Geothermal Resources Council Announces Yellowstone Workshop

The GRC Workshop will visit Yellowstone National Park, the greatest concentration of geothermal features on the planet.

‘Give us certainty to ensure growth', offshore wind leaders tell conference

Conference dominated by talk of the future

College Students Organize First National "Solar Education Week"

Student Groups Promote Investment in Solar to complement Fossil Fuel Divestment

Clenergy earns PVP365's New Edge PV Enterprise award

PVP365, China's professional platform for solar industry news, recently honored Clenergy with its annual New Edge PV Enterprise award in recognition of its remarkable market performance in the Chinese PV industry.

Rotational Solar Tracker

Introducing a technology for rotational tracking that allows arrays to more effectively avoid shading.

GEM Energy names business development representative for NW Ohio and SE Michigan

Joe Gajdostik, of Temperance, Michigan, has accepted the position of business development representative in GEM Energy's HVAC service division. GEM Energy has offices in Walbridge, Cleveland and Lima, Ohio; and Plymouth, Michigan.

The Shift Toward a Decentralized, Distributed Electric Grid Is Already Underway

Steve Propper, GTM Research's director of grid edge analysis, describes the pathways to grid edge evolution.

Wind power auction draws limited interest

Boston Globe:  Are falling energy prices and the collapse of the Cape Wind project undermining other offshore wind projects?   A federal government auction of four leases to build wind farms off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard drew little interest, selling for a fraction of what previous auctions raised recently.   Just two of 12 qualified bidders participated in the auction Thursday by the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to sell wind development rights for a 1,161-square-mile swath of ocean about 14 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard. Two of the four leases did not receive any bids.   One of the winning bidders, the renewable energy company RES Americas, paid $281,285 to lease 187,523 acres, while the second, New Jersey-based MW Offshore LLC, paid $166,886 for 166,886 acres.   That works out to just $1.50 and $1 per acre, respectively, for each lease.   In contrast, Deepwater Wind New England LLC paid about $23 an acre in 2013 with its winning bid of $3.8 million for a nearby stretch of ocean closer to Rhode Island. The federal ocean energy bureau has also sold offshore leases off the coasts of Virginia and Maryland.   Despite the poor showing, officials noted the new leases would nearly double the amount of acreage the bureau has leased for offshore wind power through competitive sales.  

NEW SAN DIEGO HIGH-RISE HAS TALLEST SOLAR SYSTEM IN U.S.

Research shows it is the tallest electric solar system of its kind in the US.

Canadian Solar Provides an Update on its Late-Stage Solar Project Pipeline

The Company has continued to make progress in expanding its pipeline in several geographies, including Japan, the UK and China.

Siva Power Secures Series D Funding & Expert Advisor; Moves Forward with Plans to Build World's Most Advanced, Cost-competitive Solar Manufacturing Plant

$10M raised to begin building key component of its production technology

Geothermal Power a Leader in Permanent Job Creation

- Speakers Announced for State of the Geothermal Industry Briefing 2015

AEG Power Solutions Improves Solar Plant Reliability with PV Care Check

Expert support for solar power generation plants ----Improves reliability and efficiency ----Comprehensive package of checks and tests

Dividend Solar Joins Climate Bonds Initiative as First Partner Focused Exclusively on the U.S. Distributed Solar Market

Leading Solar Loan Provider Pioneers Expansion of Climate Bonds Market into U.S. Distributed Solar Industry Partnership Opens Door for Large Scale Sustainability ----Investments into Residential Solar

Latin America's Solar Market Grew 370% in 2014, Installed 625MW

GTM Research's newest report says the regional market will more than triple again in 2015.

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