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ByPV-MagazineMAY 5, 2021 Image:NREL The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Underwriters Laboratories, a U.S. nonprofit standards development organization, to develop and commercialize Solar Automated Permit Processing Plus (SolarAPP+) software. The software automates the permitting process for residential solar systems. The use of SolarAPP+ so far has enabled U.S. local governments
By PV-TECHApril 28, 2021 FTC Solars Voyager tracker system. Image: FTC Solar. FTC Solar has downgraded the pricing of its initial public offering (IPO) and will list at a price of US$13 per share, rather than initial target range of US$18 C 20. FTC last week confirmed in a revised S-1 filing its intent to offer up to 21.3 million shares of common stock at between US$18 C 20, aiming to raise as much as US$423.6 million in a listing that would value the company at
By Power Engineering International-April 23, 2021 Saudi Arabia-based energy company ACWA Power has signed a deal with multiple international investors for the provision of funds to implement what is claimed to be the largest private-sector solar energy project in Egypt. As a result of the signed financing package, ACWA Power will receive $114 million from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the OPEC Fund for International Development (the OPEC F
By PV-Magazine-APRIL 22, 2021 Image: Engie EPS French energy company Engie has sold its 60.5% stake in Italy-based storage specialist Engie EPS to Taiwan's largest cement company, Taiwan Cement Corporation (TCC), for around 132 million. The sale of Engie's stake in Engie EPS SA is part of the group's strategy to simplify its business and focus on its core activities, stated Engie CEO Catherine MacGregor. Announced in September, the new strategy is aimed at focusing
By PV-Magazine,APRIL 17, 2021 Image: teamtechnik It was only in the middle of the last decade, but it might have been an age ago. Touring the premises of leading production equipment suppliers in Europe, decked out in high-visibility vests and safety equipment, there were multiple production slots of hulking tools in various stages of construction. The reason? Demand for precision and reliable manufacturing equipment from Asian solar cell and module makers were seein