Supply deal to include modules assembled in South Korea
Today with Name Change and New Identity
Project in Fayetteville, NC will have capacity of 72.9 MW AC ---- Project scheduled to be operational in early 2016 ---- Duke Energy Progress to purchase power via a 10-year PPA ---- Project brings PSI's planned capacity in North Carolina to 151.4 MW AC
As part of his administration's 2015-2016 fiscal year budget, Gov. Tom Wolf is asking the state legislature to provide $50 million to relaunch the popular Pennsylvania Sunshine Solar Program. Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), said the program will help to create new jobs and expand the use of clean, affordable solar energy across the Keystone State.
altE hosts Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting event for new headquarters in Boxborough, MA
Utah-based provider of renewable solar power changes name due to rapid growth and consumer demand for solar applications.
Energy storage technology reduces power consumption during peak periods
"Best of the Best Projects" winners for 2014, designed to identify the pinnacle of design and construction achievements in the U.S. among projects completed between June 2013 and June 2014.
Developer secures final funding for first US offshore wind farm
Dr.- Ing. Stefan Rinck is Conference General Chairman of the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition 2015 in Hamburg, Germany
Dr. Rinck: "We need to take PV to the next level in terms of cost-effective, integrated electricity supply solutions. Europe has cutting-edge R&D and we can leverage this with industry to achieve a significant future market share in PV products."
Awards recognize projects helping to spread solar across New England
Photovoltaic System Provides 75 Percent of the Winery and Restaurant's Total Energy Consumption
Further to today's Scottish Government launch of a £250,000 Geothermal Energy Challenge Fund
The Neckarsulm-based solar PV inverter specialist achieves a 17 percent market share thanks to its latest projects.
The concept was awarded an Innovation Prize at the "30th Photovoltaics Solar Energy Symposium" in Bad Staffelstein, Germany, for being one of the rare key innovations in the branch.
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