DTE Energy, City of Detroit partner to convert blighted land into solar array and neighborhood park

- This will be one of the largest urban solar power arrays in U.S. and will generate more than $1 million in tax revenue for the City. - Community will receive newly designed park, additional recreation space and energy audits as part of the deal.

Industry Leaders in Solar Renewable Energy Launch CenterStar Energy

Experienced solar renewable energy group launches CenterStar Energy Services LLC, filling a critical need for one of the world's fastest growing industries.

140-year-old horse racetrack uses solar to cash in on green energy

Historic Dresden Raceway rents out stable roofs for 250 kilowatt solar array

Toledo Zoo solar array featured at Ohio EPA's Ohio Brownfield Conference 2016

The Toledo Zoo solar array will be featured at the Ohio EPA's Ohio Brownfield Conference 2016 on April 6 and 7, with speakers from GEM Energy, of the Rudolph Libbe Group; TTL Associates, Inc.; and the city of Toledo.

Solar Frontier Americas Enters Into 150 MW Solar Module Supply Agreement With Cypress Creek Renewables

Solar Frontier Americas entered into a 150 MW module supply agreement with Cypress Creek Renewables to supply their portfolio of projects located in various states including Indiana, South & North Carolina, Montana and Texas. The projects range from 2-10 MW and will be installed throughout 2016.

Baker Electric Solar Honored with SunPower's 2015 "Residential National Top Producer of the Year" Award

Baker Electric Solar, a San Diego-based solar company and SunPower® Elite Dealer, today announced it has received the SunPower "Residential National Top Producer of the Year" award for its outstanding sales performance as a SunPower dealer in 2015.

Yaskawa - Solectria Solar Inverters Power the 1MW Goodyear Rubber Manufacturing Facility

Yaskawa - Solectria Solar, the leading U.S. commercial PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that its three-phase, transformerless PVI 28TL inverters were installed at the Goodyear Rubber Manufacturing Facility in Rancho Cucamonga, California. The 1MW solar array is comprised of over 3,000 solar modules powered by 33 Solectria PVI 28TL inverters and cover the main manufacturing plant and five parking canopies. The Goodyear Rubber Rancho Cucamonga facility was built in 1961 and the Company is an offshoot of the original Goodyear Rubber Company established in 1872.

Bi-Partisan Support Driving Solar Energy Development

Each political party strives to differentiate itself in terms of platform and policy. Liberals tend to emphasize environmental aspects of solar and renewable energy, while conservatives like to encourage market forces for job creation and consumer choice. Both of these are great reasons to support solar, and that is why we see an opportunity for bipartisan support of this technology.

T. Werk introduces new elevation system for flat roofs

Neu-Ulm, 29. March 2016. Aerodynamically optimised, non-penetrative, and installed in no time at all - the Neu-Ulm-based T. Werk GmbH is launching its new TRITON elevation system in May.

UK RENEWABLES INDUSTRY FACES UP TO BREXIT 'PARADOX'

Regulations could be loosened but incentives to develop a low carbon economy lost, say experts

ReneSola Connects Four Utility Scale Projects to UK Grid

Powered by ReneSola's Virtus II modules, the four projects are located in Barnstable, Derbyshire, Northamptonshire and Notthinghamshire. All of these projects are qualified under the 1.3 Renewable Obligations Certificate (ROC) program.

WINAICO achieves class A for Brazil's INMETRO certification

WINAICO's high efficiency WST-260P6 polycrystalline module achieves class A for INMETRO certification, paving the way to the emerging Brazilian solar market.

Natural Power expands asset management

Renewable energy consultancy, Natural Power, has appointed Euan Fenelon as Director of Asset Management; and Kevin Quinn as Head of Site Management.

First Installation Completed with Solar FlexRack's New Ballasted Solution

FlexRack Series B Cast in Place, Installed By Turning Mill Energy

Why Power Markets Tilt Toward Renewables Even With Cheap Oil

Anna Hirtenstein for Bloomberg Business:  If you’re a power plant developer, chances are you’ll be selling renewables in a developing nation in the decades ahead -- even with fossil fuel prices bumping along historic lows. That’s been the conclusion for some time of the International Energy Agency and independent researchers such as Bloomberg New Energy Finance. A report out Thursday from the United Nations Environment Program using BNEF data gives more statistical backing for the trends. For the first time in 2015, more investment went into renewables than fossil fuels, and most of the money went to emerging markets. BNEF is hosting a conference in New York starting April 4 to bring together executives and bankers attempting to generate value from the boom. Here are six charts from the UNEP report showing why cheap oil and natural gas aren’t about to slow the rise of wind and solar.

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