The federal government plans to sell leases for wind farms off the coasts of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Virginia, marking the first time it has sold competitive leases for wind energy on the outer continental shelf, officials said Friday. The leases for the two areas, which total more than 430 square miles, will be sold next year, the Department of Interior and its Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said. ‘‘Wind energy along the Atlantic holds enormous potential, and today we are moving closer to tapping into this massive domestic energy resource to create jobs, increase our energy security and strengthen our nation’s competitiveness in this new energy frontier,’’ Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said in a written statement. The announcement was hailed by conservation group Oceana, which called it a major step in developing domestic clean energy. ‘‘We’re getting a step closer to seeing real turbines out there in the water,’’ Nancy Sopko, the group’s ocean advocate, said. ‘‘The more progress is made, it sends that signal out to the rest of the world that the US is serious about developing wind energy here.’’
On March 18 and 19, 2013 the second staging of Energy Storage - International Summit for the Storage of Renewable Energies - will take place at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany. Organized by Messe Düsseldorf in cooperation with Solarpaxis AG, the conference and accompanying exhibition will bring together experts from science, industry and politics to promote practical and commercially viable storage solutions for renewable energies. Topics will include political conditions, financing, cost-effectiveness and integration of the main storage technologies. The conference language will be English.
Ideal Power Converters ("IPC" or "the Company"), a developer of disruptive power converter solutions for photovoltaic, grid storage and EV charging infrastructure, today announced the completion of a $4 million convertible debt financing in a private placement to a group of institutional investors.
Fuel Cells 2000 has released "The Business Case for Fuel Cells 2012: America's Partner in Power."
Save up to 20% discount on all single-licenses from Valentin Software during the month of December.
A candid interview with Ameco Solar's CEO, Patrick Redgate, about the solar industry then and now. Mr. Redgate is a genuine solar pioneer. Since 1974, AMECO Solar has been dedicated to the concept that solar energy is the solution to our energy future.
New wind power service agreement signed in Canada
ChargePoint and Service Solutions Announce Reseller Agreement for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in North America
Service Solutions to provide Industry-Leading ChargePoint EV Charging Equipment and Cloud-based Services to Vast Customer Base
Renewable Energy Group® offering fuel from New York's largest biodiesel terminal network
80 of the leading health and safety executives in offshore wind will be meeting in Copenhagen next week. At this year's Offshore Wind Health and Safety Summit top speakers from DONG Energy, Statoil, RWE Innogy, Siemens, Vestas and Gamesa and many more will share case studies and past experiences with an increased focus on safety culture, regulation harmonisation and construction. Don't miss out on the only health and safety event designed to reduce the frequency of incidents on offshore wind projects; we only have 20 passes left.
Addition of Spray Foam Insulation Completes the Home's Energy Envelope, so HERS Rating Could be Conducted
Fourteen of Namasté Solar's employees recently passed the rigorous North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certification exam for solar photovoltaic (PV) installers, bringing Namasté Solar's total number of certificants to 41 out of 100 employees, one of the highest per-capita certification rates in the U.S.
General Wesley Clark, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chair Jon Wellinghoff among confirmed speakers
Clinton Global Initiative Commitment Completed with Nonprofit Partner Solar Electric Light Fund
Fresno and Bakersfield Newest Vivint Solar Markets----- Vivint Solar Customers Lock in Lower Monthly Rates for 20 Years
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