The "I LIKE SOLAR" initiative centers around solar energy's widespread popular appeal
13 GW of new PV capacity to be installed over next five years
Principal Solar High-Value Acquisition Strategy: Offers Solar Owners and Developers Exceptional Upside, Easier Transactions with Complete Capital Structure
Developers of shovel-ready or operating solar utility projects align with PSI
"This program is a unique way to move the U.S. and our allies toward increased energy independence—and support technologies that will help our Sailors and Marines, on the seas and in the field."
The project objective is to develop an EV battery that can act as a structural component of the vehicle, supporting structural loads and absorbing impact energy during collisions.
University of California Riverside First to Purchase CarrierClass Green Infrastructure's New ConnecTablesTM Solar Charging Stations
Lufthansa's Testing Supported by the European Commission
GRUPO CLAVIJO PRESENTS ITS TRACKERS AND STRUCTURES IN THE MEXICAN INTERNATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY CONGRESS
With this third edition in the reference event for the solar energy sector in this country, Solar Greenpower Mexico has become a meeting point for companies, institutions and associations.
The University of Utah is the first university in the country to sponsor a community solar program. The program offers U community members the opportunity to purchase discounted rooftop solar panels and installation for their homes.
Technological and market forces have converged to make energy storage one of the most exciting — and potentially game-changing — opportunities for commercial and industrial facility managers, grid operators, homeowners and investors. Forward-thinking utilities, battery suppliers, power inverter producers, system integrators and public-sector supporters are driving a massive expansion of energy storage solutions aimed at enabling the grid of the future — or even a grid-less future. Although the energy storage value chain includes hundreds — if not thousands — of players, the following are leading the charge. Full Article: Here are 11 innovative companies giving energy storage a jolt: 1. Aquion Energy: A cleaner chemistry 2. General Electric: A storage giant awakens 3. Green Charge Networks: Power efficiency 4. LG Chem: Leading lithium-ion battery maker 5. NEC Corporation: Global grid-scale storage 6. NRG Energy: From V2G to 'post-grid future' 7. Princeton Power: Grid-tied storage 8. Solar Grid Storage: A match made in the heavens 9 and 10. SolarCity and Tesla: A dynamic duo 11. Sonnenbatterie: From Europe with love
Web-Based PV Monitoring Platform Affirms Position as World's Largest Inverter Portal
AREI will host the 11th annual AREDAY Summit this Aug. 10-13 at the Hotel Jerome in Aspen, Colo. With a theme of "Accelerating Solutions for the Great Transition," the 2014 Summit welcomes 39th U.S. President Jimmy Carter, who has remained a pioneer in solar power advocacy since his time in office.
The installation of this project will start by middle of 2014.
Under Governor Cuomo's NY-Sun Initiative, Companies Continue Successful Sustainable Business Practice
InterGen Announces Agreement with IEnova for the Purchase of 50 Percent of the First Phase of the Energía Sierra Juarez Wind Project
Located in the Municipality of Tecate, Baja California, Mexico, the first phase of Energía Sierra Juarez is an approximately USD $300 million, 155 megawatt ("MW") wind generation project consisting of 47, 3.3 MW Vestas turbines.
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.