Schneider Electric provides electrical balance of systems for 48 MW of solar power plants in Thailand in 5 different locations

The Solar Business of Schneider Electric, a global leader in solutions for the solar power conversion chain recently distinguished as one of the Top 3 Most Competitively Positioned PV Inverter Companies by GTM Research, has been selected by Soleq Pte Ltd for 5 PV Power plants in Thailand amounting to 48 MW.

BP Begins Preliminary Heating at Whiting Crude Oil Unit; Restart on Track for June, Genscape Says

Genscape's Proprietary Monitoring Technology Offers Transparency into Whiting Refinery Modernization Project Impacting Price of Canadian Crude

NAVITASMAX Selected to Showcase Technology at Leading Energy Storage Conference

NAVITASMAX to be featured at ESA California Event May 20-22

Can Solar Thermal Training Be Sexy? Solar Energy International (SEI) Expands Solar Heating Training

SEI Launches New Online Solar Heating Course - SHOL101: Solar Heating Fundamentals

Baker Electric, Inc. Launches its 75th Anniversary with Setenta y Cinco de Mayo Event

Baker Electric, Inc. launched its yearlong 75-year anniversary commemoration with a festive company Setenta y Cinco de Mayo Happy Hour celebration on May 3, 2013.

IKEA Plugs-in Solar Panels at Boston-Area Store in Stoughton, MA

Company Surpasses 85% Solar Presence on Its U.S. Locations

Bosch Introduces Power Max

First sub-$450 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station---- Industry breakthrough Power Max combines fast 240V charging with increased affordability

SolarCity, Forest City Team to Install Solar on up to 6,500 Homes in Project at Navy, Marine Corps Bases in Hawai'i

Primarily Financed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Latest SolarStrong Project expected to be SolarCity's Largest to Date and will Significantly Reduce State's Oil Consumption

City of Sacramento and SolarCity Announce Completion of Solar Projects at Two City Water Treatment Plants

City's drinking water will now be delivered with clean, renewable energy

NextEra Energy Resources Selects GE's New 1.7-100 Brilliant Wind Turbine for Michigan Wind Farm

First Order for GE's New 1.7-100 Wind Turbine---- New Turbine Has a 6 Percent Increase in Power---- Expands Range, Performance of GE's 1.5-Megawatt and 1.6-Megawatt Wind Turbines

Gamesa Unveils G114-2.5 MW Turbine at AWEA

Newest model is remarkably reliable, delivers consistently high availability, ensures reduced O&M costs.

Dyesol Achieves Technical Breakthrough In Solid-State DSC

The breakthrough comes as the technology transitions from liquid-based to solid-state systems to meet the demands of product life and mass manufacture.

Admirals Bank Contributes to Great Success of Solarize Connecticut Initiative

This initiative resulted in solar panels being installed in over 100 Durham, CT homes, producing over 1.017 million watts of clean energy.

Ecotech Institute's Clean Jobs Index Shows the U.S. Had Nearly 750,000 Clean Job Openings in First Quarter of 2013

National Findings include Growth in the Solar Industry, along with an Increase in Alternative Fueling Stations and LEED Certifications

Solectria Renewables Expands Manufacturing and Customer Service Support for the Ontario Solar Market

The Ontario market now has access to full line of inverters.

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