Monthly Archives: May 2014

Last week ended with a solar “boom”, as President Obama stood on a Wal Mart stage in Mountain View, CA, reaffirming his commitment in the solar industry.  After panels were added to the White House, along with rumored Power-One solar inverters, the President announced $2 billion in energy updates for federal buildings over the next three […]

What was inevitable when ABB acquired Power-One’s Renewable Energy Business last year is finally taking shape now.  In May, like right now, the Power-One brand – the second largest inverter company in the world – will now carry the ABB nameplate.  Click here to read the ABB press release. At the end of the day, […]

We have received a few questions lately about the increasing prices of solar modules, and what specifically about the “tariff” is causing it.  I decided to take a couple minutes to talk through it, which may be worthwhile to sum to gain a basic understanding of what is currently going on in the module marketplace. […]

The tentative release date is early June for the upcoming MICRO-0.3HV-I-OUTD-US-208/240, and the demand is already very strong and seems to be getting stronger by the day. Judging from the samples that have already hit the market, along with the performance results seen from a site in Hawaii, these Micros are going to be the […]