Canadian Solar and Bank of China Enter Into A C$120 Million Construction Financing Agreement for Solar Power Plant Development in Ontario
The loan facility will be used to support the construction of solar power projects owned by Canadian Solar and which are expected to be built during 2012, 2013, and into 2014
1Q wind power results: Production Tax Credit proves effective at driving installations as expiration looms
First quarter installations jump 50 percent from 2011, but policy uncertainty by end of year threatens 37,000 jobs
Photovoltaic Systems on Track to Reach Grid Parity and Reduce Global Dependence on Fossil Fuels
Provides High-Power, Industry-Leading Arc Handling Technology for Advanced Processing
Increasing the lucrative self-consumption of solar power with lithium-ion batteries Franco-German research project Sol-ion yields first results on practicality
Market entry of battery storage systems is imminent. Use of solar power set to become decoupled from production.
Algasol, collaborating with NASA and Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, will bundle its offering with OriginOil's Algae Appliance(TM)
Authorized Installer, Mountain View Solar, continues streak of W.V. solar milestones
The InstaRack is quick to install and has the least number of parts of all racking systems currently on the market
Founder of DEGERenergie becomes independent of the grid MLD tracking supplies all electricity for private home
Artur Deger generates all the solar energy he needs for his house, office and two electric cars, keeping his electricity costs stable on the current level for the next 25 years
The meeco Group joins Solar-Ernte-Technik Ltd (SETL) of the Leal Group to present sun2live at Mauritius largest trade fair
Solar and energy storage solutions by meeco at 2012 edition of "Salon de la Maison"
Enel Green Power Signs Financing Agreement With EKF For Three Wind Farms In Romania, USA, And Brazil
A 180 million euro financing agreement was finalized with the Danish government's Export Credit Agency ("EKF")
The $1.3 million (CAD) project will begin installation in May and has a target completion date for July 2012
A new independent research report released today by the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, found that solar energy is following the same path to commercialization as other traditional energy sources spurred by federal incentives. The study, titled "Assessment of Incentives and Employment Impacts of Solar Industry Deployment," also estimates that the U.S. solar industry could employ hundreds of thousands of Americans by the end of the decade. Like oil, coal, natural gas, nuclear, and all other traditional energy sources, the Baker Center finds, solar has received support from the federal government to promote its usage in order to drive our economy. In fact, according to the report, diffusion of solar energy technology in the energy markets is very similar to the paths that many American industries have traveled to become mainstream. Unlike more mature technologies, however, that continue to receive subsidies, solar energy is currently in a very early phase of its growth trajectory.
In the past year, Solar Energy International has served more than 200 students and solar professionals through the SEI Online Continuing Education Series by offering short, topic-based online sessions.
The battery storage capabilities enable the jail to purchase power during non-peak hours from the local utility and store the reserves—a process that will end up saving the jail nearly $100,000 dollars per year.
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