Studebaker Elementary School and McCombs Middle School in Des Moines, Iowa, Among Top 10 Energy Saving Schools in the U. S.
Teams from more than 3,000 buildings across the country spent the past year competing to obtain the greatest reduction in energy use.
President Obama will challenge companies Thursday to expand their use of solar power, part of his ongoing effort to leverage the power of his office to achieve goals that have been stymied by Congress. The new initiative comes as the White House is hosting a Solar Summit aimed at highlighting successful efforts on the local level to speed the deployment of solar energy. Although some large solar plants are coming online and it is the fastest-growing source of renewable energy in the United States, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, it accounts for roughly 1 percent of the nation’s electricity generation. “Now is the time for solar,” said Anya Schoolman, executive director of the Community Power Network, a Washington-based nonprofit group that helps communities build renewable energy projects. She will be honored at the summit Thursday. “The costs are affordable, in reach of middle America and above. We know how to do it now, we know how to scale it, and we kind of just need people to let it go and encourage it,” she said. In an effort to make it easier for state, local and tribal governments to expand their solar portfolios, the Energy Department is launching a $15 million-dollar “Solar Market Pathways” program.
ClimateMaster has received the 2013 R&D 100 award for its Trilogy™ Q-Mode geothermal heat pump system, which is the first such product to be certified by the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) for exceeding 40 EER at ground-loop (GLHP) conditions.
Baker Electric Solar held a complimentary solar open house on Saturday, April 12, 2014 in San Marcos, California. Guests learned about solar renewable energy production while touring a live 5.2 kW residential solar system.
HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - Apr 16, 2014) - Global Clean Energy, Inc. (OTC PINK: GCEI) is pleased to update its shareholders on recent developments with respect to projects and management additions.
In an independent survey by EuPD Research British installers confirm that the Samil Power has a high market penetration and excellent brand awareness. Therefore the inverter manufacturer has been awarded with the "Top Brand PV Seal" in the „inverter" category.
s China phases out its Golden Sun incentive scheme to promote distributed solar, the new scheme increases difficulty to system developers in securing their electricity buyers; therefore, deployment of new PV project in the country is slow.
Carbon emissions projected to decrease more than 31 percent by 2020
Completion of the first diesel hybrid PV system in the remote microgrids in northern Ontario, Canada
The launch of Citra Solar follows on Crius Energy's introduction of solar services in September 2013 through its network marketing distribution channel, which saw immediate success and has continued to expand rapidly.
EasySolar takes power solutions one stage further; by combining an Ultra-fast BlueSolar charge controller (MPPT), an inverter/charger and AC distribution all in one enclosure.
Solar-panel maker hopes to become a solar developer as well
Seeks industry participation in working groups
Capitalizing on Opportunities for Greater Impact, ACORE Delays RELACCx Event Until November 20-21, 2014
Significant Developments Are Indicative of Increasing Global Financial Interest in Latin American and Caribbean Renewable Energy Markets
A European consortium launched to develop SPINFLOAT, an innovative concept of floating wind turbine on GustoMSC's Tri-Floater.
A pan-European consortium led by the French wind specialist ASAH LM has been set up with best-of-breed specialists to develop SPINFLOAT, a novel 6 MW floating Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) with pitched blades, mounted on GustoMSC's semi-submersible Tri-Floater.
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