Solar heating and cooling News for July 2013

Solar heating and cooling News Archive

Solar and wind dominate world market

Solar and wind energy use has grown significantly in 2012, and continues to dominate investment, states a new report.

ABB acquires Power-One

ABB has completed its acquisition of power conversion specialist Power-One, making it a leading global supplier of solar inverters.

PV briefing – California to face historic challenges

At the 11th PV Briefing & Networking Forum USA, part of the Intersolar North America event, delegates discussed the future of renewable energy in the US market, highlighting the importance of California in growing the technology.

Phono Solar grows Australian presence

Phono Solar has signed a distribution agreement with an Australian solar distributor, helping consolidate its position in the Australian market.

REC separates solar and silicon businesses REC separates solar and silicon businesses

REC plans to split itself into two entities, launching the silicon and solar divisions as independent, listed companies.

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Linde and LiSEC launch new glass coating technology to improve solar energy yields

Linde Gases, a division of The Linde Group, has announced the launch of S-COAT, a highly innovative and cost effective anti-reflection (AR) coating technology which significantly increases light transmission values and resultant energy yields of solar modules.

SunDrum Solar Hybrid PVT System reaches peak 86% delivery record

SunDrum Solar LLC said it has achieved a solar industry one hour peak delivery record of 86% for a hybrid solar system, which generates both photovoltaic and thermal (PVT) solar energy.

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The Switch calls for renewables industry to embrace Agile Positioning business model

The Switch has called for the renewable energy sector to embrace Agile Positioning, an industrial model that allows for greater flexibility and responsiveness to market changes.

Poll finds 51% of UK public want more investment in renewables

A poll by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on UK energy policy has found that 51% of people think the government should support the construction of more renewable energy sources like solar, wave and tidal power.

Infinia commissions utility-scale Stirling solar technology

Infinia Corporation has announced it has begun commissioning the first of seven commercial-scale PowerDish installments currently underway at the Tooele Army Depot, a U.S. Army installation in Utah, USA.