Hanwha Q CELLS Receives TOP BRAND PV Seal 2016 from EuPD Research in Europe, the USA and Australia

Hanwha Q CELLS ranked among top module manufacturers according to surveys by EuPD Research Surveys confirm Hanwha Q CELLS's exceptional position for the third time in a row in Europe and for the first time in the USA and in Australia

APsystems microinverter line joins Mosaic solar financing platform

APsystems microinverters have been added to the dynamic Mosaic solar financing platform, pairing two leading innovators in the global solar industry. The agreement brings APsystems advanced microinverter products to the nation's leading residential solar lending platform.

FRE plc Launches Phase 2 of Wind Turbine Project

Three 250kW turbines have been installed on sites in Aberdeen and are undergoing final testing before they begin generating power. The turbines are expected to produce around 2.1 gigawatts of electricity per year, all of which will be sold back to the national grid.

The Women Behind Solar Energy's Success

SEIA's Empowerment Series Kicks off in Washington D.C. with "Women's Empowerment: Leaders in Energy"

Construction of the largest land-based wind turbine ever built in the United States.

“Reaching New Heights” uses a combination of time-lapse footage, aerial photography and behind-the-scenes action shots to document the steps involved in building MidAmerican Energy’s first concrete wind turbine tower, located at the company’s Adams wind farm in Adams County, Iowa. At 379 feet from ground to hub, the concrete turbine is more than 100 feet taller than its neighboring turbines constructed with steel towers.

Antaisolar at the ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2016 in Thailand

Antaisolar, one of the largest photovoltaic mounting systems provider in China, made a successful appearance at this year's ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2016 in Thailand, which opened on the 1st of June.

Industry-leading experts to give keynotes at #POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe

Opening keynote session on 21st June will provide expert power industry insight

SunPower To Begin Construction on Solar Power Plant at U.S. Army Post Redstone Arsenal

Plant Expected to Generate Up to 18,000 Megawatt Hours Per Year

Interior Announces Milestone for New York Offshore Commercial Wind Energy

Environment New York praised the move as a critical step to unleashing the immense power of the winds off of New York's coast and a pivotal opportunity for New York leaders to act.

Array Technologies and BayWa r.e. Join Forces to Implement Solar Pipeline Exceeding 1 Gigawatt

Partnership aims to lower the levelized cost of electricity through solar tracking projects

Middle Schoolers Dream Big with Their Solar and Battery Powered Cars

The race, sponsored by the Energy Department, its National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, Jeffco Public Schools, and Dakota Ridge High School, is designed to boost interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.

Moving off-the-grid and into a micro-house in the Southern Adirondacks.

New York State resident Matt Holleran refuses to be one of the many Americans paying one third of their income on housing. For that reason, he's moving off-the-grid and into his very own micro-house in the Southern Adirondacks.

RCS Solar to Distribute More Brands as U.S. Solar Market Expands

By distributing more brands and products in the solar field, RCS Solar is prepared to serve a growing number of organizations that demand solar energy. RCS Solar's newsletter, which spotlights different markets in each issue, explains the growth in the U.S.

SolarCity Launches Solar Loan Program in 14 States

Now it's possible for many customers to pay less for solar than they pay for utility power and receive thousands in tax credits; Fixed payment options to start around $50/month1

Intersolar - ENERGY STORAGE IS THE BACKBONE OF NETWORKED ENERGY GENERATION

ees Europe highlights the potential of virtual power plants

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WS510 Secondary Standard

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