For Solar Educators & Trainers: Photovoltaic Labs Best Practices Document Latest in Series

These documents give educators the right tools to develop and implement quality training programs and prepare students with indispensable skills to enter the solar workforce.

KYOCERA Solar Modules Prove Long-Term Reliability in Colorado Mountains

KYOCERA modules continue performing efficiently after 10 to 22 years in the field

SolarWorld extends all-American solar financing program to six more states

FreedomTM Plan, only all-American solar financing program, now available not only in California but also in Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts and New Jersey

DuPont and GD Solar Sign Strategic Cooperation Agreement

Collaboration to Advance Photovoltaic Technology, Improve Solar Power Output, Quality and Reliability

Alternative Energy Systems Consulting to Provide Specialized Energy Engineering Services to the Southern California Regional Energy Network

AESC will provide energy efficiency solutions in the Southern California Edison and SoCalGas territories

Matrix Energy partners in 12 kW hybrid solar project

Matrix Energy Inc announces it has designed and supplied a 12 kWp Off-Grid PV system for integration into an existing diesel generator power system for SÉPAQ on Anticosti Island in the Gulf of St-Lawrence.

Beaumont Solar CEO Cavallo Speaks at Governor Patrick's Energy Celebration

Beaumont Solar CEO Phil Cavallo tapped for a key speech at Gov. Patrick's "5 Years Green Celebration" recently. As owner of one of the fast-growing solar engineering and installation companies in the Northeast, Cavallo illustrated the importance of solar energy to the economy and environment.

Johnson Controls and Ygrene Energy Fund Sign Nation's Largest PACE Energy Upgrade Project

$3.16 million energy retrofit expected to reduce annual utility costs by $140,000 with no upfront investment

TÜV SÜD: Thresher test for PV modules enhances investment security

TÜV SÜD's Thresher Test provides robust information on the safety and power-output performance of PV modules in the long term. The first certificates were issued to three leading Chinese solar module manufacturers.

Registration Opens for GRC Annual Meeting & GEA Geothermal Energy Expo

Special Deals for Early Birds and Students

US wind installations sink to zero in Q2

US wind growth has ground to a halt this year, with no new installations completed in the second quarter of 2013, figures from the American Wind Energy Association show. The new figures are even worse than Q1's 1.6MW of new installations, effectively just one GE 1.6MW turbine. The next slackest period for wind power in the States was the first quarter of 2010, with 541MW of completed installations. The figure for the final quarter of 2012 was 8,380MW. In its report, the AWEA accepted that the wind power industry ‘slowed dramatically’ in the first half of 2013, and it cited the late extension of the production tax credit (PTC) and ‘historic levels’ of installation at the end of 2012 as reasons. But it insisted that activity was ‘picking up’ in the industry, listing as evidence more than 3,950MW of long-term power purchase agreements signed, and more than 1,300MW of self-builds announced, by utilities since January. There was 1,280MW of wind power under construction across eight US states as of June 30.  

Offshore Wind Alliances Give Certainty to Funders

Developers of offshore wind parks find it difficult to give approval for the execution of their projects on balance sheet at Final Investment Decision [FID] unless there is a pre-agreed refinance structure for the project with acceptable interim risk.

Bye Bye FIT - Hello Self-Consumption

With an incentive programme now in place, the German PV industry looks to promote self-consumption, but what do installers and adopters need to know?

A Distributed Solar Utility

Unlike a traditional, large thermal power plant, where hundreds of megawatts or even gigawatts are generated in a single geographic location, our solar facilities will be distributed all across the country and eventually, around the world.

MicroPower Ready To Realise The Potential Of Thermoelectrics For Waste Heat Recovery

Thermoelectrics is a means of utilising thermal energy by converting it to electrical energy so that, when there is a heat differential between the opposing sides of certain semiconductor materials, the difference in temperatures causes the electrons in the material to move, creating an electric current.

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