Tag: RBI Solar

  • MEI Renewables pairs with Vintage Wine Estates for new solar and storage project

    MEI Renewables has begun phase 2 of a contract with Vintage Wine Estates to build a new solar and storage system at their Ray’s Station facility in Hopland, California. The Ray’s Station facility is the largest winery in Mendocino County, California in terms of production volume. “Vintage Wine Estates isRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Solar + Storage Project of the Year 2020: Amesbury Landfill

    Amesbury, Mass. | 4.5 MW solar, 3.8 MWh storage Developer: Kearsarge Energy, LP Contractor: CS Energy Modules: Hanwha Group Inverters: Sungrow Storage: NEC Mounting: RBI Solar The 2020 Solar + Storage Project of the Year, as voted on by the readers of Solar Builder, is the Amesbury Landfill Project inRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • RBI Solar’s new Sunflower II solar tracker has industry-leading grade tolerance

    RBI Solar is officially launching the Sunflower II this week, its new single-axis tracker for the commercial and utility solar industries. With over 600 MW of single-axis trackers deployed across the United States since entering the tracker market in 2018, RBI Solar has established itself as a top manufacturer ofRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • C&I Buyer’s Guide 2020: Ground-mounts, rooftop racks, clamps and carports

    The commercial and industrial (C&I) solar segment continues to lag behind its potential, but it’s not for lack of structural systems. From lightweight rooftop innovations to cost-effective carports to classic fixed-tilt ground mounts, there is a mounting and racking solution to fit any C&I site. C&I rooftop solar systems SunModo’sRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Seven solar tracker system tweaks and new tech to know in 2020

    Sunfolding’s pneumatics One unique tracker design on display at Intersolar 2020 back in February was the bellow-actuated Sunfolding single axis tracker. The bellow, manufactured with a DuPont polymer, uses no motors to actuate the table, and relies on off-the-shelf pneumatics to inflate the bellow. The company recently upgraded its initialRead More — Solar Builder magazine