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Thursday, February 4, 2010

PV analysts: Cautious optimism for 2010 - Photovoltaics World

300 homes per megawatt

from enXco press release:
Desert Claim, which becomes the fourth wind farm approved in Kittitas County, will have a capacity of 95 turbines across 5,200 acres. The wind farm will have a capacity of 190 megawatts, enough power for 57,000 homes.
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ArcStar Energy

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

FW: Balance of systems: The next step to grid parity

Monty Bannerman
ArcStar Energy

From: PV World's PV Times []
Sent: Thursday, January 28, 2010 4:38 PM
Subject: Balance of systems: The next step to grid parity

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PV Times Newsletter | January 28

Balance of systems: The next step to grid parity
Reducing balance-of-system (BOS) costs is a largely untapped opportunity to improve the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) for solar installations -- and one area in particular could make the biggest difference, explains Ted Sullivan from Lux Research.
Commonwealth Club panel: Solar power challenges in CA
An evening panel discussion at a Jan. 12 Commonwealth Club event in San Francisco sought to find answers to barriers still facing California as it struggles to source a significant portion of its electricity from renewable energy.
Suntech plants first US flag in AZ
Suntech Power Holdings has narrowed its planned first US manufacturing plant in Arizona to the town of Goodyear. The site will start with 30MW of initial production capacity, eventually ramping to >120MW.
Confluence plant puts TN in solar spotlight
Confluence Solar's decision to build a $200M manufacturing plant in Tennessee is the third major solar power manufacturing investment in the state, and puts it in the forefront of the burgeoning silicon-based solar power industry.
Analyst: 2009 was actually good for PV installs, module shipments
Despite an overall tough year for solar photovoltaics (and most other industries), new installations and shipments of PV modules actually "grew substantially" in 2009, thanks in part to a rush ahead of anticipated tariff adjustments in Germany, according to a recent analysis from IMS Research.
Aussie's Origin JV seeks PV solar help from Micron
Origin Energy Ltd. and Micron Technology have formed a 50/50 joint venture targeting photovoltaic technology, a combination presumably aimed to help the Australian energy company achieve new levels of high-volume manufacturing efficiencies.
Study: Improved device efficiency trump manufacturing costs
A survey of PV researchers and manufacturers conducted by Keithley Instruments shows a global industrywide focus on improving device efficiencies as the top development priority, weighed as substantially more important than reducing manufacturing costs.
Sixtron touts ARCs to prevent mc-Si cell degradation
The "Silexium" antireflective coatings outperform traditional silane-based SiNx coatings in limiting light-induced degradation (LID), which can reduce module efficiencies in the field by up to 5%, according to the company.
SVTC: Five solar customers moving out of design phase
Each of its customers has produced both planar and 3D cell designs in SVTC's facilities, aided by the group's know-how in semiconductor and MEMS devices.
Avancis touts NREL-tested "record" efficiency for CIS modules
German thin-film solar PV developer Avancis says tests with the US' National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) show its 30x30cm encapsulated CIS solar modules achieve 15.1% aperture-area efficiency.




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