Fred. Olsen Renewables' Rothes II Wind Farm operational

Fred. Olsen Renewables (FOR) have confirmed today that Rothes II Wind Farm has commenced operation in August, providing an installed operational capacity of 41.4 MW, and equivalent to generating enough electricity to power over 20,500 homes.

Vishay Intertechnology Supplies Components for Winning Project in Belgium's Solar Olympics for Secondary Schools

The competition challenged student teams with designing a gadget or race cart powered by solar energy.

GE Installs 500th Wind Turbine in Brazil

1.6-Megawatt Wind Turbine at DESA's Eurus Project in Rio Grande do Norte Marks 500th GE Wind Turbine Installation in Country---- GE Recognized as Number One Installer of Wind Turbines in Brazil in 2012 with 435 Megawatts---- Represents Rapid Growth of Wind Energy in the Country

GE Expands Brazil Wind Turbine Production Facility

Săo Paulo Facility Expansion to Add 35 Skilled Jobs---- Expansion an Investment for the Wind Industry in Brazil---- New Facility to Produce Machine Heads for GE 1.7-100 and 1.85-82.5 Wind Turbines

NATIONAL GRID CUSTOMERS REALIZE ENERGY EFFICIENCY BENEFITS

2012 Energy Efficiency Report Reveals Significant Savings and Environmental Benefits for Massachusetts Electric and Gas Customers

IES appoints West Coast VP to bring new cutting-edge smart energy management solutions to North America

Todd Lukesh is spearheading the launch of IES' new smart energy management consulting services

Resource Furniture Transforms Six Solar Decathlon Homes

The popular distributor of efficient and space saving furniture sponsors collegiate teams

Celestica's Solar Lab Receives Approval from TÜV Rheinland PTL

Celestica's solar lab is a state-of-the-art facility, with experience in product testing and analysis

Kyocera Solar Seeks Partners for PV Project Development

Kyocera Solar, Inc. is now in the PV project development business, and actively seeking partners to acquire and/or co-develop projects.

Solar Energy International (SEI) Announces Candidate Application Deadlines for 2013/2014 Solar Professionals Certificate Program

SEI's Solar Professionals Certificate Program is the solar industry's most rigorous technical training program for people wishing to enter the highly competitive solar PV industry.

New project to harness energy of NYC's East River

- University of Minnesota and Verdant Power to lead new effort that advances research, innovation and training -

Research Finds New Opportunities from Waste Heat

UH Physicists Find a Compound to More Efficiently Convert Waste Heat to Electrical Power

Proterra Announces the Largest-Ever U.S. Order of Altoona-Tested Electric Buses

Current Proterra customer Foothill Transit to buy 12 new buses to fully electrify a major route

IREC Applauds Hawaiian Utility for Easing Access to Solar Power

Since 2010, IREC has been collaborating extensively with Hawaiian utilities and stakeholders on interconnection reform.

President Obama shows interest in fuel cell stack from PowerCell

Cleantech in focus during state visit to Sweden

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