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.
2015 Utility Solar Conference, being held on April 28th and 29th in San Diego, CA.
American Made Wind Turbines Built in Kansas and Iowa Also Named As Part of "Deal of the Year"
"Unfortunately, the report looks at the solar Investment Tax Credit in a vacuum, without any consideration given to the 100-year history of preferential tax treatment enjoyed by fossil fuels," Resch said.
Cuyahoga County's New Clean Energy Finance Hub Expands Reach of Emerald Cities Collaborative's Equity & Sustainability Mission
The Clean Energy Financing Hub grew out of ECC's work in facilitating $1.9 million in financing for its RENEW (Retrofits for Energy Efficiency Works) Cuyahoga Program in the City of Seven Hills.
GE Energy Financial Services Invests in Green Power Investment Corp's Solar Project in Futtsu City, Japan
The Futtsu solar plant is currently under construction and is expected to reach commercial operations in January 2016.
Today's grid is ancient, aging ungracefully and facing enormous challenges in the future - from meeting America's day-to-day electricity needs to national security threats.
Vikram Solar already distributes its product in 32 countries and this collaboration represents a further expansion of its network of partners.
Advanced Energy's 1000NX Inverter is Ideal for Optimizing Costs and Maximizing Energy Production on Large Utility-Scale Projects
Osnabrück. The manufacturer-independent service provider seebaWIND Service GmbH replaced a gearbox using a tried and tested special construction in only three days. seebaWIND specialists replaced the gearbox of a Senvion MM92 wind turbine for the first time at the Waldhausen wind farm near Würzburg. It was the first gearbox change on this turbine type and was carried out by a manufacturer-independent service company.
Red Herring Europe announced Ecoppia as a winner in the Top 100 list.
Schneider Electric™ Solar Business, a global leader in solutions for the solar power conversion chain, has been awarded a 50 MW contract for a solar project in eastern US.
Apple just agreed to back two large solar farms in China. It’s the biggest deal of its kind for a U.S. company operating in China. For China, the deal is only a beginning.
China has been installing more renewable-power capacity than fossil fuels for several years, a gap that's growing. In 2015, China will install 15 gigawatts to 18 gw of solar power alone, double the solar deployment in the U.S., according to an analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).
The chart shows how, in the next 15 years, China is on track to have more low-carbon electricity than the entire capacity of the U.S. power grid. "Think of what their grid will look like in 2030," Michael Liebreich, founder of BNEF, said at the organization's annual summit last week in New York. "A very competitive advantage."
For Apple, the 40-megawatt partnership extends Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook's solar aspirations beyond U.S. borders. Cook announced an $850 million deal in February to purchase enough solar to power all its California operations: stores, offices, headquarters, and a data center. By making a similar push in China, the tech giant begins to offset its considerable manufacturing pollution, which is almost entirely overseas.
Many U.S. tech giants—not just Apple—have been criticized for outsourcing their pollution, says Justin Wu, head of Asia research for BNEF. Apple is "hitting back at that whole line of arguments," he says. "This is the beginning of something. Manufacturing in China is going to get greened."
In Europe, there was no sign of the demand recovery as the weak EUR against the USD continuously weakened the procurement plans of European module buyers who become more and more conservative. In China, the market situation sustained dull and might pass through May. To conclude, global module demand was depressed this week, and overall module prices maintained bearish.
Schneider Electric™ Solar Business, a global leader in solutions for the solar power conversion chain, is pleased to contribute significantly to the development of solar in the UK by connecting more than 300 MW to the grid in end of March, on top of the 200 MW already in operation.
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