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Hoymiles’ Three-Phase Solar Microinverter Enters North American Market

Solar Industry

Hoymiles has announced the North American launch of its three-phase microinverter, the HMT-2000-4T-208-NA series. This new microinverter is purpose-built to meet the demands of high-powered PV modules and deliver strong performance, cost-effectiveness and safety for commercial and industrial PV applications across North America.

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Electrical distributor EIS to acquire Power Grid Supply

Smart Energy International

EIS, a distributor of electrical process materials and components in North America, announced the successful acquisition of Power Grid Supply (PGS), a supplier of transformer parts and components for the production, repair, and remanufacturing of transformers.

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SolarEdge Announces California Installation of Ground-Mount 330 kW Inverter 

Solar Industry

Designed to manage and distribute electrical power over long distances and to reduce BoS costs, SunRenu says the project is expected to produce approximately 1,575,000 kWh annually.

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Smith College, MA embarks on $220-million geothermal project

ThinkGeoEnergy

A series of wells at a depth of 800 feet (~243 meters) will be drilled and connected in a closed loop. The project is divided into three phases, and work on the first phase has already started on the buildings in the North Campus near Henshaw Avenue. This is expected to be completed by spring or summer next year.

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Angeles Link – a proposed hydrogen hub for California’s LA Basin

Smart Energy International

The initiative, the largest to date in the US, is envisaged as delivering more renewable energies into the region and supporting decarbonisation of the power sector, industry, heavy-duty transport and other hard to electrify sectors of the local economy, a statement reads. Have you read? Sign up to our newsletter and stay informed.

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Battery-integrated chargers offer a cure for America’s weak electric infrastructure

Charged

Q&A with Alex Urist, Vice President of XCharge North America Battery storage, once considered a nifty additional feature for large-scale charging infrastructure projects, is steadily becoming de rigueur for public and commercial charging deployments of all sizes. A battery-buffered system is just taking energy from the grid.

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Emporia’s energy management system prepares for the bidirectional EV charging future

Charged

Total control of power usage: from solar to EV and back to the house. Once an EV can double as a stationary storage device, it will take its place as part of an energy ecosystem that includes rooftop solar and energy management—and could even become a source of revenue for owners and a valuable grid-balancing resource for utilities.