Company partners with Ökologische Solarreinigung in using Deisolyse
Adhesive-Free PV FC10f Backsheet Provides Enhanced Performance Required by High-Quality Manufacturers
On a world-wide basis, wind power remains the dominant new renewable energy source with installations of over 40 Gwatts in 2011
New Tests Address Germany's Planned Building Regulations to Require Flammability Assessment for All Photovoltaic Modules and Solar Collectors
Paving the road for next phase in commercialization
After five years, company again invests in Oregon, topping $600 million in total outlay
Worldwide keen interest in efficiency and economic viability – strong trend towards self supply and decentralized solar energy generation
The three-day Intersolar North America 2012 Exhibition in San Francisco, California ended on July 12. Clenergy successfully presented its key IP-protected PV mounting products. Positive customer feedback at the exhibition gives Clenergy confidence that it has made a key step toward long-term success
Blue Sky Energy Revolutionizes the Off-Grid Solar Industry
During the early morning hours of April 15, with a steady breeze blowing down Colorado's Front Range, the state's biggest utility set a U.S. record -- nearly 57% of the electricity being generated was coming from wind power. As dawn came and the 1.4 million customers in Xcel Energy's service district began turning on the lights, toasters and other appliances, the utility's coal and natural gas-fired power plants ramped up production and brought wind's contribution back closer to its 2012 average of 17%. lities have long been wary of placing too much finicky renewable power on the grid. "A lot of utilities don't want to contract large amounts of wind because it's volatile," said Amy Grace, a wind analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. "Anything over 25%, and utilities get nervous." Colorado's overnight high-water mark demonstrated that utilities can indeed incorporate cleaner power sources into the mix.
Congress to meet on how to capitalize on the emerging opportunities in Biomass & Bioenergy projects for West & Central Africa
Chase Wind will be representing several wind turbine manufacturers at the August 7-9 outdoor farm show in Seneca Falls, NY. Come Xzeres and Bergey demonstrators and information will be available on several other manufacturers, Northern, AOC, Jacobs, Gaia, Endurance, Evance, WES, Vergnet, WiPo, etc.
Leaders of four renewable energy trade associations today commended a last-minute vote by the Senate Finance Committee yesterday afternoon to extend and enhance production tax credits (PTCs) for all renewable energy sources. The tax credits are essential for the development of clean energy-generating facilities by offsetting the high cost of construction. Yesterday's action by the Committee will give renewable baseload technologies equitable access to this important program by allowing eligible facilities to qualify for the tax credits when construction is commenced. "We are highly encouraged that the Senate Finance Committee passed this tax credit extension, and we urge the full Senate and the House to approve the credit before the end of the 112th Congress," said Bob Cleaves, President and CEO of Biomass Power Association. "The construction of new biomass facilities can be prohibitively expensive, and our industry relies on one-time tax credits to attract private investors to support the building of new plants. An extension of PTCs will help ensure that renewable energy sources continue to produce a growing share of electricity for our nation."
The projects are located on the island of Oahu and are primarily ground mount solar systems.
The Distributed Wind Energy Association Applauds Congressional Leadership for Clearing Crucial Hurdle to Investment Tax Credit Extension
Overwhelming Bi-Partisan Support in Senate Finance Committee Key to Successful Passage
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