ROCKLIN, Calif.—SMA inverters have recently been installed to help power up 3 MW of solar in Mexico as part of a rebuild for the Aura Solar I project in La Paz, Baja California Sur.
Aura Solar I is a 30 MW solar plant developed by Gauss Energia, a leading developer in Mexico. It is currently the largest solar plant in Mexico, delivering solar power directly to a local utility.
After suffering damage from a hurricane, a significant portion of Aura Solar I was out of commission. When the time came to rebuild the 3 MW section of the project that had been destroyed, Gauss Energía selected SMA inverters. The Aura facility has been delivering power to the grid since last [...]
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, one of the most destructive hurricanes in recent history, SMA America has reached out to utility customers in the affected areas to offer support and provide free inspections of SMA Sunny Central utility family inverters.
In October, Hurricane Matthew wreaked havoc across the Southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean with flooding, record-breaking wind speeds and torrential rain. It severely damaged homes, businesses and utilities, resulting in widespread power outages.
Some of those affected by the hurricane are SMA customers in the region who rely on solar as a source of power, and many experienced severe damage to their [...]
Two of the hottest global markets for fuel cell growth are the United States and Korea, a trend amplified by today’s announcement that six powerplants from Doosan Fuel Cell (Doosan), headquartered in Connecticut, have gone live at the Korean South East Power Co. Ltd (KOSEP) facility in Ansan, a suburb of the capital city of Seoul. The half-dozen Doosan PureCell Model 400 fuel cells are providing 2.6 megawatts of clean energy and heat to the local electric grid and KOSEP customers.
Ansan is the second Doosan-KOSEP partnership; seven PureCell systems were installed in 2013 at the KOSEP plant in Bundang, a Seoul suburb.
“Doosan’s fuel cells are leading the industry in [...]
Canadian Solar Inc. (the “Company”, or “Canadian Solar”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world’s largest solar power companies, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., completed the sale of two 10 MW AC solar power plants, DiscoveryLight and FotoLight, to Renewable Energy Trust Ontario Holdings, INC/ULC (RET), at a valuation comparable to other recent project sales completed by Canadian Solar on a per megawatt basis in the Ontario market. These two plants use Canadian Solar’sCS6X-305P modules, and are part of a sales agreement whereby Canadian Solar will sell a total of three utility-scale solar power plants from [...]