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Solar inspection platform brings ‘100% guarantee’ to US
Sinovoltaics’ services include quality assurance inspections, factory audits, ESG, and traceability audits for utility solar developers and investors.
Evolving regulations for wind turbine end-of-life
Representatives from Colorado are proposing that wind energy companies should be required to remove decommissioned wind turbines from leased land before becoming eligible for federal tax credits.
Watch an Indiana wind farm get repowered
The project involved upgrading 40 turbines, including the installation of 120 individual blades and 40 new nacelles, and bp’s capital investment was around $100 million.
Renewables are cleaning the grid. They’re also messing it up
The race to decarbonize has brought on a new problem: In the absence of clear reliability standards, inverter-based resources are, in some instances, “misbehaving” and messing up the grid.
Made in America: Nevados opens new solar tracker production line at East Texas steel plant
Priefert Steel in East Texas has begun manufacturing all-terrain solar mounting and tracking equipment for Nevados.
Meet our new content director: Paul Gerke
An introduction to Paul Gerke, the new Content Director for GridTECH Forum and Renewable Energy World.
How technology performance insurance supports the rapid advancement of climate tech
What started out in 2009 as a straightforward way to help companies de-risk their balance sheets is now a critical tool to help companies speed emerging technologies to market.
AI in clean energy: This company wants you to be able to talk with your projects
To make sense of what’s what in AI, Albert Hofeldt, the senior vice president of technology for solar and battery storage software provider Stem, joined Episode…
Nextracker announces separation from Flex, Q2 financial results
The separation from Flex is currently expected to close in fiscal Q4 ending March 31, 2024, but remains subject to a number of conditions….
Recent standards made solar projects safer. But new risks endure
If not applied correctly, some non-DC-optimized UL 3741 solutions threaten to diminish progress made to improve safety, economics, and O&M in solar. …
Inverter manufacturer launches lifecycle servicing program as regulators warn of persistent performance issues
Tigo is launching a servicing program to support developers in the field. This comes as regulators criticize ongoing industry-wide performance issues. …
Strategies to harden solar assets against hurricanes
With climate change increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme storms, owners must strengthen the resilience of their assets….
Half of US large-scale solar projects are in ‘good’ or ‘excellent’ condition in new report
While 47% of U.S. solar plants require varying degrees of service to obtain a ‘good’ or ‘excellent’ rating, less than 2% are in truly distressed condition….
Zeitview acquires Heliolytics, expanding aerial solar inspections
Previously a division of NovaSource Power Services, Heliolytics brings a suite of solar inspection diagnostic and analytic capabilities to further Zeitview’s …
The importance of wind turbine nacelle design and turbine protection heading into 2024
An important consideration for engineers when designing ever taller wind turbines is reducing, where possible, the size of installations inside the wind turbine…
Gulf offshore wind dud, Google’s solar AI, and Las Vegas Sphere goes green — This Week in Cleantech
The new “This Week in Cleantech” podcast breaks down the biggest stories in cleantech and climate in 15 minutes or less….