Unveiling the Magic of a Sunrise: Captivating Scenes from Dawn

Hello, fellow sun enthusiasts. Today, I’m excited to present a roundup of the latest happenings in the solar industry, in particular about solar companies who are making significant strides. There’s a lot to cover, so let’s dive right in!

To kick things off, let’s talk about the bold move by GameChange. This solar company is stepping up its game with plans to expand U.S manufacturing of solar tracking to a staggering 35 GW. What does this mean? Essentially, its solar tracker systems, integral components for manoeuvring solar panels for maximum sun exposure, will now contain 70% domestic content, with the potential to elevate this to over 85%. This move isn’t just a milestone for GameChange. It’s also a win for all the solar companies, and by extension, individuals interested in installing solar panels for their home. The increase in local manufacturing may lead to more efficient production and potentially better pricing in the long run.

Next, let’s shine a light on Ascend Elements. This innovative company has just raised an additional $162 million to fund its Kentucky battery recycling facility known as Apex 1. This facility stands as the first in North America to recycle cathode precursor and active cathode materials for electric vehicle battery use. The solar industry’s success doesn’t only depend on the production and utilization of solar panels, but also focuses on sustainability. Thus, Ascend Elements’ Apex 1 is a vital player in the solar ecosystem.

Now, let’s shift gears to discuss Rheem’s residential heat pump. This heat pump, despite not being entirely solar-powered, is a significant research subject for solar companies. The unit, which uses R-410a refrigerant, features an impressive range of specifications, from a size perspective and power and cooling capacity standpoint. It marries convenience and power, two features homeowners look for when considering solar array for home setups.

Last but not least, there’s an initiative that I’d highly encourage us all to engage in: the Solar + Farms survey. Developed jointly by the Solar and Storage Industries Institute and other associations, this survey hopes to gauge sentiments surrounding the development of agrivoltaic projects. I’d love to invite all readers of this blog to participate. This is a great chance to make your voice heard by solar companies and impact the landscape of solar adoption.

In summary, it’s an exciting time to be part of the solar industry or merely a homeowner considering solar panels for your home. As solar companies innovate, and more individuals adopt solar, the promise of a sustainable, renewable future shines brighter than ever. Stay tuned to this blog for more updates, advice, and insights into solar technology. Let’s harness the sun’s power together.

Original Articlehttps://pv-magazine-usa.com/2024/02/22/sunrise-brief-2/

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