DOE study Confirms Vast Untapped Energy and Jobs Potential for Distributed Wind Energy Systems

Today the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL), under the direction and funding of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), released a first ever technical and economic analysis of distributed wind power's potential in the U.S. Distributed wind typically means smaller wind turbines installed at homes, farms, businesses, and public facilities where they serve to reduce consumer's electric bills. The key finding in the new study is that distributed wind could be installed at millions of locations nationwide and has the technical potential to power the entire U.S. electrical system.

SunTegra Teams Up With Brookside Development To Offer "Solar Roofs" in Connecticut

First Installation Receives "The Best Green Energy Efficient Home" Award in the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Connecticut's 2016 Home Building Industry Awards

Stem Becomes First Energy Storage Provider to Meet Crucial Reliability and Performance Requirements for Southern California Edison

Achieves numerous industry firsts based on diversity of systems, customers, and experience deploying and controlling systems.

Waste-to-Energy market continues strong growth

Throughout the world, about 128 new plants will be commissioned in 2015 and 2016. Most of this increase will happen in Asia, which is becoming ever more important as a market region. However, the European market also shows some signs of revival.

EnergySage Launches First-Ever Community Solar Marketplace

New marketplace dramatically simplifies the process of finding, evaluating and connecting with local community solar providers

Meet Decision Makers at India's Newest Renewable Energy Event

Renewable Energy World India, Conference & Exhibition, 17-19 May 2017, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India, www.renewableenergyworldindia.com

FUGRO'S CABLE LAY SPREAD COMPLETES PHASE 1 AT RAMPION OFFSHORE WIND FARM

Fugro has completed phase one of cable laying operations on schedule at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, as the programme takes a break over winter.

Industry to label itself as 'Net Zero Plus'

Renewable energy industry group adopts new focus for marketing.

Natural Power expands renewable heat team

Renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, has appointed Guy Milligan as Senior Renewable Heat Engineer. Guy joins the business from a developer and operator of biomass district heating networks in Aberdeenshire.

Steven R. Mann elected President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Global Clean Energy Inc.

Mr. Mann stated in his direction for the company "It is imperative that we remain laser focused on our core mission, which is based on converting waste to high value products. With the extensive knowledge of our founders, who designed and built pyrolysis technology for the Canadian government to convert waste to fuel, it is my intention to build on that knowledge base to successfully develop waste to fuel projects starting with our first Tires to Fuel and Carbon Black project in Illinois currently under review by funding entities. Other potential projects under this umbrella will include alternative fuels including algae. Although the fuel price recession of the last few years has delayed our first project we remain optimistic that fuel prices have stabilized and funding groups are now expressing interest again in our Tires to Fuel and Carbon Black project."

Tidal demonstrator to be built by HydroQuest and the CMN group

Implemented with support from the University of Caen Normandie, this project involves installing an ocean-based 1 MW hydrokinetic tidal turbine at the Paimpol-Brhat site, as part of an agreement with EDF, from the second half of 2017.

GLOBAL CLEAN ENERGY, INC. : Quarterly Report Update

Business Management Discussion and Company Update : Overriding Corporate Strategy GCE has reinvented itself many times to take advantage of the marketplace and its' many changes in the world of clean energy and alternative fuel sources. It has always been the philosophy of the Board to never risk the company by doing a deal which could in fact harm the company. Many public companies since 2008 have risked the shareholders and are no longer in the marketplace, GCE is and continues to strive to put together a business model which will provide profits and not risk the loyalty that our shareholders have provided. With that in mind the 3rd Quarter has prepared the company for future project development, cash flow, profit and most importantly stock value. The following information highlights those corporate actions aimed at accomplishing those goals.

Solar Certification Fund: 8th call launched

Fosters quality assurance for tomorrow's Solar Thermal technology!

Solar reverses amid strong dollar and demand concern

Due to the recent turmoil on foreign exchange market, strong dollar has dragged down overall solar panel prices to decline this week. In China, although the demand seems solid, the attempts to raise the price quotes only have limited success. Such demand improvement is not strong enough for PV developers to accept the price hike that have many solar module makers to suffer with eroded margins. Moreover, due to the RMB depreciation, the slight price improvement in RMB term has been hindered in USD terms. Meanwhile, the strengthened greenback has also suppressed solar panel prices in Japan as Yen weakens. Solar panel prices in EU have plateaued in euro, but reflect a price drop in USD term. On the other hand, the persistent pressure continues to build on the solar panel prices in the US, following the rising speculation of stagnate US demand and the uncertain atmosphere around the Presidential Election. Consequently, overall solar panel prices perform a drop this week.

Solar Industry Applauds Baker Administration's Commitment to Solar in the Commonwealth

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