GE Power Conversion Takes a Major Step Forward to Develop Solar Energy in China with a New Partnership Agreement
GE Power Conversion Signs an MOU with Sinoma International Engineering Co., Ltd. and Yingda International Leasing Co., Ltd. to Boost the Development of Clean Energy in China -----GE Power Conversion Solar Energy Partnership to Close First Contract in China by End 2013
Kyocera and Toyota have a history of collaboration on projects to benefit the environment.
An additional 763,000 watts of solar power at the University spurs local economic development
According to a national register, community benefits paid by Scottish wind farm operators has topped £5m per year.
Refinery in Germany Supplies 5,000 Homes
6.7 kWp rooftop installation to be upgraded to hybrid 13 kWh storage solution
New GenDrive(TM) 1900 Fuel Cell Brings Increased Productivity and Reduced Emissions to Six-Ton Forklift Trucks
India and China are embracing solar energy, which will allow them to reduce air pollution caused by fossil fuel plants and make the most of their countries natural attributes.
Intersolar Europe 2013 came to a close – technological innovations, prominent political figures and topics that look to the future set the tone for the world's largest exhibition for the solar industry and its partners
New Speakers Added to "National Clean Energy Summit 6.0: Energizing Tomorrow": Governors Brian Sandoval, Martin O'Malley and Jennifer Granholm; Michael Yackira of NV Energy, Greg Abel of MidAmerican Energy, and Arno Harris of Recurrent Ene
Lineup Continues to Grow for Annual Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas, August 13
Leading off-grid solar charge controller and MPPT technology provider recognized for product quality & innovation
Greenwood Energy has completed the purchase a total of approximately two megawatts (MWp) in capacity of solar projects to be located in Wilmington, Delaware. The projects will be constructed by Greenwood Biosar under an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract.
Disputes over the use of small-scale solar power are flaring across the nation, with utilities squaring off against solar-energy marketers over rules for the growing technology. Until now, the fights have been mainly before state regulators. In California, Louisiana and Virginia, utilities have sought to cut what they claim are unfairly high payments they are required to make to owners of homes or larger buildings with solar systems. At issue in an Iowa lawsuit is whether solar-system marketers can sell electricity in territories where local utilities have exclusive rights to customers. Such an arrangement isn't allowed or is under dispute in many states, limiting solar firms to sales of panels to homeowners and businesses. But if they win in Iowa, it could pave the way for fledgling solar industries to expand in other states. The case is being watched closely elsewhere in the Midwest, where policies granting utilities a monopoly on electricity service are one reason a solar-construction boom hasn't occurred, unlike in states such as California and New Jersey. Utilities "are proponents of renewable energy," said Barry Shear, president of Iowa's Eagle Point Solar LLC, but only "if they own the energy assets and the electrons flow through their grid and they can bill you." In March, an Iowa District Court judge said Mr. Shear's 18-employee company could sign power-purchase contracts in the Dubuque territory of Alliant Energy Corp., one of the state's largest utilities. Under the disputed deal, Eagle Point would own solar panels on the roof of a Dubuque municipal building and sell power to the city at a rate similar to Alliant's.
• NEOWATTS Soluciones Energéticas is a Mexican company specialising in renewable energy that provides services to industries, businesses and homes. • This new strategic partnership will help PROINSO strengthen its presence in the Mexican PV solar power market.
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