Crowdfunding Renewable Energy on Kickstarter

Limitless clean renewable energy - Crowd Energy will be launching a first of its kind Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign in March 2014 to fund the construction and development of the Ocean Energy Turbine.

First PPA Signed for Utility-Scale Solar PV Plant in Jordan

In December 2013, Phoenix Solar and Mustakbal Clean Tech signed an agreement for the contract of a 1MW PV plant for the Ma'an Development Company. This is the first-utility-scale project confirmed to go ahead in the country.

St. Thomas University celebrates completion of major solar energy project in Haiti

The projects were completed in December, 2013, and are now providing free, sustainable electricity to an area with no roads, little water, and no public electricity.

Canadian Solar Announces the Sale its Fourth Utility Scale Solar Power Plant in Ontario to a Fund Managed by BlackRock

The fourth utility-scale solar power plant purchased by BlackRock is located in the Township of Oro-Medonte and is scheduled to start construction in the first quarter of 2014

FROM WINTER STORMS TO SUMMER HURRICANES –

CONNECTABLES SOLAR CHARGING STATIONS OFFER BACKUP POWER FOR UNIVERSITIES, OFFICE PARKS, MALLS, AND MORE

SEIA Applauds Legislation Offered by Colorado, Nevada Senators

Their bipartisan legislation would allow America's solar energy companies to make full and effective use of the Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

U.S.-China Trade Dispute Threatens Solar Growth

Their bipartisan legislation would allow America's solar energy companies to make full and effective use of the Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

Urgent action needed to rescue 10% renewable transport target, REA warns Government

New stats reveal sustainable biofuels slash GHG emissions by 66%, but industry flat lining due to policy instability

In Austin, Energy Secretary Moniz Announces New ARPA-E Solar Projects

$30 Million "FOCUS" Program Supports 12 Projects that Develop Cost-Effective Solar Energy

Primus Green Energy Patent Application for Gas-to-Liquids Technology Allowed by USPTO

Patent secures IP around STG+, company's novel single-loop, thermochemical liquid fuel synthesis process

Global Wind Turbine Towers Market to Keep Growing, Despite Poor Grid Infrastructure, says GlobalData

Wind turbine towers market value to climb from $12.1 billion in 2013 to $19.3 billion by 2020 -----With poor infrastructure, existing grids need urgent modifications to accommodate specific characteristics of wind power, says analyst

Fort Carson Chooses Solectria Renewables Inverters to Power 1.43MW Installation

The system will produce 2,195,000 kWh annually.

Valentin Software Launches Simulation Programme with New Features for Designing Solar Power Plants of up to Two Megawatts

For the first time, the software can also simulate the influence of any power optimiser chosen.

SPG Solar Connects Customers to the Installation with TurboSite on iPad

SPG Solar designs, engineers, installs, and maintains commercial solar projects and markets solar tracking technology. To give customers a "you are there" understanding of an installation, SPG Solar now uses TurboSite on iPad.

FRONIUS USA ANNOUNCES TRAINING DATES FOR FRONIUS SERVICE PROVIDER PROGRAM

The Fronius USA Service Provider training program is a valuable and informative training platform. Experiencing the Fronius Service Provider Program trainings is necessary to perform field service work on Fronius PV system inverters. After participating and completion of the Fronius Service Provider product trainings, installers are also able to buy inverter replacement service components and PC boards for minimal cost and optimal efficiency, limiting customer system downtime. The dates for the first quarter of training in the USA are listed below:

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