Lighting Maryland homes with power from giant turbines off Ocean City moved closer to reality Thursday as federal officials announced they are ready to go forward with leasing vast areas along the Mid-Atlantic coast for wind farms. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said at a news conference at Baltimore's Inner Harbor that his staff found that no significant impact to the environment, shipping or other activities would result from letting developers start studies and plans for harnessing ocean winds from New Jersey to Virginia. Salazar, who had pledged more than a year ago to streamline the regulatory process for putting turbines offshore, said his Bureau of Ocean Energy Management would start soliciting bids for leasing up to 80,000 acres off Maryland. Eight companies or partnerships had expressed interest in 2010. "This is not going to be something that's going to be waiting around for multiple years," Salazar said. "We'll have those leases issued by the end of 2012."
First Stop Loss Point Triggered for 2012 Solar Stocks Portfolio; Yingli Green Energy Holding (NYSE:Y
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The two-array system is the largest solar project financed through the commercial tax assessment program
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Arizona's Buckeye Union High School District Dedicates 4.29-Megawatt Solar Generation Project from Constellation Energy
Solar Power Systems Designed to Generate Enough Electricity to Power Three High Schools, Meeting up to 70 Percent of the District's Electricity Needs
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Development of dry-land aquaculture could transform desert farm economies of the American Southwest and Mexico
Vestas Agrees to Continued Support of Global Science and Technology Program
High efficiency modules enable the development of the 4.5 acre solar farm on property not usable for aviation purposes
This year, together with the Indianapolis Super Bowl XLVI Host Committee, the NFL has extended the use of 'green‘ power to all six major Super Bowl facilities.
Interest in solar energy in Georgia is at an all-time high thanks to increasing power costs. One local solar installer looks to educate the Forsyth County community about the benefits of adopting solar technology including available state tax incentives and local utility rebates for going solar.
This 400 megawatt (MW) wind park, currently under construction in the German North Sea, is the only offshore project to have ever received a debt financing of over one billion Euros.
Corning PV substrates enable lighter, more efficient thin-film modules
MidAmerican Renewables, LLC Completes Acquisition of 550-MegawattAC Topaz Solar Farm from First Solar
California photovoltaic power plant will generate enough electricity for 160,000 homes
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