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Joanna Schroeder

  • BioEnergyBytesDFIMPCO Automotive, a subsidiary of Fuel Systems Solutions, Inc., has received ship to commerce approval from General Motors to release completed model year 2014 2500 GM Crew Cab Bi-Fuel Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel systems for shipment. IMPCO also obtained certification by the California Air Resources Board and Environmental Protective Agency for its bi-fuel systems installed in the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and GMC Sierra 2500HD pickup trucks.
  • Canadian Solar has completed construction on two utility-scale solar power projects in North Carolina with a third expected to be completed in mid-July. The projects, Lenoir 1, Lenoir 2 and Wilson 1, total 18 MW and are part of a 15-project portfolio totaling 85 MW being jointly developed with Strata Solar.
  • Register now for the ACORE U.S. Military & Renewable Energy Industry Forum to be held in Washington, D.C. on July 18, 2013. The event will include discussions with military and industry leaders, as the military services and renewable energy industry continue to strategize ways to address the challenges that remain for renewable energy in military operations, transportation and at bases.
  • Solectria Renewables has introduced the PVI 14TL and PVI 20TL, three-phase transformerless, 600 VDC inverter. The inverters are designed to maximize return on investment through their lightweight design, high efficiencies, easy installation, dual MPPT zones and wide MPPT range.
  • ET Solar Group Corp is supplying 10.8MW photovoltaic modules to Ormat Technologies, for their first photovoltaic power plant in California. The PV plant is located near Ormat’s geothermal power plant in Imperial Valley.
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