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Martifer Solar to build Latin America's largest PV plant in Mexico

Martifer Solar is building a 30 MW photovoltaic plant in Baja California Sur, Mexico, for Gauss Energía----- The project, named Aura Solar I, will produce sufficient energy to supply around 160,000 inhabitants and will offset the emission of more than 60,000 tons of carbon dioxide----- This project will quadruple the total PV capacity installed in Mexico

Company Asks Georgia PSC to Bring Solar to Coal Plant Communities

Georgia Power Company recently presented their 20-year energy plan to the PSC.

Petroleum Marketers Applaud Iowa Legislature for Approving Right to Blend Homegrown Biofuels

"This legislation helps Iowa farmers, Iowa businesses and Iowa consumers by maintaining competitive fuel prices and promoting the state's leadership position in biofuel production"

Solar hot water as an attractive investment for market rate real estate developers

The Emerald Fund holds a grand opening gala at Rincon Green in San Francisco----- Rental building with 316 apartment comes complete with 57 solar thermal (solar hot water) collectors on the roof

Richard Martinez joins Alternative Energy Advisors

Thomas Williams announced today that Richard Martinez has joined Alternative Energy Advisors.

This Printer Spits Out 10 Meters of Solar Panel Every Minute

The printer system was developed by VICOSC, the Victorian Organic Solar Cell Consortium—a collaboration between the University of Melbourne, CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies, and Monash University—and utilizes only existing printer technology to embed polymer solar cells (also known as organic or plastic solar cells) in thin sheets of plastic or steel at a rate of ten meters per minute. "We're using the same techniques that you would use if you were screen printing an image on to a T-Shirt," project coordinator and University of Melbourne researcher Dr David Jones said in a press release. Organic solar cells rely on organic electronics, hydrocarbon molecules specifically, to generate a photovoltaic effect and convert the Sun's rays into usable DC current. The primary benefit to using organic cells is that these sheets can be printed in bulk for very little and the optical absorption coefficient of of the hydrocarbon molecules is so high that even small amounts of material can suck up a lot of light. On the other hand, organic cells are less efficient than their inorganic alternatives and tend to break down faster due to the chemical changes occurring within. Currently, these organic sheets are able to produce up to 80W in the lab and between 10 and 50W under real world conditions. These cells aren't meant to replace conventional, inorganic panels, quite the opposite in fact. "The different types of cells capture light from different parts of the solar spectrum. So rather than being competing technologies, they are actually very complementary," said CSIRO materials scientist Dr Scott Watkins. This printing technique could soon lead to buildings with PV laminated windows and exteriors and homes covered in solar shingles.

Columbus Ohio's Fleet Maintenance Building Uses TRA's Solar Racking for 640kw Elevated Solar System.

City of Columbus' Fleet Maintenance Building home to new 640 KW solar panel system installed with TRA's elevated solar racking hardware.

Lumos Solar Unveils New Product: Lumos SolarScapes

Winner of Dwell on Design's Best Energy Product in 2012 for the LSXCanopy, Lumos Solar is excited to unveil their newest product: Lumos SolarScapes – modular and customizable solar structures that bridge the worlds of function and design.

Workshops and Field Trips Announced for Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting

The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) has announced more details of events at the world's largest annual geothermal conference at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Eos Energy Storage Raises $15 Million from Strategic Investors to Advance Transformative Energy Storage Technology

Two high-profile investors in this round are Princeton, N.J.-based NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NRG) and Fisher Brothers.

Petroleum Development Oman and GlassPoint Commission the Middle East's First Solar EOR Project

Enclosed Trough system uses the sun's energy to produce steam for thermal EOR; exceeded contracted performance by 10 percent in first test

Solar's Great Recovery: Photovoltaics Reach $155 Billion Market in 2018

The solar crisis will become a boon, as record low prices boost demand, more than doubling the market to 61.7 GW – with China emerging as the largest market, Lux Research says.

Massachusetts Home Solar Electric Installations Quadruple in Two Years

Infographic by RevoluSun Explains State's Solar Market Growth and Economic Drivers

Solar Universe Announces Franchise Expansion in Key Solar Markets Across the United States in Boston, Denver and Northern California

Leading solar provider announces three new locally-owned and operated businesses in Boston, Denver and Northern California

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