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Sharp Electronics will add software modelling the performance of energy storage systems made by Energy Toolbase to its Smartstorage systems, following an earlier announcement that the California Solar Energy Industries’ Association (CALSEIA) will also use the software platform.
Enphase claims it has continued its “aggressive growth” into the Oceania region with the formation of a distribution agreement with a wholesaler, distributor and training and support company in New Zealand.
Renewable energy developer Pattern Development has chosen renewables services firm Global Energy Services (GES) to construct a 122MW solar plant in Chile’s Atacama Desert.
Developer and PV plant services company Phoenix Solar has followed news of a 300% jump in year-on-year revenues with the award of six projects in Turkey.
Leading PV inverter manufacturer SMA Solar Technology has backed up recently raised full-year revenue guidance with first half sales reaching €429.3 million, driven the most by the utility-scale PV power plant market.
An airport in the Indian state of Kerala will become “absolutely power neutral” when it inaugurates a 12MWp solar power plant onsite next week.
SolarEdge earnings beat analysts’ estimates and its share prices rose by almost 12% as the company reported record quarterly revenues on Wednesday.
Enphase Energy (Enphase) CEO Paul Nahi said the company has enjoyed “strong demand” for its solar energy systems in the US, Australia and Europe, resulting in record shipments of 195MW for the second quarter of this year.
Sungrow Power has entered into an agreement with Yu County Jinyang New Energy, a subsidiary of GCL New Energy, for Sungrow to provide EPC services for a 50MW PV project in Yo County, Yangquan City, Shanxi Province, China.
Microinverter firm Enphase Energy and dedicated residential PV company Sunrun have signed an agreement for Enphase to supply solar energy systems to Sunrun for its household PV installations.
Major PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow Power Supply is planning to increase manufacturing capacity by a further 5GW to meet expected strong demand in 2016 and onwards, driven by China and its growing international footprint.
Hawaii, the first US state to have set itself a ‘100% renewable energy’ target, has approved almost 70,000 net-metered rooftop PV systems for households across its three largest islands to date.
US power optimiser supplier Ampt is raising up to US$25 million to ramp up its production, sales and product innovation, with its optimisers aimed at the commercial and utility-scale PV plant markets.
Leading PV inverter manufacturer SMA Solar cited stronger than expected demand and high order backlog in raising its full-year revenue guidance.
Yiming (Jimmy) Wang, CEO of Ginlong Technologies, discusses the company’s market share growth and popularity of three-phase string inverters for an increasing penetration of the commercial and utility-scale markets.