Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc., has begun commercial operation of the 71 MWac/92 MWp IS-42 solar photovoltaic project, located in Cumberland County, North Carolina.
In under six months, SunPower completed the installation of a Texas-sized, 8.79-megawatt solar system spanning across four parking garages at Toyota Motor North America’s new 100-acre headquarters in Plano, Texas.
Iconic retailer Macy’s has been undergoing a solar energy makeover – part of a company-wide sustainability initiative – with SunPower. The chain, including Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores, has now completed 21 high-efficiency SunPower solar energy system installation this past year in seven states, totaling 15 megawatts.
SunPower has begun construction on an 8.79-megawatt SunPower solar system at Toyota Motor North America’s new headquarters in Plano, Texas. Close to one megawatt larger than originally planned, it is expected to be the Lone Star State’s largest corporate office on-site solar installation among non-utility companies.
The Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida is the latest location featuring Spotlight Solar’s distinctive solar trees. Four of Spotlight’s architectural solar structures will uniquely showcase the commitment to clean energy and sustainability shared by the convention center, the city of Orlando, and the Orlando Utilities Commission.
Grupo Clavijo has consolidated its international expansion with the completion of the Solar One Ceylon solar photovoltaic project for the company Windforce. The facility, with 12.56 MW of power, has 624 single-axis trackers from the SP 160 range, which have 315/320 Wp polycrystalline modules manufactured by JA Solar.
Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Bourne, Massachusetts has partnered with Solect Energy and Green Seal Environmental to develop and install a 663 KW solar canopy in the school’s existing parking lot.
Solar solutions from SunPower are helping California to lead as the nation’s top solar and agricultural producing state as farmers, food processors, beverage suppliers, and others look for ways to save on one of their largest operating expenses: electricity.
SolarWindow Technologies is expanding product development to include applying its electricity-generating coatings onto flexible glass – as thin as a business card (only 0.1 millimeters) – that is flexible enough to be bent without breaking or cracking.
National Energy Partners and Forum Equity Partners have signed an agreement in which Forum will provide up to $15 million in growth financing for NEP, a leading developer of distributed Photovoltaic Solar Generation Systems for commercial and municipal customers.
One of Burbank’s largest residential solar projects was recently completed by Go Green Solar Solutions using Kyocera photovoltaic (PV) solar modules and SMA inverters.