Scottish Renewables concerned about potential ‘boom and bust' scenario for small hydropower industry
Hit by significant delays and uncertainty created by the UK Government's comprehensive review of the FiT scheme in 2011-2012, there is a sizeable backlog in the number of licence applications for small-scale hydro in Scotland and in the UK.
SOLAREDGE AT SOLAREXPO 2013: EXTENDED POWER OPTIMIZER PORTFOLIO TO INCREASE BUSINESS FOR ALL SEGMENTS OF ITALIAN SOLAR MARKET
Numerous systems are expected to be connected in the coming months
Intersolar South America launches as an exhibition and conference event in Săo Paulo on September 18, 2013
"We have been very pleased with the growing demand for fuel cell-based backup power products originating with telecom service providers in various parts of the globe."
Kingspan Wind is launching its new, much anticipated, high performance KW15 wind turbine, details of which will be made public for the first time at the All-Energy Exhibition & Conference, 22-23 May 2013. The company will also be providing information about its new free insurance package.
Vestas deploys multiple ZephIR Lidars at largest wind power project in the Southern Hemisphere – Macarthur Wind Farm, Australia
Leading wind turbine manufacturer Vestas have announced the deployment of three ZephIR 300 Lidar systems at the 420MW Macarthur Wind Farm in Australia to provide hub height and full rotor wind speed measurements across the Southern Hemisphere's largest wind power project.
Air Group, Whippany, New Jersey to get 80% of its energy from Solar
RBI Solar completed 2.15MW ground mount solar project at the Cedarville University. RBI's fixed tilt ground mount system is used for the largest University installation in Ohio
MidAmerican Solar and SunPower Corp. (Nasdaq: SPWR) marked the start of major construction at the Antelope Valley Solar Projects – two projects co-located in Kern and Los Angeles counties in California – with a community celebration. The 579-megawatt development will employ approximately 650 workers during a three-year construction period; generate more than $500 million in regional economic impact, the majority of which will be generated during construction; and serve California's growing electricity demand with clean, renewable solar power. The Antelope Valley Solar Projects make up the world's largest solar power development under construction. When complete, the projects will provide enough energy to power approximately 400,000 average California homes. "The Antelope Valley Solar Projects are already creating needed jobs and economic opportunity in local communities, while at the same time, providing direct, long-term environmental benefits," said Paul Caudill , president of MidAmerican Solar. "We look forward to continuing our involvement in the Rosamond, Lancaster and Palmdale communities and, as we move forward, in the surrounding areas. The MidAmerican Solar team is committed to working hand-in-hand with the development's neighbors and stakeholders. We also look forward to providing a reliable source of renewable energy to our customer Southern California Edison."
ProMedica has contracted with GEM Energy, of Walbridge, OH, to install and integrate one of the most advanced combined heat and power systems in the marketplace, using Capstone MicroTurbines® at its Wildwood Campus. The onsite power system will use natural gas to provide electricity and heat.
Rodman & Rodman "Green Team" pledges continued Accounting Support and Services to the Association of Cleantech Incubators of New England
How can professional women in the solar industry encourage greater participation from the next generation of engineers, investors and business women?
Solar cell prices spike drastically this week driven by robust orders for high-efficiency cell from Japan, where rooftop and utility-scale solar projects are bourgeoning.
ChargePoint and SYLVANIA Lighting Services Announce Reseller Agreement for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in United States
OSRAM SYLVANIA Joins U.S. Department of Energy's Workplace Charging Challenge
Saginaw native forms company partnership, educating consumers
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