Mortenson Construction Completes Two Dot Wind Farm in Montana

The Two Dot wind farm is the fifth wind facility the renewable energy contractor has built in the state to date and its 135th wind project constructed since 1995.

DIY Projects for Alternative Energy Savings

The average U.S. household spends about $5,500 a year on energy. By using less energy, we not only save money, but we also save precious natural resources and cut down on pollution.

SolarCity: How the Silveo Acquisition Fits In to the Big Picture

Solar City, a company started by two brothers in 2006, has now become America's largest solar services provider. It plans to expand its business by acquiring the solar panel manufacturer Silveo.

Mounting Frameless Thin-Film Modules on Solar Trackers

Overall, frameless thin-film modules look to be an important element for solar projects in the United States moving forward.

Large Scale Energy Storage

The industry already recognizes the need to upgrade the grid; energy storage just happens to be the common thread to all upgrade plans.

China Might Be Winning The Race To Reduce Solar Costs

Command economies may be terrible at some things but when the rapid marshalling of resources is needed to solve a problem they can be very good at doing whatever it takes.

Wind Power Service Market to Almost Double by 2020: Make

The market for servicing wind turbines will almost double by 2020 as capacity grows, the Danish advisory firm Make Consulting said.   Annual revenues from monitoring and repairing wind turbines may surge to more than $13 billion in 2020 from $7.1 billion last year, Aarhus, Denmark-based Make said today in a report. It projected that 300 gigawatts of capacity will be installed through 2020, doubling current generating capacity and boosting the needs for maintenance.   Turbine manufacturers including Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWS) and Gamesa Corp. (GAM) Tecnologica SA are ramping up efforts to secure service contracts, which Vestas says yield higher margins than turbine sales and increase profitability. More than half of servicing worldwide is carried out by turbine manufacturers, Aaron Barr, a consultant at Make in Boston said in an e-mail.   Manufacturers “are attracted to the services market due to reliable and repeatable high margin revenue, primarily due to the growing fleet of serviceable wind turbines,” Barr said. “This focus is reinforced by uncertainty on new turbine sales orders and technical competitive advantages” that they have over independent service providers and the utilities that own the wind farms.

Masdar and Larsen & Toubro to discuss Middle East solar opportunities in webinar

CSP Today's complimentary webinar will identify the key markets in the Middle East for Indian companies to expand their business in.

Ballard Signs Fuel Cell Licensing & Engineering Services Agreement With M-Field in Europe

Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement for the sub-license of intellectual property (IP) to M-Field Energy Corporation ("M-Field"), a sustainable energy company, for material handling systems to be deployed in Europe.

The GRC Awards - Seeking the Best in Global Geothermal - Deadline for Nominations is Today

The 33rd Annual Award winners will be announced at the GRC Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon, USA.

REC Solar and KIUC Break Ground on 12 MW Anahola Solar Array

Commercial solar installer begins construction on one of Hawaii's largest solar projects

Siemens Extends US Product Offering with 215 and 250 Watt AC Solar Microinverters

This easier installation also allows for savings in labor and materials costs and increases safety during the installation of the solar system.

First Solar Set to Build Largest PV Solar Power Plant in Latin America

141MW Luz del Norte project supports Chilean renewable energy goal

SolarWorld: China's cyber-espionage affords dual unfair edges in trade struggles

Four out of five targeted U.S. companies and a union were challenging Chinese trade practices

Resource efficiency, system integration and stable policies are challenges ahead for the bioenergy sector.

Technology no longer a barrier.

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