerging industry, which has already lost almost $1 billion, will ever get the technology to market. Read more

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell

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Geo Thermal/Heat Pump

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Energy Policy/Climate/CO2

A “Business” Model for Expanding Renewable Energy: The New Mexico Production Tax Credit

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 20:58 (Renewable Energy World)

The State of New Mexico now has a total renewable generation capacity that is over 1 million kilowatts. This huge milestone for renewable energy in New Mexico would have not been realized so soon without the NM Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit (REPTC). The REPTC is not just a credit on taxes owed, it is a refundable credit and can be allocate Read more

A $6 Billion Opportunity for Rural Electric Cooperatives to Lead on Clean Energy

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 17:09 (Renewable Energy World)

Last week I asked why rural electric cooperatives haven't been leaders on renewable energy. This week, I explain a $6 billion opportunity they can seize to take leadership. One of the biggest barriers to making investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy is the upfront cost. So what if members of rural electric cooperative and rural munic Read more

Israel Energy Week: Zeroing in on Renewable Energy Technology

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 13:34 (Renewable Energy World)

As part of Israel Energy Week — which begins this week and runs through to December 9 — the country’s Ministry of the Economy has been showcasing a number of innovative clean technology companies that are set to advance the renewable energy and smart cities sectors. Read more

China National Nuclear signs renewables cooperation with construction firm

Friday, 12.5.2014 - 12:22 (PV-Tech)

Construction firm, Fluor has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) to develop a number of energy projects. Read more


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