Solar news: Talk to the panel

SolarEdge HD-Wave Solar Inverter Technology: Big changes. Small package.

Winner of the prestigious 2016 Intersolar award, SolarEdge’s HD-Wave technology inverter breaks the mold of traditional inverters. Using a novel power conversion technology to synthesize a clean sine wave leads to a dramatic reduction in magnetics and heavy cooling elements. The record-breaking efficiency of 99% allows more energy production for an improved ROI. Small and lightweight, this inverter enables simplified shipping and storing and one-person installation. Learn how SolarEdge is breaking records in energy.

How Competitive is the Residential Solar Industry?

Casey Anderson | February 3, 2017 We recently published our 2016 50 top solar companies in NY, and we have supplemented the list with an analysis of the competitive …

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Maryland Solar Workers Celebrate — Clean Energy Jobs Bill is Reinstated

Laureen Peck | February 6, 2017 As word got out that Maryland’s clean energy jobs bill was reinstated on Feb. 2, a loud cheer was heard throughout …

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Turkey Boosts Large-Scale Solar Investments

Ekin İnal and Merve Akkuş | February 3, 2017 The tender for the Karapınar Resource Area, a solar-power energy zone with an allocated capacity of 1 GW, will take place on Feb. 21.

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New York City Illuminated By Solar Energy

Casey Anderson | February 6, 2017 In late 2016, Mayor de Blasio announced that solar power in New York City has nearly quadrupled since he took office increasing from 25 MW

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Maine Regulators Issue Decision on Net Metering

Renewable Energy World Editors | February 3, 2017 The Maine Public Utilities Commission (PUC) this week approved revisions to the state’s rules on net metering.

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Talk to the Panel: Communication and Analytics Help Utilities Scale Up Solar Installations

Guohui Yuan | February 6, 2017 This may come as a surprise to most people: utilities don’t have real-time information about their customers’ electricity usage.

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Islands in The (Revenue) Stream: Energy Storage Adds Value and Resiliency to Microgrids

Stephen Prince | February 6, 2017 As scientists and explorers throughout history have seen, there is no better place to study evolution than on islands.

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Schneider, Duke Energy Deploying Microgrids for Public Safety Facilities in Maryland

PennWell Editors | February 2, 2017 Schneider Electric and Duke Energy Renewables will partner on deploying two advanced microgrids for public safety facilities …

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Building Interest in Community Solar

Brian Doyle | February 3, 2017 Harvard Business Review is usually a trusted source for those that want to gain unique insights into specific problems.

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