Solar Energy Training Expands to Central America and Mexico

Solar Energy International, a leading U.S. renewable energy educational organization announces 50 people from Central America and Mexico who will participate in the La Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Américas (APSA).

Delaware City Expected to Save Close to $1 Million on Energy Costs with SolarCity

City will pay less for solar electricity than it pays for utility bills.

Heraeus Exhibits New SOL9600 Series at Intersolar Europe 2012 in Munich, Germany

Industry Leader Exhibits New Generation of Higher-Efficiency Front-side Silver Pastes with wider processing window

CSUN to introduce new module to the European market at Intersolar Europe

China Sunergy (CSUN) will showcase its latest innovations at this year's Intersolar in Munich from 19th to 21st of June.

USA: Conergy enables cost savings for high schools through installation of PV systems

PV solution provider builds 1.2 MW grid-parity plants for public schools in New Mexico

Sun Invention presents Product Innovation at the Intersolar Europe 2013

PV Module Plug & Save Light+ equipped with a plug ist he highlight of the common exhibition stand shared with ALGATEC Solar AG (A2.154) ----- Press conference on June 20th at 11.45 am (room MEW02), under the motto "New Products. New Partners. New Customers."

Renewable Energy: World Invests $244 billion in 2012

Geographic Shift to Developing Countries

Renusol sets new record in PV mounting test

Renusol assembles modules in record time

2012 CLEAN ENERGY CHALLENGE FINALIST SINODE SYSTEMS TAKES $100,000 NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY TITLE

Second Consecutive Clean Energy Challenge Finalist Wins National Competition

SolarWorld urges industry to respond to reports of rising solar-panel defect rates

Company issues call in light of recent article in The New York Times

Ask Bill Clinton: How Can We Encourage Homeowners to Adopt Solar Energy?

David Crane, CEO and president, NRG Energy (NRG) “With the cost of solar panels now just 10 percent of what they were five years ago, how do we streamline the local approval process and reduce the friction costs so that U.S. homeowners can realize the solar value of their property while paying less for their electricity?” We need to develop in every state a network of cooperation in which contractors, utilities, building and home owners, tenants, and government agencies understand the shared benefits of solar energy and work together to accelerate its deployment. Our outdated energy grid’s outages cost the U.S. economy $25 billion or more every year, according to a recent Morgan Stanley study using Department of Energy data. Recent extreme weather events have had devastating effects on our aging infrastructure and make a stronger case than ever to build a more resilient and reliable energy system. Distributed solar energy will help us to build that resilience and reliability, both for the nation and for individual owners of homes and buildings. Full Article:

State legislatures support renewables, defending standards against rollback and expanding incentives

RPS laws stand up to challenges across the U.S. this session

IEEE PVSC Honors Dr. Keith Emery with Prestigious William R. Cherry Award

NREL engineer to be recognized at 39th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference in Tampa

Surge in hunt for finance in Chile means inverter selection is critical criteria

With over 10 projects securing PPAs or in advanced planning for the spotmarket, financiers are critically assessing the viability of projects against each other based on module but also inverter choice.

Econic offers latest free Ground Energy webinar

Leading UK heat pump specialist Econic is holding a free webinar, taking place on Monday June 24. Led by Econic's managing director, Rob Gardiner, it aims to give a valuable insight into the technology and its implementation.

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LG Solar Unveils NeON R with Enhanced Aesthetics and Energy Savings

LG Solar Unveils NeON R with Enhanced Aesthetics and Energy Savings

The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.