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Rotuma using solar energy will start soon for the village of Fapufa next month. The project provides a source of sustainable electricity supply to individual households in the village for lighting and small-appliance charging purposes. This project
Fourteen percent of households on Native American reservations live without electricity. But several Native American reservations are now using renewable energy technology to access electricity and much needed income. July 1, 2014 If I told you
The selection of Locus is a testament to the quality of our products and services." Amicus Solar Cooperative, founded in 2011, is the nation's first and only solar purchasing cooperative and is focused on sharing best practices and pooling its
As the photovoltaic and wind markets mature in the United States and around the world, attention is shifting toward the next step in the market's evolution: battery storage. Gigafactory; however, the applications for battery storage greatly transcend
With electricity prices increasing substantially commercial sectors are investing in multimillion rand solar systems hoping to decrease the dependence on electricity, an office park in Cape Town is in the process of installing a R22m solar system.
The newly installed solar panels are easily visible on the rooftops from the front of The Orchard community outreach facility in Carbondale. Kelley Cox Post Independent A Carbondale church building is set to be home to the town's largest rooftop
February 06, 2013 For many years, Solar Energy International (SEI) has been offering technical solar training for Tucson, Arizona residents and surrounding areas. Dozens of area renewable energy
January 30, 2013 Topsun Co., Ltd. announced that they are developing a 100MW floating PV system project in South Korea. A 100kW test prototype project is scheduled for 2013 which will expand in scale to 100MW through 2014 and 2015. Topsun is
When the previously smog-blurred sun cast its light onto a bizarrely equipped house on Friday, a man who prefers to go by "Ruhai" saw his dream of converting the sun's rays into usable power come true...For Ruhai, a 42-year-old white-collar worker,
Shoals Technologies Group and Ampt, LLC today announced certification of a module-level DC/DC optimizer compatible with the MultiLink Junction Box. The UL and IEC certified optimizer uses Ampt's innovative module-level DC/DC power converter.