A new report out today (Nov. 9) by analytics firm IHS anticipates that solar photovoltaic (PV) sales will grow strongly through the first half of 2016 growing to 65.5 gigawatts of new solar power world wide. But the incentives that have helped fuel its growth will subside in 2017, which could slow solar growth down in the second half of 2016.
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Acquisition of Alstom's renewable energy unit expands GE's global wind footprint to more than 30,000 turbines worldwide and grows European presence by 50 percent ---Company welcomes new offshore wind business and Haliade* technology into portfolio ---Deal expected to help customers by extending GE's wind services, increasing digital & analytics capabilities across the combined fleet
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Whether or not solar panels actually add value to a home had been up for debate for a long time. The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL) has dispelled this in numerous reports, previously in just California, and now in six different states. The report builds on previous research that shows an average solar array of 3.6 kilowatts added $15,000 to the price of a home.
SunPower is introducing a new line of solar panels called its Performance Series. The new solar panels are based on technology developed by Cogenra Solar, which SunPower purchased earlier in 2015.
Community Solar is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing sectors of the solar industry in the U.S. The first community solar projects were installed just a few years ago. Now a growing number of companies, utilities, organizations and governments are getting behind the idea. Today (Nov. 17) the White House made that clear with National Community Solar Summit where The White House showcased 68 partners-including cities, states and businesses-that have joined its National Community Solar Partnership.
Community Green Energy has partnered with the Green Leaf Inn of Delavan, Wisconsin to develop the first Community Virtual Solar Garden in southeast Wisconsin.
Biomass Energy Systems, Inc. Demonstration Has Major Alternative Energy Use Implications for US Military, Islands, and State of Hawaii.
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• Siemens will deliver, install and commission 12 direct driven SWT-3.2-113 for the Les Gourlous wind farm in the Champagne-Ardennes region • Contract includes 20 year full service and maintenance agreement • Project will supply green energy for approximately 35,000 households
The fifth International Training Workshop on Planning, Construction and Operation Management of Small and Medium Hydropower Stations was recently held in Changsha, the capital of central China's Hunan province. The three-week workshop concluded on 31 October 2015.
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Wall Street Journal: Many supporters say the abrupt end date of the 30% credit represents a “cliff” for the industry. Without the current incentive, they argue, installation of solar-power systems will plummet, and thousands of jobs in the industry will be lost as a result. Others, however, argue that the cliff isn’t as steep as it appears, and that solar will continue to grow even without the 30% credit—albeit not as quickly as before. Amit Ronen, director of the GW Solar Institute and a professor at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy at George Washington University, argues that the end of the 30% credit will send solar off a cliff. John Farrell, director of the Democratic Energy initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, says the impact of the tax credit is overstated and the solar market will continue to rise. Full Article:
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