Hundreds of Solar Workers Flock to Washington D.C. to Oppose Proposed Tariffs

On Tuesday, Aug. 15, the International Trade Commission will hold its first hearing on Suniva's petition for tariffs and price floors, which if successful could devastate the American solar industry.

The Vienna Model of Municipal Waste Management New Presentation Added onto Energy from Waste 2017

City of Vienna provide case study insight at 10th annual EfW Summit

SunPower Unveils Silicon Valley Pilot Manufacturing Line for High Efficiency Solar Panels

World's leading solar cell technology researched, developed and tested in California

Kinematics Passes Ultra-Stringent NEXTracker Reliability Testing for Slew Drives

Kinematics Manufacturing Incorporated (KMI) first to meet NEXTracker's demanding component lifetime reliability requirements.

Mortenson to Make History with MidAmerican Energy

The Beaver Creek wind farm is expected to create 150 temporary construction jobs.

PVinsights: Two Earthquakes Hit Northwest China, No Impact on Polysilicon Production

Polysilicon prices in RMB took a breather that the surge were slowing down after a lackluster China trading and as buyers awaited for more clues on downstream demand and maintenance impact, while the price quotes in USD showed a bigger increase supported by strengthening RMB. Two earthquakes hit Sichuan and Xinjiang overnight, rumors circled in the market that the earthquake would further reduce the polysilicon production, trying to boosting the prices to another rally. However, as both of the epicenters were at least 400 km away from the closest polysilicon factories and the production has been confirmed by suppliers without any impact, the earthquake would not raise another rally in the market. In overseas market, the polysilicon prices extended its gain but capped by resilient buyers as there was no supply shortage and the utilization rates remained low.

AWEA releases map of every wind farm and factory in America

Time-lapse reveals the story of U.S. wind power growth

Good winds blowing from Brazil: Atlantic Renewable Energies is investing in the country's sustainable development

A Brazilian company in the wind power sector boasts a variety of social and environmental projects, and a business model that is both safe and profitable

DOE reports find wind energy is more affordable than ever

Burgeoning U.S. offshore market rides a wave of momentum

SolarWorld: U.S. agency report highlights imports' serious injury to domestic manufacturing industry

Despite growing domestic demand, nearly 30 U.S. factories shutter

Seaward Group USA makes a buzz at Intersolar

Electrical safety company showcases PV testing technology and new reporting tool - with exciting new utility scale device arriving in fall

Heilind Electronics to Exhibit at Solar Power International (SPI) in Las Vegas

Heilind will be showcasing a variety of components from leading manufacturers in the solar industry

Ecotech Institute Joins Professional Military Network RallyPoint

Colorado-based Ecotech Institute today announced the launch of its military-focused page on RallyPoint, the largest professional network designed specifically for veterans and active service members. Considered to be among the most military-friendly colleges, Ecotech Institute offers a variety of degree programs in the fields of clean and renewable energy.

SEIA: Trade Case Petitioners Brought Collapse of Businesses on Themselves

The comments were submitted today in response to a petition filed by Suniva and later joined by SolarWorld regarding crystalline silicon photovoltaics (CSPV), the dominant form of solar today.

GEM Energy ranked 26th among Solar Power World's Top U.S. Solar Developers of 2017

GEM Energy, of the Rudolph Libbe Group, is ranked 26th among Solar Power World's Top Solar Developers of 2017, the only Ohio-based firm to make the top developers' list.

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