NREL as well as colleges create U.S. Production of Advanced Perovskites Consortium
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds at the University of Washington, the College of North Carolina at Chapel Hillside, and the College of Toledo have with each other created the U.S. Production of Advanced Perovskites Consortium (US-MAP), which will certainly function to increase commercialization of perovskite innovations.
Apr 30, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing News, USA, NREL, solar cells, perovskite, North America, Martin Keller, Joseph J. Berry
New metallization paste range from Heraeus
The SOL 7 series consists of 5 products for Perc, Topcon and heterojunction tools.
Jun 10, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Germany, solar cells, Europe, Heraeus
ABB's electrification business posts strong returns after inverter divestment
The Swiss-headquartered technology corporation is reorganizing, stimulating the figures. That effect was magnified by acquisitions and sell-offs in 2015 with ABB announcing in July it would hand over its inverter service to Italian company Fimer.
Feb 5, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, ABB, Europe, Switzerland
Modern technology growth driving solar LCOEs to new lows, overtaking fossil fuel generation-- Lazard
The expense of producing power from utility-scale solar continues to decline and also keep competitiveness with the low cost existing fossil fuel-powered plants, driven mostly by ongoing modern technology enhancements.
Oct 20, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, LCOE, solar-plus-storage, solar economics, lithium-ion, solar finance, lazard
All modification at the top of Europe's renewables majors as Vattenfall, Ørsted unveil brand-new CEOs
Both Vattenfall and also Ørsted, two of Europe's largest renewables business, will certainly begin following year with brand-new bosses after the announcement of brand-new chief executives this week.
Sep 11, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Europe, Vattenfall, Orsted, grundfos, Anna Borg, Thomas Thune Andersen
$4 Billion US Oil Firm Banks On Perovskite Solar Cell Of The Future
If the name Search Oil rings a bell, it should. As an affiliate of US-based Search Consolidated, it belongs to a $4 billion oil and also gas empire and among the biggest independently held firms in the US. If any individual would want removing the renewable resource revolution at the knees, that would be Quest Consolidated. However, Hunt has started a years-long perovskite solar cell endeavor, and it resembles all that effort will pay off.
Feb 8, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, USA, solar cell, perovskite, North America, Michael Irwin
Big money for Turkey’s 500 MW solar factory
With the Turkish government having given Kalyon Enerji another three years to build the 500 MW facility it won a tender to construct with former partner Hanwha Q Cells, Ankara has now committed a $333 million “super incentive” to the fab.
Sep 6, 2019 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Asia, Kalyon Enerji, Eren Engur, Hanwha Q Cells, Turkey
‘They created a rechargeable world’
American John B. Goodenough, Brit Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino, from Japan, have received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for developing the lithium-ion battery. A statement from the Royal Academy of Sciences of Sweden said the invention “laid the foundations of a society without wires and fossil fuels, and [they] are of great benefit to humanity”.
Oct 9, 2019 // Technology, Storage, USA, Japan, Lithium-ion batteries, Germany, UK, Europe, Asia, North America, John B. Goodenough, Brit Stanley Whittingham, Akira Yoshino, Nobel Prize
KORE Power to build huge lithium-ion battery manufacturing facility in Arizona
KORE Power has plans to create a lithium-ion battery production facility in Maricopa County, Arizona.
Jul 31, 2021 // Storage, USA, North America, lithium-ion battery, KORE Power, Lindsay Gorrill, Buckeye Mayor Eric Orsborn
Covid-19 stopping European PPA market
Experts from German power advising Enervis have actually informed pv magazine power acquisition agreement-linked solar projects which are under growth in Europe might be postponed by the Covid-19 break out as well as brand-new unsubsidized projects show up not likely whenever quickly, thanks to the present business economics.
Mar 26, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, PPA, Europe, covid-19, Tim Steinert, Enervis’ Steinert, Arij van Berkel
BayWa: COVID-19 influences 'not feasible' to forecast after RES system's solid 2019
BayWa AG has actually avoided making efficiency forecasts for 2020 while COVID-19's effects stay uncertain, adhering to a solid year for its renewable resource device.
Mar 27, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Spain, Germany, Europe, baywa r.e., Don Rodrigo, Coronavirus, covid-19, pv components
The 7-Point List Prior To You Complete Your Roof Solar System
This useful checklist is the minimum list before you acquire that solar prepare for on your own.
Aug 2, 2021 // Rooftop PV, India, Asia, rooftop PV
Nobel chemistry prize: Lithium-ion battery scientists honoured
Three scientists have been awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of lithium-ion batteries.
Oct 16, 2019 // Storage, USA, UK, Europe, North America, lithium-ion battery, Akira Yoshino, Nobel chemistry prize, John B Goodenough, M Stanley Whittingham, Sara Snogerup Linse, Bonnie Charpentier, Dame Carol Robinson
Tips to Scrap Your Car and Go Green
Scrap cars are cars that have been deemed unredeemable by ordinary mechanics but they still have value to other people. In many cases, such vehicles end up in junk yards. But, is this really necessary?
Jan 4, 2021 // Transport
Wells Fargo sole off-taker on 58-MW solar project created by NextEra Energy
Wells Fargo signed a 20-year PPA on a 58-MW North Carolina solar project being created by a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources. The banking company will certainly take the complete output of the Blackburn Solar Project, which is prepared for a 600-acre plot in Catawba County and will run under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage program.
Apr 8, 2021 // Storage, USA, Stephen De May, North America, NextEra Energy, Wells Fargo, Richard Henderson, Solar Project, Matt Handel, Nate Hurst