Real Goods Solar Selected by St. Albans Solar Partners to Deploy 2.2 MW Solar Farm, the Largest Solar Power System in Vermont

Solar Farm to Offset More Than 123 Million Pounds of CO2 Emissions Over 20 Years

Canada will Remain Below World Growth in Most Renewable Energies

Latest data from the IEA predict that Canada will lag most other nations in its growth of electricity from renewable energy sources.

PVinsights : Despite cell and module price drop, upstream solar component pricing is still on the rise

Chinese polysilicon players continue pushing up their prices this week in expectation of an overall polysilicon price level increase when the Chinese government announces the ruling of its polysilicon antidumping case.

PV developer and Investor joint-ventures: A strategy for commercial success in Chile

Recently Mainstream Renewable Power announced a joint venture with Actis Investment meaning its financing needs for a large pipeline of projects will now be assured.

OneRoof Energy® Partners With One Block Off the Grid Expanding the Market of Affordable Solar Financing Options

Popularity of Third-Party Owned Solar Rapidly Expanding as Price of Electricity Continues to Rise

UNH Installs Solar Air Heating to Further Advance Energy and Climate Commitments

With the help of a $59,750 grant from the NH Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the University of New Hampshire has installed a solar air heating system on the south penthouse of the Kingsbury Hall building. The remainder of the innovative project is being funded by energy savings from previous energy projects on campus.

New Solar Energy Incentives for Commercial Buildings in Connecticut

The state of Connecticut has recently created a new incentive program to assist business owners design and install solar panels on their buildings. Ross Solar Group is working with the state of CT to offer creative financing solution on a state wide basis.

CODA Energy Takes the Next Step in Grid Storage

CODA Energy designs and builds scalable energy storage solutions that support a smarter, cleaner and more reliable grid.

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find Wind and Solar Power Have Greatest Health and Climate Benefits in Eastern States

Wind and solar achieve greater health and climate benefits in Ohio, West Virginia and western Pennsylvania because in those locations they replace electricity generated by coal plants, the researchers report.

The Caribbean Island Of Aruba To Run Solely On Sustainable Energy By 2020

The island's constant supply of sun, eastern trade winds and ocean currents allow for research and field-testing of renewable energy technologies.

Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Storage - Global Strategic Business Report 2013-2018

- Smart Grids to Drive Demand

Intersolar North America Conference Offers Valuable Insight from Experts Across Solar Supply Chain

Intersolar North America's conference program tackles financing, technology and market trends

Obama Calls for More Solar, Renewables as Part of New Climate Action Plan

Obama laid out a clean energy and technology-based plan to address the issues.

fronius solar.web FROM FRONIUS USA MAXIMIZES PV SYSTEM UPTIME THROUGH DATA GENERATION, INSTANT COMMUNICATION

Fronius Solar.web lets users monitor, compare and analyze data generated by any Fronius solar inverter with an electronic datalogger, so adjustments can be made before they affect PV system energy yield.

STANDEX-MEDER ELECTRONICS ANNOUNCES SX41 SERIES PLANAR TRANSFORMERS

New series offers high performance in compact package for power conversion applications

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