SAN DIEGO BASED STELLAR SOLAR ACTIVATES 285kW CEDARS-SINAI SOLAR INSTALLATION

Solar carport is part of new Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion

SEIA Urges Senate Finance Committee to Look Carefully at Value of ITC

Smart polices like the ITC, along with industry innovation, have made solar a real bright spot for the U.S. economy.

aleo solar internationally expands its installer network

Now supplies solar modules and system components to more than 2,100 international partners.

Solarpraxis MENA founded in Dubai

New company shares market knowledge and plans solar projects

Energy leaders gather for China International Summit ahead of the World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council hosts event in Beijing to assess ambitions of new Chinese government

PV Storage Market Set to Explode to $19 Billion in 2017; Germany leads Again

Germany will account for nearly 70 percent of storage installed in residential PV systems worldwide in 2013.

International Battery and Energy Storage Alliance founded

Markus A.W. Hoehner, CEO of EuPD Research and Bryan D. Ekus, Managing Director of IPVEA, have put their heads together and cofounded the first international alliance for providers of battery and electrical energy storage solutions in the photovoltaic branch.

Ready, set, go: Mounting Systems introduces open terrain system Sigma II GO Kits

Open terrain racking system for solar plants now in a convenient package for installations up to 50 kilowatts

SolarBOS appoints John Hass as President and CEO

Geothermal Energy's Environmental and Health Benefits Worth $117 Million Annually

Benefits of geothermal energy touted in air emissions analysis

American Wind Energy Association names Tom Kiernan CEO

The announcement was made by the Chair of AWEA's Board of Directors, Tom Carnahan. "Bringing Tom Kiernan aboard as CEO represents a huge win for AWEA and another step forward in our efforts to elevate wind energy's role as a critical national resource," said Carnahan. "Tom brings the right combination of bipartisan, practical experience at the national and state levels as well as in small, rural communities where wind energy is most often developed. His respected management style and significant executive abilities, combined with his skills as a communicator, will ensure that AWEA's voice and potential are leveraged not only in Washington but, even more importantly, in the communities in which our members operate," Carnahan said. Kiernan commented, "I am honored and excited to take on this role at such a critical time in our nation's history. With wind energy building over 40 percent of new electrical generation in the U.S. last year, the massive public support for more renewable energy, and the recent extension of the Production Tax Credit (PTC) by Congress and the President, we have a unique opportunity to work together to make wind energy a more integral part of our national energy portfolio."

Data Loggers Bring More Light to Remote Medical Clinics

The WE CARE Solar team required a better way to log system performance data and monitor usage patterns to ensure that correctly-sized PV power systems were being implemented in the medical clinics.

The End to the California Solar Initiative (CSI)

Decreasing incentive over time will help build resilience and not inflate the market. It is also important to offer varying levels of incentives for residential, commercial, affordable housing, and non-profit in order to ensure equality for the benefits of solar, and help those who need it most.

Energy Management System with Certificate and Certification Mark

SIMONA AG is one of the first companies in the plastics industry to have introduced an energy management system in accordance with EN ISO 50001. Energy management systems (EnMS) offer a systematic approach to recording and assessing energy demand and improving energy efficiency. Third-party assessment and certification by TÜV SÜD offers further opportunities.

Case Study - Home Solar Panel Installation Leads to 115% Savings!

The photovoltaic home solar panel array was installed in October of 2011. The system was designed to offset approximately 77% of the annual home power bill with an average savings of around $200 dollars per month over the 40 year expected life of the system.

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