Momentum Builds for Moving Colorado toward a Million Solar Roofs

A diverse coalition of over 280 organizations and businesses is calling on state leaders to ramp up solar power in Colorado.

EdenBDM.com Unveils New Battery Technology to Have Impact On Renewable Energy Storage and Electric Powered Vehicles

EDEN BDM have developed a new battery architecture that aims to solve the problem of efficiently storing surplus power from solar cells, while it would also allow the development of cheaper electric powered vehicles (EPV) with an extended driving range.

Silicon Energy Wins Global Cleantech Cluster Association 2013 Later Stage Award

For cleantech success in Best in Solar and Wind, Silicon Energy honored at Corporate Cleantech Venture Day in Lahti, Finland

Duke Energy to build three solar projects in Eastern North Carolina

Power from these projects will be sold through long-term, fixed price contracts.

Solar FlexRack Welcomes New EVP Sales and Marketing

Integrated solar company Solar FlexRack rounds out their team with new hire Steve Daniel.

City of Aurora, Xcel Energy, EPA Celebrate New Community Solar Site

Colorado leading the country in community-owned solar capacity available to utility ratepayers.

Dow Corning, Tianwei New Energy Collaborate on Leading Edge Solar Solution

Dow Corning's next-generation conductive adhesive is combined with Tianwei's MWT technology to deliver high efficiency and durable back-contact modules.

Nextronex Inc. Selected by Indiana Municipal Power Agency for 2.4MW Utility Solar Projects

Inovateus Solar LLC, acting as the Engineering Consultant, has been working with IMPA to attain the best design solution.

GLOBAL INDEX SET TO BOOST ENERGY INVESTMENT IN DEVELOPING WORLD

A global investment index backed by Britain, the United States and the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), will measure and rank the investment climate for clean energy in developing countries, International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced today.

UNITED WIND TO INTRODUCE WIND LEASE MODEL AT RIT WIND POWER WORKSHOP

Company President Discusses Zero-Down Leasing for Distributed Wind Projects

FERC Announces Rule Changes to Facilitate More Efficient Interconnections for Small Renewable Energy Systems

"The changes will enable utilities to more effectively process applications for small generators, while maintaining the safety and reliability of the interconnection process - critically important as the country begins to experience a greater penetration of renewables on transmission and distribution circuits."

SULLIVAN SOLAR POWER ANNOUNCES ITS CASH REWARD PROGRAM CLOSES DEC. 31

Program for San Diego County Residents Set to Dim at Year's End

FERC Revises Small Generator Rules to Include Energy Storage

This revision specifically adds energy storage to the category of resources eligible to interconnect to the power grid under the Small Generator Interconnection Procedures (SGIP) and/or Fast Track Process.

Africa: Schneider Electric inaugurate a technology for producing electricity, drinking water and heat simultaneously

MiCROSOL simultaneously produces 50 MWh/year of electricity, 1,000 m3/year of drinking water, and around 800 MWh/year of thermal energy --- Kenya will be pilot country for the industrialization and commercialization

The solar industry must more actively shape policy in the future electricity market

14th Forum Solarpraxis comes to a successful conclusion

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