Strong Ground-Mount Demand Ahead of April 2013 UK Tariff Changes to Provide Opportunities for Low-Cost PV Module, Inverter and Racking Suppliers
Real Goods Solar Secures More Than 5.0 Megawatts in Public and Commercial Solar Power Projects Across the Southwest
Secured by the Company's RGS Energy Division, Installations Address Key Market Segments
New ZigBee PRO Feature Now Supports Battery-Free Devices----- GreenPeak Green Power Product Achieves Golden Unit Status for the new ZigBee PRO Green Power Feature
Product manufacturers gain a new choice for wirelessly networking energy harvesting devices
Solar Power Advances Farming Practices and Promotes Sustainable Methods of Energy Generation, Food Production and Crop Protection
Clean Power Finance today unveiled a nationwide study of solar permitting and the obstacle it poses to the widespread adoption of residential solar. The study, the largest of its kind to date, provides quantifiable evidence of the negative effects complex permitting regulations have on U.S. solar installers and also on the authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs), including municipalities and utilities, who oversee permitting processes. Clean Power Finance undertook the study as part of preparations for the National Solar Permitting Database (NSPD), a free, online database of permitting requirements from across the U.S. that is funded in part by Clean Power Finance and in part by a Department of Energy SunShot Initiative grant. The study's objective is to establish baseline metrics prior to the deployment of the NSPD that can be compared to metrics taken after the NSPD is fully implemented, and to provide direction to the industry about areas for improvement. "Strong initial interest in the National Solar Permitting Database makes it clear that people want to address permitting obstacles but aren't quite sure where to start," said James Tong, senior director at Clean Power Finance and project lead. "This study provides valuable data that will help identify areas for improvement and cooperation that will bring down costs for everyone and advance the adoption of solar."
Largest Survey of Solar Installers Demonstrates Real-World Impacts of Permitting Red Tape
WIRSOL and Greenpower Capital form Joint Venture for funding Mega-Solar Projects
JLM Energy Inc. and Lake Wind Power Announce Integrated Partnership for Renewable Energy Commercial Applications
Breakthrough Renewable Energy Products Available for New York and Wyoming
These products can be used in any types of boilers. Heat recovery steam generators are related to renewable energy because they can use a gas turbine to produce high reliability electricity, allowing them to be greener and energy self-reliant.
MOTECH's manufactured-in-Delaware solar panels used by EnterSolar for large Ultrachem PV installation in Delaware
The system was installed on the roof of Ultrachem's Corporate Headquarters located in New Castle, Delaware and will generate enough energy to serve the entire annual electricity needs of the Ultrachem facility.
A historic inn aims to attract environmentally conscious guests and save money, too, with the first solar photovoltaic system to generate clean electricity at a Virginia bed & breakfast.
Gain full access to bioprocessing facility at Bio-based Chemicals Conference and Exhibition
Student-friendly online format for convenient distance learning; Seminars and workshops for general public round off curriculum
Atlanta Geothermal dealer, Ecomech LLC., achieves WaterFurnace GeoPro Designation
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Baja Carports offers an extensive solar support system product line customized to customers' site specifications by in-house engineers, meeting their parking lot coverage, plus optimal PV production needs. Baja's Full Cantilever Tee is often paired with its Semi and Full Cantilever carports to meet live/loads up to 60psf and wind speeds to 160mph. All Baja products are pre-fabricated, bolted connections, pre-galvanized structural steel for fast on-site installation and project aesthetic requirements."