Promising Policy Framework to Solve Transportation Energy Challenges: Leading research institutions release findings on Low Carbon Fuel Standard

Capitol Hill briefing features scientists and business leaders

Siemens to supply 300 offshore wind turbines to DONG Energy -

Projects in the United Kingdom to receive 300 of Siemens 6MW direct drive wind turbines

Real Goods Solar and Gestamp Solar Partner for 4.8 MegaWatts of Renewable Energy in Vermont

Together the projects are designed to generate 5,500 MWh per year.

DHA Implements Solar Electric Systems Through Innovative Power Purchase Agreement

SOLAR POWER PROJECT M&A HITS RECORD IN 2011

Investors acquired approved and operating PV projects at record rates last year as investors sought high-yield assets despite subsidy cuts and a difficult financial environment

PRYSMIAN GROUP FOCUSES ON THE SMART GRID

NEW TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS AND PRODUCTS TO DEVELOP SMART SUSTAINABLE ELECTRICITY GRIDS

MERCEDES-BENZ SELECTS PLUG POWER FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY FOR LIFT TRUCK FLEET

Mercedes-Benz will realize greater fleet predictability and flexibility with the use of GenDrive hydrogen fuel cells units.

ESA Renewables - Winner of First Annual Intersolar AWARD for Solar Projects in North America

ESA was presented the Intersolar AWARD for Solar Projects in recognition of its Martins Creek Elementary School Solar PV project which demonstrated strong innovation

The Phoenix "Replacement Energy" Initiatives – 2012-13 Outlook

Phoenix maintains exclusive ownership of its proprietary "Synfuel" technology, having filed for U.S. and international provisional patents covering the novel compounding of Hydrogen with diverse captured carbon emissions.

Solar Module Price Erosion Slows in the Second Half of 2012 as Demand Rises

The price reductions for modules will flow only partially through the solar supply chain

SEIA and COSEIA Statement: Colorado PUC Dismisses Appeal to Revise XCEL Energy's Renewable Energy Plan

The appeal included two requested changes to Xcel's 2012-2013 Compliance Plan that would have improved the business climate for Colorado solar businesses.

Obstruction Lighting Shines With New LED Fixtures

Hughey & Phillips Introduces a Brand-New LED Obstruction Lighting Solution to Market

The Zilla Phantom Revolutionizes Solar Mounting

The Zilla® Phantom™ is a new rail-less solar mounting system. Building on the popular Zilla® Double Stud Flashing, the Phantom™ can mount anywhere on a composite roof, not just on joists. The Phantom™ is a fully flashed and grounded system and includes everything necessary to complete installation.

Unirac Awarded Contract for 110 MW Landmark Solar Generating Facility

Unirac, Inc., has been awarded a contract by Bechtel Power Corporation to supply the ground mount system for the 110MW AC Catalina Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Project in Kern County in Southern California. The project is one of the largest photovoltaic ground mount installation in North America, projected to cover 1,100 acres and produce enough energy to power approximately 35,000 homes. Completion is scheduled for 2013. "We are excited to work with Bechtel, a global leader in engineering, procurement and construction, on this important landmark project," said Peter Lorenz, CEO, Unirac. "Unirac has long been a leader in the residential and commercial markets. This award demonstrates that we have become the partner of choice for large, complex utility projects."  

Clenergy to supply world-leading solar energy company on a 15 MW project

Clenergy recently signed a 15MW contract on a roof-mounted project for a world-leading solar energy company. Clenergy provides a customized PV-ezRack SolarRoof mounting solution for the building roofs of the client's four factories located across China.

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