TRA-Mage's Solar Racking Withstands High Wind Zone Warnings on St. Patrick's Day

On March 17th another high wind winter storm blew through the Wasatch Front in Utah, the latest of at least five since November. While roof damage is commonplace, one home's solar panels and roofing material remain perfectly secure due to the engineered solar racking system provided by TRA-Mage.

Rudolph/Libbe associate earns LEED Green Associate certification

Shellie Peterson, construction management assistant/construction coordinator at Rudolph/Libbe, has earned LEED Green Associate certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.

Solectria Renewables Acquires New Power Labs and its Smart Combiner Technologies

Lawrence, MA – March 20, 2012 – Solectria Renewables, LLC, the leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that it has acquired New Power Labs, Inc. and its smart combiner technologies.

First ever PV Plants Map South Africa unveiled today

DNI and GHI data, plus the size and location of 18 PV projects detailed in the PV Plants Map South Africa 2012

Building the largest CPV solar plant in Latin America

Hydro Aluminum Provides Support Structures for Largest CPV Solar Plant in Latin America


Rising Energy Costs Create Demand Baltimore's Federal Hill Row-House Model for Nation

Puget Sound Energy Wind Farm's Visitor Center Opens April 1

Kittitas County facility lets visitors walk among giant wind turbines, solar-power arrays

SolarEdge Enhances Its Residential Offering, Introducing a New 2.2kW Inverter at Ecobuild 2012

The flexible design and longer strings enabled by the inverter maximize roof utilization, which is extremely important for residential rooftops.

Solar3D's New Tests Reveal Game Changing Solar Cell

Company's development team believes it may have discovered the ultimate silicon solar cell design, which is estimated to produce 200% of the power output of conventional solar cells

The 2nd China Concentrating Solar Power Summit 2012 Will Be Held in June

Seizing the Opportunity in CSP Industry in China

Solar Energy Operation Reduces Noise With ASI's AcoustiFiber™ Barrier

Acoustical Solutions, Inc., supplier of sound blocking exterior wall systems, quiets noise for increasing number of solar installations

DSC: A beautiful future emerges in Korea

DSC applications turn buildings into power plants – they also create enormous opportunities for architects to design clean energy generating buildings

New SMA Multicluster Box Makes Rural Electrification Simple, Scalable

Solar Leader Introduces Preconfigured AC Distribution Hub for Off-Grid Renewable-Energy Systems

885 Research and Industry Contributions from 61 countries received for the 20th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EU BC&E)

'Sustainable Bioenergy' one of the Programme's Key Topics

U.K. University and Ceres Complete Full Genetic Map of Promising Energy Crop

• Milestone will speed development of economically viable seeded miscanthus varieties for the US and Europe, and advance one of the world's most comprehensive breeding programs for miscanthus • Results support innovative U.K. bioenergy research consortium, BSBEC

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