Siemens Announces Production Of New Solar PV Inverters In India

Siemens AG has announced plans to start manufacturing new solar photovoltaic inverters in India through its Indian arm Siemens India. Siemens India recently launched the Sinacon PV, a new generation 5,000 kVA central inverter which will be manufactured at the Kalwa plant near Mumbai. This inverter is a part of …

Hive Energy, Wirsol Propose to Build 350-MW UK Solar Farm

UK solar developer Hive Energy confirmed today it will join forces with Wirsol Energy Ltd to develop a 350-MW-plus, subsidy-free solar photovoltaic (PV) project on the north Kent coast in South East England. The two firms have proposed to develop the Cleve Hill solar farm, which would span over 890 …

Households Should be Paid for Their Solar Energy – Report

The Government’s long-awaited move to incentivise the scaling-up of solar energy development in Ireland should not exclude individuals and small businesses who wish to avail of an opportunity to reduce their energy costs by installing rooftop panels. That is among the recommendations of a report by the climate expert Joseph …

City Buildings Move Closer to Solar Energy

The buildings for City Hall, Fire Department, WIC and YMCA are looking at making a change to solar energy, and the Soledad City Council approved further research into projects on Aug. 2. “There were five projects that were considered citywide,” said Richard Guillen, engineering consultant for the city. “The City …

Air Pollution & Dust Cuts Solar Cell Energy Output By Over 25% In Some...

A new study has now quantified the solar cell energy output loss occurring around the world as a result of air pollution and dust — bringing one of the most serious limitations of solar photovoltaic reliance in the more polluted parts of the world to the forefront, and giving us …

Atlanta Becomes 27th City to Commit to 100% Renewables

Atlanta City Council unanimously approved a measure Monday establishing a community-wide goal of transitioning 100 percent to renewable energy by 2035. The legislation was introduced by city councilman Kwanza Hall, who is also a candidate for Atlanta mayor. “We know that moving to clean energy will create good jobs, clean …