Hawaii lawmakers voted 74-2 to pass the nation's first 100% renewable energy requirement. Blue Planet Foundation praised the measure, which makes Hawaii a global leader in energy policy by requiring that 100% of the islands' electricity be generated from renewable energy resources--such as wind, solar, and geothermal--no later than 2045.
Germany will add 2,071 Megawatts in annual offshore wind turbine installations in 2015, making it the world's leading market ----Meanwhile, UK additions will remain relatively steady, but the country will slip to third in rankings behind China, says report
The NY-Sun Initiative is a $1 billion investment to significantly expand deployment of solar capacity throughout the state while transforming New York's solar industry to a sustainable, subsidy-free sector over time.
Policy Forum Provides Update on Latest Advancements
Net Metering Cap Increase is a Key Priority for Keeping Solar Working for Massachusetts
Utility Solar Continues to Drive Market Growth Across the United States
"As California continues its international leadership on one of the greatest challenges of our time, the American Wind Energy Association applauds Gov. Brown and Sen. De Leon for taking this bold and necessary step to cut carbon pollution."
GoGreenSolar.com now sells solar components to U.S. Government through GSAAdvantage.
The decision last year to prematurely end the access to the Renewable Obligations scheme spurred more than 1.6 GW of new projects last quarter
EPIA calls for free and fair trade between Europe and China
"As an industry, we are completely committed to hiring more veterans"
Recent 65MW supply agreement follows 270MW deal with Velocita in 2014
James D. Steffes, CEO of Circular Energy, today included his signature on a letter by SEIA to Congress concerning extending the 30% Investment Tax Credit (ITC).
Ministry of Energy encouraging microgrid development in Japan, with $21 million funding for independent demonstration projects ---- Reduced approval time for renewable projects will help Japan's renewable energy capacity to almost double between 2014 and 2025, says analyst
Resch said that it took 40 years for the U.S. to install its first 20 GW of solar, but the nation will add another 20 GW by the end of 2016.
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