SunEdison Announces R1.8 Billion in Funding for 60MW Boshof Solar Park

OPIC to provide US$185 million in foreign debt funding in for third South Africa project

Energy Department Invests $12 Million to Slash Red Tape and Speed Solar Deployment for Homes and Businesses

Through Rooftop Solar Challenge , Eight Teams Streamline and Standardize Solar Installation Process to Cut Costs, Save Time

CESA Awarded $1.5 million from U.S. Department of Energy to Reduce Solar Costs across New England

The award will be used to build a five-state partnership to reduce the costs of solar in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, and to create more streamlined, consistent solar application processes for the region's 13 million residents.

New Report Highlights Values of Geothermal in Today's Renewable Power Market

A Discussion of the Benefits Geothermal Power Provides to the Future U.S. Power System.

ABB wins $80 million order to power Canada's largest solar photovoltaic plant

100 megawatt utility-scale PV solar farm will be among the largest in the world

NEW BIPARTISAN LEGISLATION INTRODUCED IN SENATE WOULD SUPPORT ENERGY STORAGE ENTREPRENEURS

Senators Menendez and Toomey Announce Start-up, Jobs, and Innovation Act to Advance U.S. Small Businesses

FUEL CELL NOW OPERATING AT CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO

CSUSB and Southern California Edison will host a ribbon cutting to officially mark the fuel cell installation on Friday, Nov. 8, at 9 a.m. at the fuel cell site, which is adjacent to the CSUSB Central Plant near Parking Structure West off North Campus Circle.

Only 12% of projects are are success, why?

Advanced Project Management for the Utility and Power Generation Industry

V3Solar Produces World's First AC Generator Fueled by Sunlight

"A New Spin on Solar" creates more power in less space at less cost, while using 97% less PV and producing direct AC power (no inverter required).

New Wind Helps Power School in Nepal

New Wind Energy Solutions, LLC of Nashville, TN helps bring heat and learning to children in world's most remote corner with its wind and solar hybrid Firefly system that was recently installed weeks before the start of the new school year and before the onset of the Himalayan harsh winter season.

Tellus Power Introduces a New Electric Vehicle Charging Station Line

Tellus Power introduced several models of networked Level 2 electric car charging stations. The stations are ETL certified, offer lower cost of operation and a convenient financing model.

Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center South Begins Commercial Operation

Project Completed Early; Delivers Power under Long-term SDG&E Contract

WHITE HOUSE FEATURES ENERGY STORAGE ENTREPRENEUR AT SPECIAL EVENT

Storage Showcased in Ceremony Celebrating Clean Energy, Climate Resilience & Preparedness

Solar in Saudi Arabia: It's Just Getting Started

Saudi Arabian and leading international solar PV companies to discuss opportunities at Desert Solar Conference in Riyadh

GE Stimulates Wind Energy Growth in the UK

More than 40 Megawatts of Cleaner Energy Capacity to be Installed at Chelveston Wind Farm and Burton Wold Wind Farm Extension in Central England -----Two Wind Farms to Provide Power Equivalent to the Required Energy Needs of Approximately 30,000 Homes in the Region -----Orders Highlight GE's Presence in the United Kingdom and GE's Commitment to Wind Energy throughout the Country

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