The South Canoe wind farm (102 MW) in Nova Scotia will consist of thirty-four 3 MW ACCIONA Windpower turbines

The facility will supply electricity equivalent to the consumption of 32,000 homes and will help the province of Nova Scotia reach its renewable energy targets.

DEGER: Stability in a difficult market environment – Fraunhofer ISE confirms high efficiency level of MLD* technology

2013: World's market leader for solar tracking realizes large projects –additional yields through MLD technology scientifically proven

KYOCERA Solar Captures Sun and Creates Shade at Tucson Airport

The project converts the abundant sunshine in "The Old Pueblo" into renewable energy powering the airport's main terminal.

Declining costs of renewable energy prompts DTE Energy to lower customer bills

Reacting to the declining price of wind energy, which is now cheaper than all other forms of energy, DTE altered its surcharge in a filing with the Michigan Public Service Commission last summer.

Scottish Renewables calls for more robust mapping of wild land

Scottish Renewables, which represents more than 330 organisations working in the renewable energy industry in Scotland, has highlighted a number of points of concern including how wild land has been defined and the accuracy of those areas deemed ‘core wild land'.

Siemens signs contract for first commercial offshore wind farm in the USA

Third major energy project for Siemens from the US within one week ---- Pioneering Cape Wind project to be the first utility-scale offshore wind farm located in the US

Geothermal Energy in 2013: Expanding Global Growth

As 2013 comes to a close, U.S. companies are seeing strong geothermal growth in new places around the world.

SolarWorld commends White House, Defense for bolstering rule on U.S. military's solar purchases

New rule bars purchases of China-assembled solar panels for military sites

Solar Energy World Receives Esteemed 2013 Angie's List Super Service Award

December 23, 2013 – Elkridge, MD – Today, Solar Energy World was awarded the service industry's coveted Angie's List 2013 Super Service Award

GE Extends DLynx* Series with New Dual 12-Amp Point of Load Modules

New High Density Devices Ideal for Communications, Industrial, Medical and Military Applications ----Single Module with Dual 12-Amp Outputs Achieves Higher Density Versus Two Individual Modules

Hanwha SolarOne Announces Shareholder Resolutions Adopted at Annual General Meeting

Hanwha SolarOne Announcement Regarding Board Composition

SEIA Welcomes Canadian Solar as Newest Board Member

Canadian Solar will play a significant role on the SEIA board

PSEG Acquires Two Power Plants from Canadian Solar

New solar installations will be nestled within California's famous Shasta Mountains

AWEA statement on Senate Finance Chairman's Energy Tax Discussion Draft

Wind energy has already proven that it can deliver in these areas and it must continue to be a critical part of the U.S. energy mix.

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