Construction of the Campo Verde project began in December 2012 and commercial operation is expected in fall 2013.
Business, environmental groups applaud New York Senator's solar leadership
Southwest Windpower Towers Can be Reused with JLM Energy's Zefr Pole-Mount for Continued Wind Generation
Custom Wind Turbine Clamp Available for Southwest Wind Tower Applications
Company expands wind generation capacity to 472 megawatts in Texas
New solar tracker installation helps Berkshire East become world's first ski area fully powered with on-site renewables
The year-round resort recently developed a 500kW solar tracker farm that will produce 700,000kWh annually.
Collaboration between waste management and energy companies is crucial for improved efficiency
A black solar module with particularly green credentials
This ranking of Schneider Electric as one of the leading specialized inverter manufacturers is a reflection of the changes at play in the solar industry.
Solar farms paying off in the UK, thanks to Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) and power purchase agreements (PPAs)
Solar Electric and Solar Water Heating Systems To Be Showcased During Wilmington's Parade of Homes
Proterra executives presenting, chairing Bus Roadeo event, leading subcommittees
Real Goods Solar to Power 18 Stockton Unified School District Schools and Facilities with Solar Energy
5.1 MW Project Expected to Save School District $600,000 in Energy Costs in First Year Alone
Strategic partnership combines JAC Motors platform with GTA's advanced technology
Some of the most advanced solar trackers and structures in the world to be presented at the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress 2013 (MIREC)
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