The New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium Announces 2013 "Capture the Energy" Conference

Featuring Global Industry Leaders and Senior New York State Policymakers

Mosaic Brings on Former Lending Club Vice President of Finance

Aims to Capture Share of Growing Crowdsourced Lending Marketplace

SOLON and MP2 Capital Complete Construction of Multi-Campus Solar System for the Tanque Verde Unified School District

1.15 MW system expected to generate over two million kWh per year

EPIC Represents Photonics Industry at European Commission Key Enabling Technologies High Level Expert Group

The group was launched today to assist the European Commission in the implementation of the strategy to boost the industrial production of KETs-based products in Europe.

Vladimir Putin expected at HANNOVER MESSE 2013

President Putin will be accompanied by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who this year will again officially open the world's most important technology event.

SolarBridge Heads to Chicago, America's Greenest City, to Train Expanding Solar Workforce

Ballard ClearGen™ Fuel Cell System to Operate Using Biomass-Generated Hydrogen in California

• Renewable energy system to provide power and heat to Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe facilities

Hundreds of Solar Professionals to Visit Sacramento for Annual NABCEP Conference

SMA Partners with NABCEP as Exclusive Sponsor to Promote Solar Industry Education and Training

From youth competition to film screening

New Energy Husum attracts visitors with interesting fringe events

QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY FARMER SAVES ON ELECTRIC COSTS WITH SOLAR

Queen Anne's County, MD – (February 25, 2013) Increasing energy costs, be they from electricity, propane or coal, has a major effect on a farm's bottom line. With electricity rates steadily increasing annually, it has become critical to a farm's future to do what it can to offset those costs. For Ferrell Farms in Queen Anne's County, MD, the answer is solar.

Firm Proposes 'Backbone' to Bring Offshore Wind Power to Market

Among the many roadblocks that have prevented offshore wind farms from proliferating off the Atlantic coast is how to get the electricity generated from the Outer Continental Shelf to the mainland. A transmission “backbone” that would run under the ocean floor parallel to the coast is being proposed as a solution to that problem. The Atlantic Wind Connection, which counts Google Inc. among its corporate sponsors, seeks to connect up to 7,000 megawatts of offshore wind power to locations on land between northern New Jersey and southern Virginia. The backbone transmission line would allow many individual wind turbines to connect to it and then deliver that electricity to land through a handful of connections. The alternative would be aboveground individual lines from one or a handful of wind turbines, lines that typically operate at a lower capacity and present more environmental challenges. Earlier this year, Atlantic Wind Connection announced that the first phase of the project would be constructed off the New Jersey coast because of the state’s commitment to developing the industry, not to mention the electricity potential off the state’s southern shores.

Transforming India's Telecom Sector

This article is about the India Telecom Tower Industry. The issue with high operating cost + diesel pilferage in grid deficit and off-grid sites is unsustainable. Stake holders needs to move away from out dated diesel base power systems to more sustainable solar/hybrid systems.

MCE Selects PlanetEcosystems' Consumer Engagement Platform to Support its Energy Efficiency Programs

Turnkey platform chosen to increase the value of services delivered to consumers and strengthen relationships with 120,000 households in Marin County

Ameco Solar Blog: Why Net Metering is Crucial for Solar Energy in California

For so many Californians who have chosen to install a solar electric system, the phrase Net Metering is simply a way of describing the way power from roof-top solar panels will reduce their own electric consumption and spin the meter backwards.

Moltec International Solar Array Interconnect System

The Solar EZ Connect system was developed in collaboration with developers and installation contractors. The system is comprised of a fully wired harness that is ready to be installed right out of the box. This substantially reduces the high costs associated with hand assembly and routing of wiring in the field. The multiple strings of multi-panel arrays are easily assembled and run to the combiner boxes eliminating the need for certified labour.

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