Statement by Susan Greene, president of the American Solar Energy Society
The world's second-largest zipper manufacturer is going solar with nearly 200 kW on the roof of their North Carolina factory.
Ontario Government Increasing Clean, Renewable Power
19 January 2012. The 1st International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry, SHC 2012 in San Francisco, will feature the IEA's presentation of their forthcoming roadmap on solar heating and cooling. For all conference topics, abstracts can still be submitted until 31 January 2012.
Certification part of the newly developed lean production system
Masdar and International Water Association collaborate to provide global platform for water solutions --- Inaugural summit to be held alongside World Future Energy Summit 2013
Homebuyers Enthusiastic About Net-Zero Energy Homes
PETRA SOLAR AND ENVIROMENA ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP SOLAR AND SMART GRID IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
Strategic partnership will advance sustainability and grid reliability in the MENA region
23-Megawatt Contract is Largest Solar Equipment Supply Project Agreement in the Midwest --- Located Adjacent to Invenergy's Grand Ridge Wind Project --- Further Expands GE's Leadership in Renewable Energy Space with 27-Gigawatts Installed Globally --- Adding Solar to 10 Percent of GE's Global Wind Turbine Installed Base, Would Sell Out GE's Recently Announced 400 Megawatt Solar Panel Factory in Colorado for Six Years
Valle 1 and Valle 2 will produce 320 GWh per year
Designed to reduce the uncertainty generated by the ongoing feed-in tariff adjustments, the Solar Power UK Roadshow 2012 will travel countrywide addressing industry's most pressing concerns.
PROINSO has added to its catalogue SCHOTT Solar PV solar modules, which will be supplied by all ten PROINSO branches around the world and its International Network of Qualified Installers.
The flurry of activity seen in the last 6 months demonstrates that CSP is a young but rapidly-evolving industry
500 MW Annual Capacity Mounting Structure for Utility Scale Solar Farm
The United States has regained its place as the world's number one investor in clean energy, reclaiming the top spot from China, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. In 2011, U.S. total investment in clean energy surged to $55.9 billion, up 33 percent from 2010; China saw investment rise just 1 percent to $47.4 billion over the same time period. This is the first time that the U.S. - and not China - has held the number one spot since 2008. Bloomberg attributes the increase in U.S.investment in large part to support initiatives such as the federal loan guarantee program and a Treasury grant program which have now expired. The country's principal remaining support measure for renewable energy, the Production Tax Credit, is currently also scheduled to fall away at the end of 2012 unless it is extended. As a result, Bloomberg suggests that there may be a rush to get projects completed in 2012, followed by a slump in investment in 2013, if the credit does, in fact, expire. Vestas, the world's largest maker of wind turbines in terms of revenue, warned that 1,600 U.S. jobs were at risk if clean energy tax credits were not extended past the end of this year.
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