Monthly Archives: September 2015

Construction start for Navy on-site PV plant

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A 30 MW AC on-site solar generation facility is being developed at the US Naval Submarine Base (SUBASE) Kings Bay, located near St. Marys, Georgia in the USA. The fourth large-scale solar project with the military started by Georgia Power this year – three other 30 MW facilities are currently under construction at U.S. Army bases Fort Gordon, Continue Reading...

SolarWorld and Enphase to Develop Integrated AC Modules

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SolarWorld and Enphase Energy have agreed to jointly develop a new generation of AC solar modules for the worldwide market. The companies will collaborate on development, commercialization, and marketing of an AC module that will integrate SolarWorld’s high-performance Sunmodule solar panels with Enphase’s leading microinverter technology. Enphase is SolarWorld’s exclusive supplier of microinverter systems for the manufacturer’s custom-engineered solar Continue Reading...

Minnesota Power Announces Plans for Community Solar Garden Program

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Minnesota Power has filed plans with state regulators to create a community solar garden program, giving its customers the opportunity to go solar without installing their own arrays. The Duluth, Minn.-based utility hopes to have the program generating power by late 2016. The utility’s plans include two sites – a 40-kW array in Duluth and a 1-MW array on Continue Reading...