Two Of The Largest Solar Energy Plants In South Africa Come Online

Two 75-megawatt (MW-DC) solar photovoltaic (PV) projects lead new energy era in South Africa

Tigo Announces New Solution for Modeling the Energy Benefits of its SMART Module Platform

Valentin Software's PV*SOL Product Now Includes Tigo Energy's Technology

First Wind Marks Start of Commercial Operations for First Solar Project

The Massachusetts-based Millbury Solar project will generate local tax revenue while producing cost-competitive clean energy for UMass and surrounding communities

Energy Ocean Conference and Exhibition to Start Next Week

The 3-day Energy Ocean Conference and Exhibition will start June 3, 2014 in Atlantic City, NJ.

Solar Energy Primed to Help U.S. Meet Future Energy Needs

This month's release of the National Climate Assessment report clearly spells out the growing dangers of climate change to the U.S. economy and the environment.

Siemens to provide eight turbines for Klixbll community wind farm in Schleswig-Holstein

Installed capacity in Klixbll rises from 15 to 39 megawatts ---- Reactive Power at No Wind to stabilize the grid

RHI upgrade makes more green heat technologies more affordable for more businesses

REA, STA and WHA welcome improvements to Renewable Heat Incentive

UK dominates Europe large scale PV activity in 2014

Government review to spark 3 GW rush

SolarCity and Groupon Offer First of Its Kind Deal on Solar Power

Deal Available in 84 Metro Areas Including Hundreds of Cities and Towns; the Largest Online Discount Available for SolarCity's Services

EU moves step closer to ending policy uncertainty for sustainable biofuels

Greek Presidency's proposed 7% cap on conventional biofuels, agreed today, will be considered by the EU Energy Council on 13th June

APS microinverter products to be distributed by Utilities Supply Corp.

APS microinverter products will be distributed by Miami-based Utilities Supply Corp., under a first-time agreement between the two companies. The partnership establishes APS microinverter products in the Florida and Caribbean markets, following recent distribution deals in Nevada and California.

Solectria Renewables' Central Inverters Compliant with NEC 2014's Arc Fault & Rapid Shutdown Req.

Solectria Renewables, LLC, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced the introduction of its new ARCCOM today. The ARCCOM is a disconnecting string combiner with integrated Arc Fault Detection and Interruption (AFDI).

Power: Nigeria to supplement gas with renewable energy

Press Statement Power: Nigeria to supplement gas with renewable energy

Strata Solar chooses Daetwyler Clean Energy's Modu-Rack™-SA system

Strata Solar chooses Daetwyler Clean Energy's Modu-Rack™-SA system for their 6.4MW installation in New Bern, Craven County, NC.

ICIS launches The Carbon Markets Almanac 2014 at Carbon Expo

Established energy market intelligence provider, ICIS, has announced the launch of The Carbon Markets Almanac 2014 at Carbon Expo in Koelnmesse, Cologne.

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