Monthly Archives: January 2021

The Way to Best LCOE (I) – System Value Assessment For Trina 600W+ Vertex Bifacial-Dual-Glass Module with Single-Axis Tracker

Since establishment from 1997, Trina Solar has been driven by innovative, reliable quality and customer value. Since the release of the first advanced Vertex 210mm modules in February 2020, the product line has been stacked with different products including Vertex S 400W, and the Vertex series of 500W, 550W and 600W and beyond, which fit well with the applications of

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Sungrow to End Year 2020 on High in India Crossing 7 GW PV Inverter Shipments

New Delhi, India, Jan. 8, 2021 — Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, declared that its cumulative shipments to India raced past 7 GW by the end of 2020, thrusting its remarkable presence in India’s growing decarbonized energy space. Accelerated growth during a tough year During this year, Indian market saw a series of tenders and reverse auctions

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Canadian Solar Subsidiary Recurrent Energy to Complete Sale and to Break Ground on the Slate Project, Expected to Be One of the Largest PV + Battery Storage Projects in the U.S.

 Canadian Solar Inc.  announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Recurrent Energy, completed the sale of the Slate project to Goldman Sachs Renewable Power LLC (“GSRP”). Revenue from the transaction will be recognized in Q1 2021 and commercial operation is anticipated in late 2021. The Slate project is a 300 MWac solar plus 140.25 MW / 561 MWh storage project located in Kings County, California, and has

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A polarization-driven guide to making high-performance, versatile solar cells

Improving solar cell design is integral for improving energy consumption. Scientists have lately focused on making solar cells more efficient, flexible, and portable to enable their integration into everyday applications. Consequently, novel lightweight and flexible thin film solar cells have been developed. It is, however, not easy to combine efficiency with flexibility. For a material (usually a semiconductor) to be

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BayWa r.e. to extend leadership in the Floating-PV market

BayWa r.e., together with its Dutch partner GroenLeven, recently completed two floating solar parks in Nij Beets and Kloosterhaar, Netherlands. The sites combined contain more than 70,000 solar panels and a total capacity of 29.2 MWp, enough to supply 9,000 Dutch households with clean energy. Floating solar parks offer the opportunity to give unusable areas of water a new benefit

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