First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) announced its EPC team has installed its 10 millionth solar photovoltaic (PV) module in a utility-scale solar power project. The installation took place at the 550 megawattAC (MW) Desert Sunlight Solar Farm solar project that the company is constructing for NextEra Energy Resources and GE Energy Financial Services. First Solar is the largest PV solar power plant construction firm, and was recently recognized by Engineering News-Record as the fifth largest construction firm in the power sector. “Today’s milestone underscores First Solar’s leadership in delivering integrated PV solar power plants, and it’s only just the beginning” The Desert Sunlight project is part of First Solar’s 2.7 gigawattAC (GW) utility-scale solar project pipeline in North America, which will support 7,000 supply chain and construction jobs over the next several years.
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The event is a Florida renewable energy conference held by Florida's largest renewable energy business association, Florida Renewable Energy Producers Association. Attendees range from solar developers, biomass, wind,gov and investors. The event is held on Sanibel Island Florida on July 26-27, 2012
First State RPS to Grant Renewable Heat Energy Same Incentive as Renewable Electricity
Rock Wind, LLC completed the first installation of a remanufactured 250KW Turbine at Eswood School, in Lindenwood IL.
Widespread Approval of the Clenergy Brand and Product Range: The Company Uses the Exhibition as an Important Gateway into the Markets of Europe
India's largest exhibition and conference for the solar industry, INTERSOLAR INDIA 2012 to open its doors once again in November.
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) was established by representatives of the Solar Industry
New York, New York - June 22, 2012 - Solar stocks report at Investorideas.com Investorideas.com, a leader in renewable energy stock research for independent investors releases solar stocks commentary from solar expert, J Peter Lynch following some positive moves in solar stocks FSLR and CSUN today.
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PowerGenix, China City Construction Corporation, and Huainan City Sign Landmark Battery Investment & Cooperation Agreement
The announcement marks an important milestone in the joint venture and brings further validation to the commercialization of NiZn technology for micro-hybrid vehicles.
New type of photovoltaic device harnesses heat radiation that most solar cells ignore. About 40 percent of the solar energy reaching Earth’s surface lies in the near-infrared region of the spectrum — energy that conventional silicon-based solar cells are unable to harness. But a new kind of all-carbon solar cell developed by MIT researchers could tap into that unused energy, opening up the possibility of combination solar cells — incorporating both traditional silicon-based cells and the new all-carbon cells — that could make use of almost the entire range of sunlight’s energy. The new cell is made of two exotic forms of carbon: carbon nanotubes and C60, otherwise known as buckyballs. “This is the first all-carbon photovoltaic cell,” Strano says — a feat made possible by new developments in the large-scale production of purified carbon nanotubes. “It has only been within the last few years or so that it has been possible to hand someone a vial of just one type of carbon nanotube,” he says. In order for the new solar cells to work, the nanotubes have to be very pure, and of a uniform type: single-walled, and all of just one of nanotubes’ two possible symmetrical configurations.
Northern California organic dairy the first in the industry to install solar cogeneration
New solar stars drive continued market expansion
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