Massachusetts Approves Cape Wind / NSTAR Power Purchase Agreement

This decision helps secure the position of Massachusetts as the U.S. leader in offshore wind power.

Broadwind Energy Wins $14 Million in Tower Orders

The towers will all be delivered in 2013 and will be produced in the Company's facilities in Manitowoc, WI and Abilene, TX.

PV Evolution Labs Introduces New Soiling Measurement System for Solar Photovoltaic Modules

Standalone or integrated Soiling Stations reduce uncertainty in measuring energy output in the field

Blue Oak Energy Launches Tech Talk Tuesday Video Series for Solar PV Education

The once weekly video series, posted every Tuesday, is aimed at assisting the solar electric industry to plan successful solar photovoltaic projects.

Solarpraxis To Host Fourth PV Power Plants Conference In Phoenix, Arizona this Week

The large-scale power plants conference will kick-off with a networking golf tournament followed by a welcome speech from Mayor Greg Stanton and a newly-announced keynote speech from Tracey LeBeau of DOE.

Littelfuse Announces New Products for Solar Applications –

70 – 100 amp UL/IEC solar fuse; 3.5 amp in-line fuse

Princeton Power Systems Develops a 2MW Inverter for the Department of Energy

The 2MW system is designed to reduce installation costs

Morgan Technical Ceramics Helps Businesses Increase Sustainability

Morgan Technical Ceramics, a leading manufacturer of ceramic components, is developing new ceramic membranes for water filtration and purification for use in industrial wastewater treatment processes.

Upsolar Modules Earn High Marks for Long-Term Performance

Company achieves positive results in potential induced degradation testing from ICIM

Ontario, Canada Building a Smarter Energy System

With support from the Government of Ontario, GE opened its 200,000-square-foot Grid IQ Innovation Centre in Markham.

Morgan Ceramics showcases innovative materials that promote energy efficiency

Morgan Ceramics will be showcasing a range of innovative materials that promote energy conservation and operational efficiency and extend component life at Power-Gen International, taking place December 11-13, 2012, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.

Cost of Solar Energy Continues Significant Decline

The average cost of going solar in the U.S. continued to decrease significantly in 2011 and through the first half of 2012, according to a report released today by the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Solar advocates noted that these findings are the latest indicator that solar is an important and growing part of America's new energy economy. "This report shows just how far solar power has come in the U.S., and how much more we can do. Faced with a recession economy, messy election politics and an entrenched electricity marketplace, solar is quietly defying the odds and reinventing our national energy landscape. It's really remarkable," said Adam Browning, Executive Director of the Vote Solar Initiative. "With solar energy more affordable than ever, more American families and businesses are going solar to meet their electricity and hot water needs," said Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). "Declining costs have driven record growth over the last four years and we expect the solar market to double in 2012 and double again in 2013. This growth proves that smart federal and state energy policies diversify our energy portfolio and grow our economy. With 5,600 companies employing 119,000 Americans, the U.S. solar industry has become an economic engine for America."

Quality at Fronius - After-Sales Service – the Recipe for Success

Fronius, the inverter manufacturer from Austria, is known worldwide for leading the way in quality. The Solar Electronics division is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2012 and looking back over many successful years with a sense of satisfaction.

National Lab Report: Cost of Solar Energy Continues Significant Decline

U.S. Solar 'Soft Costs' Offer Opportunity for Additional Price Reduction

Blue Sky Energy, Inc. Helps to Spur Solar Job Growth through Charitable Giving

A U.S. solar manufacturer's relationship with renewable education workshops is helping the expansion of the solar industry.

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