Patrick Hanson and Andrew Sabin join the new Geothermal Resources Council Board of Directors
12 fuel cell stacks to power buses in multiple cities
Developers installed wind turbines with capacity of 6,810 megawatts in the U.S. last year, 31 percent more than in 2010, as they rushed to qualify for a federal-tax grant that expired last month, according to an industry group. Fourth-quarter installations reached 3,444 megawatts, topping the first three quarters combined, led by California, Illinois and Ohio, the fastest-growing state, the American Wind Energy Association said today in a report. New wind farms with capacity of more than 8,300 megawatts are under construction now. Developers will try to complete them before another federal incentive expires Dec. 31. The Washington-based trade group is pressing Congress to extend the Production Tax Credit of 2.2 cents a kilowatt-hour for wind power to prevent manufacturers from firing workers by 2013.
Santa Clara's undergraduate engineering students will go up against some tough schools, such as Stanford, University of Southern California, and California Institute of Technology.
The financial terms of the acquisition will be settled upon the completion of ONYX's Due Diligence review of Optimum's existing operations and future valuations.
Solartec will manufacture and sell AC modules powered by SolarBridge PantheonTM microinverters into the Mexican market.
Two solar mounting manufacturers work together to create the Gator MountTM offering more choices for solar installers
Natural Power has signed a framework agreement with Welsh based ecology consultants, Ecology Matters, widening Natural Power's resource and expertise in onshore and offshore wind farm ecology issues
Solar Industry's Best and Brightest Heed President Obama's Call to Action at 2012 Solar Power Generation USA Conference
Announcing the Solar Power Mexico conference The Only Event Uniting the Rapidly Expanding Mexican So
Solar Power Mexico, the only business focused solar conference in Mexico, announced its 2012 lineup of industry leading speakers and full agenda, which aims to tackle the key issues head on to drive the market forward.
EV Connect helps Santa Monica become a plug-in electric vehicle friendly city
Using solar energy for agriculture is a large and untapped opportunity.
Teaming with strategic partners will allow the company to increase volume and reduce the cost of BioBacksheet for solar manufacturers
"This award confirms that REC leads the industry in delivering quality, high-performing modules and demonstrates our commitment to quality and efficiency.
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