Solar

Melissa HancockAugust 6, 2018
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4min1053

Jim Fusaro, CEO, and Cesar Alberte, VP International, of Array Technologies, talk to Melissa Hancock about the firm’s global expansion plans  New Mexico-based Array Technologies has supplied more than 20,000 solar trackers since its formation in 1989. Today, it is playing a crucial role in expanding into and leading markets around the world in the transition to solar …

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2min1250

Planning approval has been granted for Australia’s largest ever solar farm  The Rodds Bay project will be located near the coast in Queensland and have a capacity of 300 megawatts (MW). This is enough to power around 88,000 households, according to energy developers Renew Estate. Construction will take place later this year and it is …

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2min1751

India has imposed a 25 percent safeguard duty on solar cell imports for a year to July 29, 2019, a government order published on Monday said, as the country tries to protect the domestic solar industry. The safeguard duty will not be imposed on imports from developing countries except China and Malaysia, according to the …

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3min1248

A new network of clean energy hubs are planned in the UK to further research and innovation Three ‘Supergen’ centres covering bioenergy, offshore renewables, and energy networks are being launched with £5 million each of government funding. It’s expected that new hubs will involve researchers taken from 19 universities, along with 70 partners from outside …

Morgan EldredJuly 17, 2018
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5min1726

Artificial intelligence in renewables is driving autonomous micro-grids Artificial intelligence (AI) overall and within the renewable sector has been a hot topic for some time now. It is not a new concept. In 1950, the British mathematician and computer pioneer Alan Turing declared that one day a machine would be able to duplicate human intelligence …


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