First Solar Begins Construction of Campo Verde Solar Project

Benefits include 250 construction jobs, $230 million in economic activity

Training recognition ceremony for AEE energy engineers in South Africa

AEE was the first organization to pioneer energy certification programs and its recognition and credibility has evolved throughout the world to encompass 89 countries that acknowledge its certification programmes

Fuerteventura: Conergy roof-top plants for fruit and vegetable wholesaler

System supplier strengthens position in Canaries with a total of 14 MW installed capacity

Distributed Wind Community to Set Strategy for 2013 and Beyond

DWEA Members to Gather in Washington, D.C., for Lobby Day and Industry Strategy Meeting

SOLON, Duke Energy Renewables Complete Black Mountain Solar Project in Arizona

SOLON designed and constructed the solar array and will continue to handle operations, monitoring and maintenance of the system.

SMA Prepares for another Year of Regional Forums, Releases 2013 Dates

Company to Host Training Events for Solar Professionals throughout the US and Canada

SOLON, Duke Energy Renewables Complete Black Mountain Solar Project in Arizona

Duke Energy Renewables, part of Duke Energy's Commercial Businesses, and SOLON Corporation announced the completion of the 10-megawatt (MW) Black Mountain Solar Power Project near Kingman, Arizona.

Ontario, Canada Getting Out of Coal-fired Generation

Canadian Province to Close Last of Southern Ontario Coal Plants this Year

California solar energy systems top 1 gigawatt

California's rebate program for businesses and homeowners who install solar panels has now funded enough systems to generate 1 gigawatt of electricity - a level few countries and no other states have ever reached. California officials reported Thursday that state residents have installed 1,066 megawatts of solar systems using rebates from the $2.4 billion California Solar Initiative, launched in 2007 as a way to jump-start the industry. For perspective, 1 gigawatt is roughly the output of two conventional power plants or one nuclear reactor. A gigawatt equals 1,000 megawatts. Both are snapshot figures, representing the amount of electricity generated at a given instant. The rebates decline over time and are now 92 percent lower than they were when the program began. But the number of applications received each year continues to rise as solar power's popularity spreads. As a result, state officials say the program should reach its goal of funding enough installations to generate 1,940 megawatts by the end of 2016.

China's Polysilicon Prices Continue to Surge, Price Increases from Mid-to-Downstream Vendors to Foll

According to EnergyTrend, a research division of TrendForce, polysilicon and mono-Si wafer prices are continuing on an uptrend as talks regarding China's double anti-policy in February grow more widespread. With relevant institutions being largely optimistic about 2013's demand situation, various in

Purchase Orders For Fuel Cell Backup Power Systems In The Telecom Sector On The Rise

Addition of Methanol-Fuelled Product Line Paying Dividends

ecoHOME Celebrates A Milestone With 20 Builders Under Contract

Just six months after being unveiled, SEM's efficiency program for new home construction already has 20 builders participating.

SEIA Praises Governor Cuomo for Expanding New York Solar Energy Program

An additional $150 million per year over the next 10 years

SEIA Praises Governor Cuomo for Expanding New York Solar Energy Program

An additional $150 million per year over the next 10 years

Romanian Energy Minister Re-Affirms Commitment to Wind Energy

"All those who wish to invest in energy will have the necessary support from government". This is the quote today from the Romanian Energy Minister, Constantin Nita, less than a week ahead of the largest wind energy event in the country to be held on the 15-16 January at the JW Marriott, Bucharest

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