Soitec takes another step forward in its expansion in South Africa by signing a power purchase agreement covering its soon-to-be-built 44 MWp Touwsrivier power plant

About 42 percent of the electricity generated in the country will come from renewable resources in 2030.

China Approves 1.4 Gigawatt 'Three Gorges' Wind Farm

China has given the go-ahead for the wind energy counterpart of its massive Three Gorges dam, the world's largest. The 1.4 gigawatt (GW) wind farm in Inner Mongolia will be the largest in the country so far. Each of seven wind farms that comprise the project will be built by different developers - Huadian, Guodian, Huaneng, Longyuan, CPI, Beijing Jingneng New Energy and Xiehe Wind Power - at a total cost of $2.18 billion. Construction should be finished by the end of next year. As of 2011, Inner Mongolia had 17.6 GW of wind, providing 13.8% of the city of Baotou's electricity. Another 10 GW of wind is planned for the area. Baotou is the largest city in Inner Mongolia with about 2.3 million residents. The Chinese wind industry has been languishing waiting for the transmission infrastructure to connect projects already built.

PROINSO launches online store Australia

• PROINSO STORE strengthens its presence in the Australian market.


Annual National Solar Jobs Census finds more than 119,000 employed by solar industry

ORENCO Hydropower's Mark Matousek Envisions Renewable Project Financing in a World Without Subsidies at Platts 14th Annual Financing U.S. Power Conference

ORENCO Hydropower Vice Chairman Mark Matousek was a featured panelist at Platts 14th Annual Financing U.S. Power conference held in New York on October 18–19, 2012.

Apollo Solar Electric Ltd. Announces the release of an innovative new energy management product to cut home energy bills.

The Apollo GEM is an innovative new energy management product providing additional energy cost savings for homeowners with solar PV systems.

The Solar Foundation Reports 13% Growth in U.S. Solar Jobs

Annual National Solar Jobs Census finds more than 119,000 employed by solar industry

Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles will be $1.2 Billion Market in 2020

Globally the number of charging stations will grow 10-fold, says Lux Research.

ChargePoint Joins Green Parking Council to Encourage New, Alternative Parking Practices and Green Conversion of Parking Facilities for Electric Vehicles

November 1, 2012 Webinar The Essentials of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Sponsored by ChargePoint

Imagine Homes and Dow Unveil First DOW POWERHOUSE™ Community in Texas

Willis Ranch Community becomes the first in San Antonio featuring pioneering technology Solar Shingles as standard feature.

SolarCity to Power Nine Martinez Unified School District Schools and Facilities With Solar Energy

1.3 MW Project Expected to Save District $442,000 in Energy Costs in First Year, $22.5 Million over the Next 20 Years

U.S. Solar Industry Points to Evidence of Chinese Government's Escalating Intervention in World Renewable-Energy Markets

Chinese Government's New Domestic Subsidy Program and Rescue Plans for Troubled Producers Perpetuate Distortions of World Solar Market, U.S. Group Says


Wilmington Has a Premier Dealer for the Planet's Most Efficient Solar Panels

Thailand & Indonesia to Drive South East Asia PV Market

he PV market in Southeast Asia is forecast to diversify significantly in the future.

Green Energy for Indian Forests: Conergy Off-Grid Systems Power Ranger Offices

Conergy Builds 900 kW Stand-Alone PV Systems for Madhya Pradesh Forest Department

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