Renovate America will expand into new states in 2016, but the $1 billion of projects are all in California, spread across about 44,000 households.

Record Photovoltaic Module Production and Shipments Forecast Through the First Half of 2016, IHS Says

Due to installation deadlines, sunsetting solar tax credits and other policy dynamics of the two largest global solar markets, China and the United States

Battery and charging technology key to unlocking Turkish EV market growth

Ahead of his forthcoming chairmanship and seminar at the first CWIEME Istanbul electrical manufacturing exhibition, Professor Nejat Tuncay of Istanbul's Okan University has revealed improvements to vehicle range and battery diagnostics, as well as charging infrastructures, as the final hurdles to the proliferation of electric vehicles in Turkey.

Smart Energy for Smart Cities Technology Revenue is Expected to Reach $20.9 Billion in 2024, According to Navigant Research

Cities, utilities, and smart energy for smart cities vendors are expected to take advantage of market synergies, report finds

Say Goodbye to Solar Power Subsidies

Mark Chediak & Chris Martin for Bloomberg Businessweek:  In 2016 the U.S. will learn if renewable energy can survive without government support. The most significant tax credit for solar power will expire at the end of 2016, and the biggest one for wind already has. These federal subsidies have provided wind and solar developers with as much as $24 billion from 2008 to 2014, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. That’s led to a 12-fold increase in installed capacity over the past decade, helping lower costs at least 10 percent each year.

Combined, wind and solar still generate less than 5 percent of electricity in the U.S. The subsidy cuts come as both industries face stiffer competition from ultracheap coal and natural gas. An NYSE Bloomberg global index of solar stocks, including those of big developers SunEdison and First Solar, has fallen about 35 percent since June. A comparable wind index is down 20 percent.  Cont'd...

DC fast charger from ABB offering credit card option for 'ultimate interoperability'

Payment flexibility expanded for ABB's Terra 53, with credit card reader providing more options for site owners, facility managers, as well as complete roaming capability for electric vehicle drivers.

Registration Now Live for SMi's 3rd annual Gas to Liquids Americas Conference

SMi are thrilled to announce that registration is now live to attend the 3rd annual conference on Gas to Liquids Americas. Returning to Houston on March 9th and 10th, this conference will provide a platform of discourse for the industry to consolidate the current state of Gas to Liquids within the wider midstream agenda.

Abengoa renews its operations and maintenance agreement for the Ain Beni Mathar hybrid plant in Morocco

Abengoa has signed a five year extension to its agreement with the National Power and Drinking Water Office (ONEE). The contract is worth approximately €63 million.

Patti Engineering to Present System Integrator Success Story at the Phoenix Contact Industry and Technology Forum

Patti Engineering's Vice President of Texas Operations, Steve Palmgren P.E., and Senior Engineer, Nicholas Hitchcock P.E., to present water and wastewater project success story utilizing Phoenix Contact's high powered wireless 'Radioline' communication technology.

Fitch: US Solar Power Projects Start Solid, Face Long-Term Risks

These findings come at an important time as solar installations are proliferating.

FFP New Hydro Acquires Red River Hydro

America's largest portfolio of new hydroelectric projects on existing dams adds a new fully-licensed project to its portfolio

Turboden awarded the Velika Ciglena geothermal project from MB Holding

In September Turboden agreed on a contract with MB Holding, one of the largest Turkish Geothermal developers. The new 16.5 MWe power plant features state-of-the-art technical solutions for geothermal power plants, maximizing the project return.

Valentin Software to Launch PV*SOL premium 2016 - The Next Generation of PV Design Software

Berlin-based Valentin Software will launch the next generation of its design software PV*SOL premium at the end of this year. With significant new features, PV*SOL premium 2016 will make the process of designing a PV system even easier and faster.

NEXTracker Now Shipping 100 MW of its Advanced Solar Trackers Worldwide Each Week

Today NEXTracker, Inc. , a Flex company, marks a significant milestone: the company is now shipping 100 MW of its solar trackers per week to locations around the world. NEXTracker has over 1800 MW of advanced trackers operating or under construction with several dozen customers on five continents.

Austin Energy Goes First Solar With 119 Megawatt Solar Project

Austin Energy is quickly establishing itself as one of Texas' most forward thinking utilities and one of its most price-savvy ones, too. Earlier this month the utility announced that it's requests for proposals for solar power projects came in at record-low costs. Now it's revealing some more information about its new contracts. Today (Oct. 29) First Solar announced that it signed a 15 year power-purchase agreement with the utility for a 119 megawatt East Pecos Solar Project.

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