Australia Utility Ergon Energy Selects SunPower and Sunverge Energy for Residential Solar and Storage Program

This is Ergon Energy's first residential solar and storage project to be piloted in a limited release commercial offer.

SunEdison and the Rialto Unified School District to Install 8 Megawatts of Solar at 28 Campuses in California

SunEdison's Innovative Solar Canopy Technology Provides Shade and an Anticipated $30 Million in Savings Over 20 Years

Panasonic "Power Supply Container" Improves Educational Environment and Water Supply Conditions

The "Power Supply Container" is a stand-alone power package that uses Panasonic-made solar panels and storage battery units.

Forging new geothermal resources through research

U.S. Department of Energy project calls on University expertise in geologic modeling and geothermal exploration

GE's 2.75-120 Wind Turbine Scheduled to Make French Debut

Velocita Energies Selects GE Turbines to Power New Monts du Lomont Wind Farm in Franche-Comt, France ---First Project in France to Use the 2.75-120 Turbine, a Unit for Low-Wind Regions ---Installation Will Contribute to Region's Objective of Harnessing 600 Megawatts of Wind Power by 2020

Alliance BioEnergy Plus, Inc. Enters Into 56 Plant Development Agreement With Renewable Resources Development of America, LLC.

It is anticipated that the first CTS plant, under the agreement, will be located in central Georgia, breaking ground this fall and will process up to one thousand metric tons a day of agriculture and forestry waste.

"Yolks" and "shells" improve rechargeable batteries

Aluminum could give a big boost to capacity and power of lithium-ion batteries.

Genera Energy Launches Unique Biomass Crop Planning App

In a growing field of agriculture apps, Genera develops a specialized mobile app for planning, selecting and calculating biofuel crop needs for use with Android and Apple smart devices

IXYS Introduces 1.2KV X2PT IGBT E3 and SIMBUS F Power Module Series

In combination with the advanced integrated Sonic diode dies, these modules provide substantial benefits to customers.

FLS Energy Continues Expansion of Solar Energy Portfolio in North Carolina

FLS Energy Begins Construction on 33 Megawatts of Utility Scale Solar in N.C.

Pick My Solar Launches Solar QuickBid SaaS Platform

Online solar marketplace Pick My Solar expands service offering. New software integration allows homeowners to self-generate custom solar bids; solar companies have access to all-in-one bidding tool.

NABCEP Seeking Input on New PV and Solar Heating System Inspector Credentials

Inspectors are a key component in ensuring quality renewable energy installations for customers.

Adenium Energy Capital Forms Partnership With Hudson Clean Energy Partners for Japan Solar Photovoltaics Investments

Adenium and Hudson have formed the partnership to jointly capture the compelling investment opportunity presented by utility-scale solar photovoltaic projects in Japan.

Canada's Hydropower Installed Capacity Will Approach 85 Gigawatts by 2025, says GlobalData

Canada's installed hydropower capacity will increase from approximately 77.6 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to an estimated 84.8 GW by 2025 ----Hydropower capacity in Canada is expected to increase at a high rate compared to coal and nuclear capacity in terms of future power generation, says analyst

SunShare Flips the Switch on Colorado Spring's Largest Solar Garden

The 2.5 Megawatt solar garden site is producing solar energy for Manitou Springs, Colorado College, and more

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