SolarCity and Goldman Sachs Create Largest U.S. Rooftop Solar Lease Financing Platform

Collaboration Expected to Fund more than $500 Million in Solar Projects, 110 Megawatts of Solar Capacity

Photovoltaic materials and manufacturing

Manufacturing costs are being driven down by fierce global competition and it is vital to find the most efficient production technology and best components to build a viable future for the photovoltaic industry.

TÜV Rheinland ptl initiates creation of new ansi standards, seeks industry participation in working groups

Stakeholders Include Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Utilities, Photovoltaic Power Plants, Solar PV Module Manufacturers, Inverter/Converter Manufacturers & Government Agencies

New Report: Solar Energy Reduces Military Costs, Boosts Security, Saves Lives

"Enlisting the Sun: Powering the U.S. Military with Solar Energy" shows solar energy's growing role in powering military installations and military homes across the U.S.

SEIA Applauds Confirmation of New DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz

An expert in energy issues and a veteran of Washington politics

Solar Energy World Recognized among North America's Best Customer Service Leaders

Solar Energy World, solar installation company in Elkridge, Maryland, has been awarded a 2013 Guildmaster Award for exceptional customer service. Solar Energy World was selected and recognized by GuildQuality for their superior delivery of customer care.

Ballard-Sponsored Webinar Highlights Reliability of Fuel Cell Systems in Extreme Situations

Hurricane Sandy reinforced backup power as a critical driver of resilience in wireless telecom networks

Central Nebraska Regional School District Partners with Ameresco on Energy Efficiency Project

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller Public Schools' buildings to be upgraded as part of Energy Savings Performance Contract

New Map Shows Solar Jobs Still Growing Faster Than the Economy

Thanks to The Solar Foundation (TSF), individuals can now learn more about the solar industry in their backyard, their neighboring states and across the country. On April 18, TSF introduced a new interactive map that showcases the nearly 120,000 jobs in America's booming solar industry in 2012. This is the first time that the public can easily access the data on a state-by-state basis, and explore what parts of the solar industry are biggest—including manufacturing, installing, sales, project development and associated jobs.

Wind Industry in the USA

The debate of the PTC just took too long and put the players to uncertainty. Installations were pushed in 2012 to record level of almost 13 GW. This year will be a big dip to estimated 4 GW or so and midterm the installations should level on 7 GW level.

Case Study: Thomonde Hospital In The Central Region of Haiti

The Thomonde battery bank was designed for 40 percent depth of discharge and only one day of autonomy due to the large loads of some of the medical equipment and the availability of the diesel generator.

Making the Switch: From Fixed to Solar Tracker

I compared the cost per watt to install a standard pole mount, such as a DPW, and found it cost the same as putting up a standard tracker. And of course by tracking you get the additional power.

Interview with Sophie Parker of The Nature Conservancy

In areas of the Mojave that are ecologically intact, renewable energy development poses a major problem for plants, animals, and other species. Some major issues include: habitat destruction and fragmentation, water use, and bird mortality.

Fraunhofer ISE and India agree to cooperate in solar energy research and pilot projects

The cooperation focuses on research, demonstration and pilot projects in the areas of photovoltaics, solar thermal and hydrogen.

Siemens study: Europe can save EUR 45 billion in its pursuit of renewables

Building and expanding renewable energy installations in the wrong locations is costing EUR 45 billion in unnecessary investment ----- Potential savings on a magnitude of 4-5 times the annual investment in solar and wind power plant construction in Germany are possible

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