First Solar Reaches 5GW of O&M Assets

Intends to grow market share in EMEA region

Intersolar and ees North America Spotlight Brand New Innovations

Nominations for Intersolar AWARD Program Now Open, Applications Due March 24

Siemens to build rotor blade factory for wind turbines in Morocco

Up to 700 jobs to be created in Tangier Total investment of more than EUR 100 million Factory will serve the African, Middle Eastern and European wind markets

How to Bring Shared Renewables to Low-Moderate Income Consumers

IREC Releases New Policy Guidelines and Model Provisions

PVinsights: Sign of bear market rally on solar components

The prices of both multi-crystalline and mono-crystalline modules decline sequentially this week, while some regional module price drop is partially offset by the USD weakening. At this moment, major markets are entering traditional slow season, including China, India, and Japan. Although some Chinese solar players are still expecting the demand improvement in 2Q16, the current weakening demand forced solar panel price more clearly. Moreover, since solar demand in Japan and in India is also heading slow, this escalates the price pressure on solar panel.

Dr. Christian Kurz, Head of PV Yield Forecasts for meteocontrol, to Speak at Solar Asset Management Conference

Dr. Christian Kurz, head of PV Yield Forecasts Reports at meteocontrol GmbH, will be a keynote speaker at the Solar Asset Management North America Conference Exposition scheduled for March 16-17, 2016, at the Parc 55 Hilton Hotel in San Francisco, CA, where he will advise conference attendees on the topic ofForecasting and modeling energy production.

National Grid to Provide One-Stop Solar Shopping For Rhode Island Customers

"SolarWise Rhode Island" will simplify and speed solar energy development

SunLink and RER Energy Group Build Iowa's Largest Community Solar Project

Cedar Falls residents help finance multi MW solar project, SunLink's latest PowerCare installation

Solar photovoltaic manufacturers to invest over $5 billion in 2016 for new production capacity and technology upgrades

Capital expenditures to reach five-year high as confidence returns to solar manufacturing segment

SEPA TO BECOME THE SMART ELECTRIC POWER ALLIANCE

New name reflects growing connections between solar and other distributed resources

US Solar Market Set to Grow 119% in 2016, Installations to Reach 16 GW

Led by the utility-scale segment, GTM Research forecasts 16 gigawatts (GW) of solar will be installed in the U.S. in 2016, more than doubling the record-breaking 7.3 GW installed in 2015.

Broadwind Energy Announces $28 Million in New Tower Orders

Broadwind Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:BWEN) today announced $28 million in new tower orders from a U.S. wind turbine manufacturer. Broadwind will produce these towers in its Manitowoc, Wisconsin facility for 2016 delivery.

U.S. Battery's AGM Products Get An Updated Appearance

New labels on U.S. Battery AGM products provide more information for those looking to use these batteries for their solar or wind energy storage needs.

SunRunR Visits North Fork Middle School: Lessons in Sustainability

Middle school students learn how portable solar/wind/water generators with storage work as part of a grant awarded to teach about real-life problem solving and applications of alternative energy in powering a science classroom.

Advanced Roofing Technology, Inc. and MiaSol Enter Sales Representative Agreement

dvanced Roofing Technology, Inc. a manufacturers' representative company that offers building industry professionals-architects, engineers, managers, and owners-a distinctly different approach to material selection, and MiaSol have entered into a Sales Representative Agreement. Advanced Roofing Technology, Inc. will sell MiaSol FLEX modules in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.

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