Monthly Archives: August 2018

Canadian Solar Partners with ET Energy to Build 132 MWp of Solar Projects in South Africa

Canadian Solar Inc. (the “Company” or “Canadian Solar”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world’s largest solar power companies today announced it established a joint venture with ET Energy, a global clean energy developer and operator. Together they will provide Engineering, Procurement and Construction (“EPC”) services for two solar power projects totaling 132 MWp in South Africa for BioTherm Energy, an independent African power

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Renewable energy sources can take up to 1000 times more space than fossil fuels

To generate renewable energy takes more space than one might think. New research by environmental scientist Paul Behrens and master’s student John van Zalk shows how much space is needed for nine specific types of energy. Biomass, hydro and wind, while vital, take up the most space. Natural gas and nuclear take least. Publication in Energy Policy. Different fuel types

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Endeas presents innovative steady-state I-V curve measurement method for PV manufacturing

Endeas presents an innovative method for measuring steady-state I-V curves in photovoltaic cells and modules using a flash tester. The novel method enables accurate measurement of the maximum power and other I-V parameters in even the highest efficiency PV technologies using a short flash pulse. The method is included in the acclaimed QuickSun 600 all-in-one module testing station and other

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