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A 55MW PV project in southern Israel is being fitted with single-axis trackers by Spanish company Grupo Clavijo.
Several recently completed PV power plant projects for Southern California Edison (SCE) under the California Renewable Energy Small Tariff (CREST) feed-in tariff program also employed Array Technologies ‘DuraTrack’ HZ single-axis trackers, according to the company.
SunEnergy1, a preferred EPC to Duke Energy Renewables has completed five PV projects in North Carolina totalling 56MW (dc).
A new R&D project in Germany has been formed to make breakthroughs in new innovative PV inverter concepts that will focus on cooling and packaging advancements to improve conversion efficiency, cost and service life, which are key BOS costs to PV systems.
A new category for Electrical Energy Storage systems has been added to the Intersolar Awards, with the prize given at Intersolar Europe in Munich on 4 June.
Power control and monitoring equipment specialist, skytron energy has received cETLus approval to the UL/CSA 60950-1 equipment safety standard rounds of UL certification for its skycontrol power plant controller.
Array Technologies said its ‘DuraTrack HZ’ single-axis tracker system was employed at a newly connected 3MW PV power plant in Walterboro, South Carolina.
Market research firm, Lux Research expects balance of system (BOS) component costs to fall gradually through the rest of the decade, according to a new report.
US-based PV module mounting systems specialist, Array Technologies (ATI) has officially opened its expanded headquarters facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Specialist PV module mounting systems firm, Array Technologies (ATI) said it had opened its first office in Chile to expand its business in the country.
UK-based PV project developer, Castillium, is to use next-generation tracking systems for at least 45MW worth of projects in the UK after signing a purchase agreement with US-based start-up QBotix.
Conergy’s solar racking equipment arm, Mounting Systems, has been bought by Frankfurt based investment firm, Nordwest Industrie Group.
Array Technologies fitted a 7.4MW tracking system to a PV project in Connecticut, US, which is expected to go online during this quarter of 2013, the company has announced.
Solar manufacturing and construction firm, Conergy, says it is close to selling its module factory in Frankfurt to PV manufacturer, Astronergy.
First Solar, set to construct what will be Australia’s two largest solar farms for gas and electricity retailer AGL Energy, has handed the contract for the framing systems for the two projects to a local company, IXL Group, in New South Wales.