Key Lawmakers Support Efforts to End U.S.-China Solar Dispute

Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has been working behind the scenes in Washington and Beijing to resolve the current conflict and head off an escalation of trade sanctions.

Rocky Mountain Institute Releases Solar Cost Reduction Roadmap

Report Charts Course Towards Reaching DOE SunShot Targets by 2020

Innovative Program "Cracks The Code" For Residential Solar Power

Unique Program Reduces Costs for Customers by About $7500 Each, Making Solar Power More Affordable and Attractive To Homeowners

Czech Electricity Transmission System Operator, EPS, Implements Situational Intelligence for Grid Visualization and Analysis

Space-Time Insight Software Powers Solution Developed by Unicorn Systems

Rudolph/Libbe Companies listed among Solar Power World's ‘Top Solar Contractors' for 2013

The Rudolph/Libbe Companies, based in Walbridge, Ohio, is ranked 105th among Solar Power World's "Top 250 Solar Contractors" and 45th among the "Top 50 Commercial Solar Contractors" for 2013.

TRA Snow and Sun, Inc. Designs Unique "Custom Mount" Solar Mounting System for the VLP Project

TRA Snow and Sun, Inc., provided Pura Vida Energy Systems, with specially designed solar mounting system for a 300 solar panel project in the seaside town of Jaco, Costa Rica.

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES TO EXHIBIT AT AUTOMOTIVE TESTING EXPO 2013 NORTH AMERICA

SAKOR Technologies will be exhibiting engine, hybrid vehicle, and battery testing technologies at the Automotive Testing Expo 2013 North America at booth #13004

Solar Power From Giant Mirrors Flows Into California's Grid

BrightSource Energy’s massive solar farm in a remote corner of California delivered its first flow of power to the grid, an important step for demonstrating that the project is on the final path to become a fully operating power plant, the company said Tuesday. BrightSource achieved what is called the “first sync” with the project,Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, where for the first time the steam was sent to one of its three turbines for generating electricity and synching to the grid. Ivanpah is the first commercial power plant project in the United States for BrightSource, which owns a stake in the project along with NRG Energy and Google. The project also is one of the massive solar power projects being built in California to enable the state to meet its goal of using an increasing amount of renewable electricity. The state’s mandate requires 33% of its utilities power supplies to come from renewable sources such as solar, wind, geothermal and biomass by 2020. The project has a 392-megawatt capacity but is set to deliver 377 megawatts to the Pacific Gas and Electric and Southern California Edison . It’s sized to deliver enough power to about 140,000 homes per year. Ivanpah is made up of three power generation stations. The “first sync” milestone took place at Unit 1, and the same step will be done at Unit 2 and Unit 3 soon. Unit 2 and Unit 3 are scheduled to start delivering electricity to the grid by the end of the year.

Parabolic Trough cost, performance and storage analysed in new report

CSP Today has recently launched the 2014 edition of the Parabolic Trough report which works as a barometer of what and where the industry is currently focusing its attention on.

K.A. CARE delegation to attend the International CSP Week in Sevilla

The King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A. CARE) confirms the participation of five engineers at the International CSP Week to be held in Sevilla this November.

Extended deadline for abstract submission for ICUE 2014

ICUE 2014 on: Green Energy for Sustainable Development, 19-21 March 2014, Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel and Resort, Pattaya City, THAILAND

Innotech Solar and FEGA & Schmitt establish sales partnership for European PV modules

More and more customers want to produce their own electricity for on-site consumption

Panda Power Funds Acquires 750-MW Virginia Power Project

Plant will add needed capacity to Virginia and Washington D.C.; power up to 750,000 homes ---- One of the cleanest natural gas-fueled power plants in the nation will easily meet new carbon emissions standards proposed by the U.S. E.P.A. ---- Expected to make a significant contribution to area economy; create 600 construction jobs ---- Bechtel to be the engineering, procurement and construction contractor

Sustainable future dependent on energy industry support, warns World Energy Council

Report's rankings reveal most countries struggle to balance energy needs ---- Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Spain and the United Kingdom achieve ‘AAA' ratings under new scorecard system ---- World Energy Congress to agree the agenda for change next month in Korea

Ecotech Institute's Energy Efficiency Program Now Provides Building Performance Institute (BPI) Certification

In 2014, Ecotech Institute will also add a new energy efficiency lab to help students prepare for certification

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