Assurant Launches Springfield Area's Largest Solar Installation

6,200 Solar Panels Installed in 1.76MW Project at Springfield Service Center

SEIA Celebrates Earth Day by ‘Flipping the Switch' on Huge New Solar Facility

"On April 22, 1970, when the very first Earth Day was held, there was virtually no solar energy powering the grid in the United States. How times have changed. Today, there are 7.7 gigawatts (GW) of solar installed in the U.S." - Rhone Resch, president and CEO of SEIA

Assurant Launches Springfield Area's Largest Solar Installation

6,200 Solar Panels Installed in 1.76MW Project at Springfield Service Center

City of Bryan Solar Array ranks third in U.S. for annual solar watts per customer

Bryan, Ohio's 2-megawatt solar array is third in the U.S. for annual solar watts per customer. The solar array was developed, designed and built by Rudolph/Libbe Inc. in Walbridge, OH.

Iron Mountain Commits to Five Percent Cut in its Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Carbon Reduction Target is the First for the Company

Solar jobs outnumber ranchers in Texas, actors in California

There are more solar energy workers in Texas than there are ranchers. In California, they outnumber actors, and nationwide, America has more solar workers than coal miners. Those stats come from solar research group The Solar Foundation, which rolled out a map last week showing which states have the most solar jobs. Unsurprisingly, sunny states like California and Arizona are near the top of the list. But some Northern states like New Jersey and Michigan -- not known for their splendid weather -- also show a high number of solar jobs. What those states lack in climate they make up for in high electricity prices and favorable tax and regulatory policies, which attracts solar developers, said Andrea Luecke, executive director of The Solar Foundation. Solar supporters are going on the offensive about their field's jobs angle. The industry receives considerable government support, and talking about its employment advantages broadens the conversation beyond global warming.

ABB bets on solar power with $1 billion takeover

Swiss industrial group ABB ( ABBN.VX ) is to buy U.S. solar energy company Power-One Inc ( PWER.O ) for about $1 billion, betting that growth in emerging markets will revive a sector ravaged by overcapacity and weakening demand in recession-hit Europe. The world's biggest supplier of industrial motors and power grids said on Monday it had agreed to pay $6.35 per share in cash for Power-One, the second-largest maker of solar inverters that allow solar power to be fed into grids. The offer price is 57 percent above Power-One's closing price on Friday, boosted by $266 million in net cash held by debt-free Power-One. Stripping out its cash pile, Power-One's enterprise value stands at $762 million, valuing the bid at a more modest 6.4 times 2012 core earnings.

MECASOLAR delivers horizontal single-axis trackers to project in Portugal

• The company also delivered MECASCREW foundation screws to two PV solar facilities located in Beja, in the southern part of Portugal. • MECASOLAR's horizontal single-axis tracker increases power generation as compared to fixed solutions, both having very similar costs.

"Clean Footprint Prepares for Earth Day Sunseed Co-op Solar Install"

Solar development company, Clean Footprint, scheduled to begin a full solar install on Sunseed Food Co-op in Cape Canaveral just in time for Earth Day.

Public Housing Authority Goes Green, Will Create as Much Energy as it Uses

A "Net-Zero" energy system installed at the Meriden Connecticut Housing Authority (MHA) Yale Acres public housing complex will provide deep energy savings, and replicable model for green energy retrofits at other housing projects nationwide.

Solar Leasing Embraces ACPV: SolarBridge Technologies Partners with Sunnova, ET to Offer TrueAC Solar Leases

Solar leasing provider Sunnova partners with SolarBridge Technologies and ET Solar to offer residential customers ACPV systems.

Enphase Microinverter System Available in Greece

New EMEA leadership established for continued growth and expansion

AEG Power Solutions Extends its Range of Solar Inverters With the New Protect PV.800 Integrating Grid Stabilizing Features

AEG Power Solutions continues to extend its range of high efficiency solar inverters--- New grid stabilization features such as reactive power input are setting new standards

Masdar Launches Africa's Largest Solar PV Plant

15MW Sheikh Zayed Solar Power Plant in Mauritania accounts for 10 percent of nation's grid capacity

Solvay Technologies Propel Solar-Powered Flight "Across America"

Solar Impulse is the world's first solar-powered airplane capable of flying day and night without fossil fuel.

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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

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