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Silevo’s New Cell and Module Architecture Breaks Solar Barriers Silevo advanced its high-efficiency solar technology

SunPower answers the challenge, but the big question remains.
Silevo advanced its high-efficiency solar technology with a new product it expects will make inroads into the marketplace.
Silevo has redesigned its cell to what Sales and Marketing VP Aaron Thurlow called the “industry-standard… high-efficiency solar technology, module architecture, renewable energy test center, silevo, SunEdison, SunPower, SunPower answers, temperature coefficient, watts-peak

Sunrun CEO: Why Utilities Are Attacking Net Metering They have a profit opportunity when they own solar, but not with net-metered solar

“They have a profit opportunity when they own solar, but not with net-metered solar.”

Pushing back against the utilities’ attack on net metering is taking up about a third of Sunrunco-founder/co-CEO Edward Fenster’s time these days.
“With today’s… arizona public service, clean power finance, disownership, distributed generation, Edison Electric Institute, Edison Electric Institute paper, Net Metering, per capita energy consumption, pg&e, solar, SolarCity, Southern California Edison, stock price, SunEdison, SunPower, sunrun

Solaire Generation, SunEdison and Staples Announce Completion of 685 kilowatt MA Garage-top Solar Installation

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. Solaire Generation, the market leader for innovative solar parking structures and systems, recently saw its first Long Span R5 parking garage solar canopy unveiled at the global headquarters of Staples, (NASDAQ: SPLS), the world’s largest office products company. The… CEO Laurence Mackler, Solaire Generation, solar installation, Staples Announce Completion, SunEdison


April 19 (Bloomberg) — Toshiba Corp., the maker of flash- memory chips and atomic reactors, will work with a unit of MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. to build solar plants in Japan.
Toshiba and MEMC’s SunEdison LLC agreed in December to jointly develop power plants, Atsushi Ido, a spokesman… Chisaki Watanabe, clean energy, develop power plants, JAPAN, LLC agreed, solar projects, SOLAR-POWER STATIONS, SunEdison

IMS names First Solar largest 2012 PV EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) as european companies falter

the first time First Solar became the world’s largest photovoltaic (PV) EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contractor in 2012, with more than 500 megawatts (MW) of projects completed.

The figures for 2012 show an increase of 50 percent over 2011, according to anew report…

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