Instant Permitting Tool For Residential Rooftop Solar In US

US Department Of Energy Sensitizing Local Governments To Adopt SolarAPP+, An NREL Developed Tool To ‘Drastically’ Bring Down Permitting Process For Residential Solar Installations

To fast-track residential solar installation permits, the Department of Energy (DOE) of the US government has launched Solar Automated Permit Processing Plus (SolarAPP+) tool, which it believes will cut red tape and make solar power cheaper and easier for homeowners.

North America PV Snippets: WEC, GP, NREL, West Virginia

We Energies, Wisconsin Public Service & Madison Gas And Electric Eye 465 MW Solar Solar & Storage Project; GP Joule Starts Construction On 106 MW Solar Portfolio In Canada; NREL & Accela Launch SolarAPP+; West Virginia Legislature Passes Bill For Solar PPAs

465 MW solar and storage project in Wisconsin: WEC Energy Group entities, We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service (WPS), have sought approval from the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin in the US to purchase a 465 MW solar and battery storage project in the state, comprising 300 MW solar and 165 MW battery storage capacity.

NREL Claims Advancements In Colorful Perovskites Research

NREL Broadens Thermochromic Photovoltaic Research: Brings In Colorful Perovskites To Deal With Broader Range Of Temperatures; Sees its Potential To Lower Air Conditioning Use In Buildings & Vehicles

The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) says it has achieved a breakthrough in developing a next-generation thermochromic window calling it thermochromic photovoltaic using metal halide perovskites to be used for windows that can lower the.

NREL Solar Tech Finds Support In US Air Force

US Air Force Research Laboratory Backing NREL Efforts To Bring Down Manufacturing Costs Of III-V High Efficiency Solar Cells Using D-HVPE Technology; Kyma Technologies & Ceres Technologies Joins Hands Too

The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is investing in a National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) solar cell technique to help bringing down manufacturing costs of III-V high efficiency solar cells so these can be used for widespread install.

Thinner Wafers May Reduce Solar Panel Cost

MIT & NREL Researchers Claim Use Of Thinner Silicon Wafers For Solar Cells Can Deliver Significant Cost Reduction For Individual Panels; Wafer Thickness Can Come Down To 40 Or Even 15 Micrometer

The thinner the better, that’s the suggestion of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) for silicon cells that will eventually result in lower costs of solar panels.

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