Program eases local and state government access to affordable American-made solar systems
In addition to Roberto, the DWEA board welcomed three additional industry leaders.
GE Introduces 2.5-120, the World's Most Efficient High-Output Wind Turbine—the First Brilliant Wind Turbine
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NextEnergy Signs Ambassador Pledge to Support the U.S. Department of Energy's Workplace Charging Challenge
Detroit-based organization joins 13 major employers and seven industry stakeholders to support challenge launched to expand workplace charging availability for U.S. employees
CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad launches International Carbon Capture and Storage Test Centre Network
Combined efforts of leading global facilities will speed technological advancements in Carbon Capture market
Our solar portfolio currently consists of three stocks - First Solar (FSLR), Jinko Solar (JKS) and MEMC Materials (WFR) all three positions where initiated at the close of the market on November 29 2012
Ontario government to provide incentives that will fight climate change and support green technology
For alternative energy there is a need for specialized software developers and engineers who design, build, and maintain the networks of sensors and stochastic modeling for wind and solar energy, smart energy grids, congestion pricing and other systems substituting intelligence for natural resources.
PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) financing is a municipal funding mechanism that provides up-front financing for commercial and residential property owners to improve their property values and realize the money-saving benefits of energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation upgrades utilizing no public dollars.
After a bumper installation year of 13GW of wind power generation capacity installed in 2012, wind energy in the US now accounts for 6% of the nation's total energy mix.
Securing cost reductions and carving out routes to grid parity remains as ever the most pressing issue for the CSP industry.
U.S. wind-energy developers added a record 13,124 megawatts of turbines last year, beating natural gas to become the largest new source of power generation for the first time. In the fourth quarter alone, 8,380 megawatts of wind farms were completed, more than double that of any prior quarter, according to the Washington-based American Wind Energy Association. That amounted to 42 percent of new power supplies, more than any electricity source including natural gas, coal, solar and nuclear. topping natural gas Installations accelerated last quarter as developers raced to take advantage of a federal tax credit that was due to expire Dec. 31, and have slumped this year, according to Rob Gramlich, the industry group’s interim chief executive officer. There are 43 megawatts of wind turbines currently under construction in two states. The production tax credit was extended for one year Jan. 1.
• Sale of non-core asset for up to $12M fortifies balance sheet
US renewable energy capacity doubles, natural gas rises to meet nearly 1/3 of electricity demand, efficiency drives a 6% improvement in energy use, and CO2 emissions drop 13% in just the past five years, new report finds
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