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Top 20 of the Solar Power Market – Report

 

Visiongain has released Top 20 Solar Companies Report 2017. The report covers topics such as evolution of the solar power market, political and technological factors influencing the market, PEST analysis of strengths and weaknesses of the market, market leaders, etc.

The companies covered in the report include First Solar, Canadian Solar Inc., Enel Green Power, Trina Solar Limited, Kyocera Corporation, JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd., Sharp Corporation, JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd., Yingli Solar, ReneSola, etc. The report is available here.

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Dominion expands its solar for schools Program

Virginia-based Dominion is expanding its solar power infrastructure in the State by more than doubling the sites for its Dominion Solar for Schools program. The program is for K-12 students and it includes training and curriculum on electricity production from solar.

The program will select six schools/museums to receive solar installations, training, and educational materials. The last date for applications is April 28. Dominion has invested almost $1 billion in solar in Virginia. The president of the Dominion Foundation, Hunter A. Applewhite, stated “We are very pleased to build on the success of our Solar for Schools pilot.”

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Yingli Solar to Power Europe’s Largest Bifacial PV Plant

Prominent solar panel manufacturer Yingli Solar will provide 1,428 of its PANDA Bifacial modules for Europe’s largest bifacial PV plant that is being constructed by Tempress Systems B.V. part of the Amtech Group. Located in Tempress, Vaassen, Netherlands, the plant will have a capacity of 400 KW and it will generate in excess of 400 MWh. The plant construction is expected to be completed by next year’s second quarter.

Each PANDA Bifacial module has a peak power of 275 Watt to 280 Watt, and it uses the n-PERT technology developed by Yingli, ECN and Tempress Systems. The yield of the module can be increased by up to 30% compared to a monofacial standard module.