International Renewable Energy Agency estimates costs of stationary battery storage costs could drop 66 %. Globally, energy storage capacity could triple by 2030, if countries double the share of renewables in the world’s energy system.
The U.S. residential energy storage market is undergoing a transformation this year: grid-tied energy storage will overtake off-grid storage in 2017. Both homeowners and utilities are driving the revolution, each with a different set of needs.
Las Vegas is hosting again Solar Power International, the most recognized U.S. solar event. Meet Sunceco at booth 947 and explore new business opportunities.
Meet Sunceco at Intersolar North America, on July 10-13, 2017, the most attended solar and energy storage exhibitions and conferences in North America.
Jobs in the solar field in the United States grew at a rate 17 times faster than the overall economy. This was part of a larger trend towards jobs in renewable energy and away from more dangerous, less sustainable jobs in fossil fuels.
Grid Edge World forum held on June 27-29, 2017 in San Jose, CA presented latest issues and opportunities impacting tomorrow’s distributed energy system and examined the trends and innovation happening at the grid edge.
Sunceco supported Soela 2017, organized in Sisak, Croatia. The project included 5th solar cars race, conference on solar and electrical vehicles and exhibition of electrical and hybrid vehicles.
Sunceco team was part of this year’s Intersolar held in Munich from 31 May- 2 June. For Sunceco it was a great opportunity to present news from its product portfolio and to discuss possibilities for new projects.
The World’s largest floating solar power plant was just released in China. Floating solar farms are becoming increasingly popular around the world because their unique design addresses efficiency and city planning issue.
Sunceco Croatia team started with educational events for students having interest in advanced solar technologies. On 25 May Sunceco hosted a lecture for fourth-year students of University of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture.
The Solar Summit, organized by the GTM, with around 660 attendees from solar industry, took place from 16-18 May 2017 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Until the end of previous year the U.S. nearly doubled its annual record. As a result of a remarkable 2016, the U.S. is now home to more than 1.3 million solar PV installations, with a cumulative capacity of over 40 GW.
Solaire Expo Maroc trade show will be organized from 21 Feb – 23 Feb 2017 in Casablanca, Morocco. This will be an opportunity for Sunceco to present its products to African market and consider participation in big projects.
According to GTM Research and the SEIA U.S. Solar Market Insight report there have been nearly 4,2 GW of PV installed in the third quarter of the year. GTM Research forecasts the U.S. to install 14.1 GW in 2016.
The U.S.Energy Storage Summit, held in San Francisco, 7-8 Dec 2016 put emphasize on ways to further develop supportive markets for the PV technology.
Las Vegas is hosting again Solar Power International, the most recognized U.S. solar event with number of international players. Meet Sunceco at W725 and explore new business opportunities.
The official opening of the Intersolar North America Conference 2016 is comprised of welcome remarks and keynote speeches given by governmental officials and distinguished solar experts. Watch the highlights from the Opening Ceremony…
Join us on Intersolar, North America’s most attended solar energy event and premier networking platform, that takes place on July 12-14, 2016 in Moscone Center, San Francisco.
Sunceco Croatia team visited this year’s 2nd exhibition of electric and hybrid cars and 4th solar cars race, held on 10/11 June in Sisak, Croatia. As solar electric cars are still in a developing phase, the United States has the largest fleet of plug-in electric vehicles in the world.
2016 finds the U.S. solar market in a period of transition, characterized by shifts in both the drivers and geographic distribution of market demand. Researchers predict cumulative U.S. solar installations above 100 GW by 2021.