4th Annual Ontario Feed-In Tariff Forum

Canadian Clean Energy Conferences is a Quebec-based company that aims to support and further the development of Canada's renewable energy industry through world class business-to-business conferences, CEO think tanks and training workshops

Community-Shared Solar Case Studies Profile Different Approaches:

A Win for Energy Consumers in Each Model

Global Integrated Facilities Management Market offers Immense Potential, Says Frost & Sullivan

Continued trend towards outsourcing and service integration will sustain growth momentum

Shaner Industries' Steel Foundations Support Large Solar Dish Assemblies In Limited Access Area

Installation was quick and easy with minimal clean up and no spoils to haul away.

Solar PV power in harmony with nature – new WWF report says land requirements are insignificant

PV power plants provide considerable environmental benefits, including a low carbon footprint and a short energy pay-back time.

SeaRoc appointed Principal Contractor on EDF Energy Renewable's Teesside Offshore Wind Farm

The project has now also reached an important milestone with the installation of the project's first turbine.

Call for Papers and Registration Open for 39th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference

Industry leaders to gather in Tampa for longest-running technical solar conference, June 16-21

Tri City Christian first Vista school to implement solar energy

160 kW solar PV system part of school's environmental stewardship mission; energy savings hedge against tuition increases

Ken Salazar's legacy includes push for wind, solar energy

When Ken Salazar came into office as Interior secretary, no large-scale solar projects had been approved and the offshore Cape Wind project near the Massachusetts coast had been stalled for years. Since then, Salazar has overseen the first major push to permit renewable energy development on public lands, with Interior giving green lights to dozens of solar, wind, geothermal and transmission projects. Interior's moves were part of a broad green energy initiative that became one of the most-debated features of Obama's first term. Some industry groups have been pressing the administration to switch its emphasis to fossil fuels in the second term so as to capitalize on the boom in domestic oil and natural gas production brought about by technologies such as fracking. In late October, the administration used the approval of a Wyoming site for a 3,000-megawatt wind farm to celebrate the fact that a combined total of 10 gigawatts of renewable energy had won approval on public lands. That particular project still must go through site-specific environmental reviews. “When President Obama took office, he made expanding production of American-made energy a priority, including making our nation a world leader in harnessing renewable energy,” Salazar said at the time.

White Sands Missile Range Home to U.S. Army's Largest Solar Power System

Solar Energy to Provide 10% of Installation Power Needs

SOLAR INDUSTRY ANNOUNCES AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN US SOLAR POWER GENERATION

Solar Power Generation USA Awards Recognize Projects and Breakthroughs Leading the Next Stage of American Solar.

Everybody Solar Honored As 2012 Top-Rated NonProfit

New GreatNonprofits.org Award is Based on Positive Online Reviews for Nonprofit Everybody Solar.

QUICK PROJECT FEASIBILITY ESTIMATE WITH PV GROUNDBREAKER™ APP

Schletter and STÖHR + SAUER work together to create PV Groundbreaker, an on-line tool for estimating peak power generation of a ground mount PV array in minutes.

AMSC D-VAR® Solution Selected to Enhance Grid Reliability in China

The D-VAR system is being used to connect a 35kV bus line to the substation while regulating voltage, mitigating transient voltage deviations, ensuring high power quality and improving grid stability.

Photovoltaic Module Shipments Surge in the Fourth Quarter of 2012

2013 will be the year of the turnaround

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