Wallowa Resources Slashes Energy Costs with Biomass Heating System, Recognized for Leadership

New biomass heating system reduces the organization's energy costs by $40,000 per year

Much Energy Above the Treetops

Inland sites can offer sufficient wind yield for wind-farm operation. Initial results obtained from a TV SD test wind mast show that wind yield depends on the specific location.

Sustainability for the PV Industry: Field Service

By examining the differences in cost of service and downtime between three types of PV systems, we have demonstrated that the lowest TCO, and thus lowest LCOE, can be achieved by utilizing a field-serviceable string inverter.

Solar Power and the Future Energy Mix

In the near future, as solar becomes even more efficient and cost effective, it will play a larger role in industry and energy production. Plants that primarily burn natural gas for fuel, for example, will increasingly use solar to supplement the process to increase the efficiency of power generation.

The Key To Residential Solar Power Is Now Marketing

The potential for solar power is now enormous. The economics are attractive; the appeal is proven; the code has been cracked. With proper marketing, the future of solar power is very bright indeed.

From Selenium to Silicon and Beyond

The 60th Anniversary of the First Practical Solar Cell

Technology Increasing Wind Industry Competitiveness

The benefits of a centralized database and platform for managing data extend beyond the scope of one software product.

Unbiased, Comprehensive Solar Module Rating System

Although we have over 12, 000 PV modules in the database today, we are always searching for new modules. Manufacturers and consumers can contact us if they have modules that are not listed.

Solar Power is Growing at a Rate Faster than Silicon Valley

Already in the lead as the fastest-growing clean and renewable energy source in America, solar power is growing to account for 29% of new American electricity, trailing just behind natural gas at 46%.

PURE Energies Infographic Highlights Water Usage by Power Plants

The PURE Energies #WorldWaterDay infographic compares different energy generation methods and how much water each of them consumes.

Fronius Takes Further Steps Towards Achieving 24 Hours of Sun

Fronius International GmbH is demonstrating how they are taking further steps towards achieving 24 hours of sun at the Intersolar 2014 trade show in Munich.

Vivint Solar Expands New Jersey Presence Into Sayreville, Mount Laurel And Toms River

Second Largest U.S. Solar Installer to Open Three More Regional Offices in the Garden State, Hire Over 200 Employees to Offer Homeowners Lower Cost Energy

A 175% Increase in Target Capacity? What the Draft IRP Means for CSP South Africa

The latest update to the draft IRP 2010-2030 Update Report 2013 advocated increasing the CSP cap from the current allocation of 1,200 MW to 3,300 MW by 2030.

UK Showcases Low Carbon Know How in Canadian Market

British companies recognize opportunities in North America clean tech and sustainability sector

ReneSola Comments on U.S. Department of Commerce Anti-dumping Investigation on Certain Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Products from China

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