Global Wind And Solar Costs To Fall Even Faster, While Coal Fades Even In China And India

This year's forecast from BNEF sees solar energy costs dropping a further 66% by 2040, and onshore wind by 47%, with renewables undercutting the majority of existing fossil power stations by 2030

Energy storage and renewables beyond wind, hydro, solar make up 4% of U.S. power capacity

California leads the United States in capacity of several categories: hydroelectric pumped storage, geothermal, landfill gas, and batteries. Florida leads the country in capacity of municipal solid waste and other waste biomass generators.

Clean-technology Incubator Program Expands Focus Beyond Commercial Buildings

The Innovation Incubator (IN2) is now a $30 million program supporting a technology incubator and provides a platform to support early-stage clean tech startup companies to overcome market gaps by providing access to both technical assistance and project support funding.

Target's Latest Solar Installations

In states like California and Massachusetts at least half of all Target stores there will have solar panels by the end of 2017. In California, 150 of our 287 stores will have solar installations by the end of the year.

How Virtual Power Purchase Agreements (VPPAs) are Solving the Corporate Energy "Trilemma"

In a VPPA, the electricity that's produced is sold into the local grid while the corporate offtaker receives credit for the renewable energy to address the emissions from the electricity consumption from traditional sources.

Solar PV Quality Issues and Standardization in Pakistan

Recently Pakistan Engineering Council has passed resolution in its AGM for approval of Renewable Energy category in PEC license and it is a great contribution from PEC but Government has to regulate this sector and make active National Accreditation Council Pakistan and PSQCA for imposition of solar standards and certifications in Pakistan to bring quality in this sector.

Sustainable Energy Companies in the US Are Leading the Way to a Clean Energy Future

Large commercial and industrial companies are uniquely positioned to invest in renewable energy projects, and tend to have the most to gain from them.

Connecting Wind Power with Sensor-2-Server Communication Solutions

S2S is intelligent communication that begins at the sensor level and targets servers for specific reasons. These servers could include anything from a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) data server that collects and monitors through the SCADA system or a Big Data engine.

5 Common Solar Sales Mistakes Dealers Should Avoid

Developing an effective solar sales strategy can be challenging: when you're facing tough competitors in a crowded market, dealing with varying customer needs and values, and finding creative ways to offer value, it's easy to overlook the basics.

Lincoln International's Solar Energy Stock Index: Q1 2017

Solar Energy Index Underperforms S&P in Q1 2017

The Growing Importance of Global-scale Renewable Energy

IEC provides a framework to test and certify renewable energy technology.

Solar Energy DealReader: Q4 2016

Consolidation amongst producers as well as private equity and private investment in solar largely drove demand for solar deals.

Automation in the Energy Industry

Automation should be the prologue to a discussion whenever a new process is introduced, not a postscript. This fundamental shift in thinking is critical to maximize any automation strategy.

The Economics of Small Commercial Solar Projects

Solar projects can be a great investment for many businesses and offer a solid ROI, but it takes time and energy to put together a project that works for all the interested parties-the customer, the bank, and the installer.

The Global Corporate Demand for Renewable Energy

We spoke with Tom Lindberg and Stein Amble Haugan, Managing Director and Key Account Manager of ECOHZ, who attended the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi 17-18 January 2017.

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