World Energy Center is on track to meet and beat the Obama Administration's goal of 25 percent of energy being generated by renewable energy sources and add to the creation of hundreds of new jobs in clean energy.
Upstart solar company crosses 2.5 MW mark in less than two years in the Texas and California markets.
First Wind Continues Community Outreach Program through DonorsChoose.org to Provide Assistance to Classroom Teachers
Through DonorsChoose, First Wind supports teachers and their innovative classroom projects in its host communities.
Four PV Projects totaling 80MW Connected in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
China Sunergy Achieves Major Milestone of International Development with The Sale of a Solar Farm Project in Cornwall to a Leading Solar Power Generator in the UK
The sale of this first UK project marks a major milestone for the Company in relation to its downstream business, and also strengthens its confidence in investing and developing a project pipeline in other markets.
Trina Solar Signs Investment Framework Agreement to Develop 1GW Solar Power Plant Project in Xinjiang, Western China
Scheduled to be built in multiple phases over a four year time frame starting from early 2014
ReneSola's 250W Polycrystalline modules selected by Solar Power Systems for facility array
Over the next year, the state will be developing a simplified process to integrate photovoltaics technology across Iowa.
Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc. Reports That Low-Cost, Solar-Power Tracking System Is Designed to Support 90 Miles Per Hour Wind Velocity Conditions
The reinforced and weather-resistant design ensures that the system remains operational during high-wind periods.
Worldwide PV installations are set to rise by double digits in 2014, solar manufacturing capital spending is recovering, module prices are stabilizing and emerging markets are on the rise.
We're seeing that 2013 was one of the best years for solar installations ever, with prices dropping for the third year in a row. Even the White House installed solar panels on its roof.
There are two federal laws that regulate the "take" of birds, the BGEPA, which regulates bald and golden eagles, and the MBTA, which regulates approximately 1,000 species of migratory birds.
While promoting the implementation of green areas, we nevertheless have to pay focused attention to not only going green for its own sake, but also to promote a future trend where ecology meets sustainability.
While not perfect, solar provides jobs and lease revenue for tribes as it cleans up their air.
While the news about climate change seems to get worse every day, the rapidly improving technology, declining costs, and increasing accessibility of clean energy is the true bright spot in the march toward a zero-carbon future. 2013 had more clean energy milestones than we could fit on one page, but here are 13 of the key breakthroughs that happened this year. 1. Using salt to keep producing solar power even when the sun goes down. 2. Electric vehicle batteries that can also power buildings. 3. The next generation of wind turbines is a gamechanger. 4. Solar electricity hits grid parity with coal. 5. Advancing renewable energy from ocean waves. 6. Harnessing ocean waves to produce fresh water. 7. Ultra-thin solar cells that break efficiency records. 8. Batteries that are safer, lighter, and store more power. 9. New age offshore wind turbines that float. 10. Cutting electricity bills with direct current power. 11. Commercial production of clean energy from plant waste is finally here. 12. Innovative financing bringing clean energy to more people. 13. Wind power is now competitive with fossil fuels. Full Article:
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