Tag: SPI

  • AceClamp has a new racking system to show you at Solar Power International this year

    Booth 4429 This September, AceClamp will be announcing its newest solar racking system. Developed after months of research and interviews with solar installers, the end result is a patent-pending adjustable PV rack product designed for simplicity, ease of installations, and wind resistance. Originally invented for high-velocity hurricane zone (HVHZ) applications,Read More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Check out Solmetric’s new PVA-1500 PV Analyzer Kit at SPI

    The PVA-1500 PV Analyzer Kit is a 1500 volt I-V curve tracer with built-in PV performance modeling and advanced wireless irradiance, temperature and tilt sensing from Solmetric. It provides unprecedented measurement throughput and accuracy and delivers deep insight into the performance of your arrays. You can see it for yourselfRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Spin a wheel at BayWa’s booth and help give to charity at this year’s SPI

    Global renewable energy developer, service provider and wholesaler, BayWa r.e. is partnering with three national advocacy and charitable organizations on a cool booth game at this year’s Solar Power International (booth 1838). The Giving Game, as it’s being called will involve booth visitors spinning a prize wheel and voting forRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • SMA hosting utility-scale solar, storage forum during SPI 2017

    Following large-scale storage forums in San Francisco and Kassel, Germany, as well as several smaller storage events worldwide, SMA will host another forum in Las Vegas during Solar Power International. The Utility-Scale Storage & PV Forum is geared toward solar professionals focused on utility-scale storage and solar, and will highlightRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • What is next for the solar industry? Executives share their thoughts

    Get a group of solar industry leaders on a stage in 2016, and all discussions tend to veer into the existential. This is our takeaway from this year’s Solar Power International conference, which took place in Las Vegas, Sept. 12-15. Obviously everyone on those stages agreed that solar power shouldRead More — Solar Builder magazine