Siemens secures first wind turbine orders in Africa

Siemens Energy has secured its first wind turbine orders with a total capacity of 100 MW in Africa. Nareva Holding and Siemens signed a contract for the delivery of a total of 44 wind turbines for the Haouma and Foum El Oued Wind Power Plants in Morocco. The scope of supply includes the delivery, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, as well as a 5-year service contract for each project. Both wind power plants are expected to commence commercial operation by summer 2013. Africa is an emerging wind market with Morocco currently being number two in installations.

BlueChip Energy to Provide Solar Energy Systems for New KB Home Community in Florida

National Homebuilder Introduces Solar Power as Standard Feature in Select Communities

Solar-powered car, SolarWorld GT, sets out on U.S. leg of first round-the-world journey

Road trip will include university stops in California, Arizona, Texas and Florida

Aries Ingeniería y Sistemas and Wind To Power System launch integrated LVRT retrofit solution for PV power plants in Spain

Aries Ingeniería y Sistemas and Wind To Power System (w2pS) have signed an exclusive partnership agreement consolidating their position in the market as technological frontrunners in the development and deployment of solutions in the renewable energy sector. --- Both companies will join forces to provide a comprehensive ‘one stop shop' solution that allows for the adaptation of photovoltaic (PV) power plants to the requirements of the Spanish legislation for Low Voltage Ride Through (LVRT) compensation.

Solar Industry Submits Comments on Draft Rules for Solar Development on Public Lands

The draft PEIS was issued by the Bureau of Land Management in the U.S. Department of the Interior.

U.S. Department of Commerce finds massive surge of Chinese solar imports, triggering 90-day retroactivity if it finds duties are warranted

‘Critical circumstances' finding by Commerce marks first time that agency has issued ruling ahead of preliminary countervailing-duty determination

South Africa: Solar investment appeal

The recent increase in South Africa's power tariffs in, together with greater policy and regulatory certainty has made the country a more attractive renewable energy investment prospect than ever.

Solar Stocks Commentary with J Peter Lynch; Market Continues to turn Positive

New York, NY - January 30, 2012 (Investorideas.com renewable energy stocks newswire) www.Investorideas.com, a leader in renewable energy and cleantech stock research for independent investors issues market and solar stocks commentary from solar expert, J. Peter Lynch, a regular columnist at Investor

Natural Power to provide Commercial Back Office Support Service on Hall Wind Farm for RidgeWind

Natural Power has been appointed to provide Commercial Back Office Support Services on Hall Wind Farm for renewable energy development company RidgeWind.

Solar PV calculator services now introduced in Surrey

When you are looking to for an alternative power source you can simply go on with the solar panels that can be an environment friendly source of power. With solar PV Calculator you can know your exact power needs.

GRC Announces New Board of Directors

Patrick Hanson and Andrew Sabin join the new Geothermal Resources Council Board of Directors

Ballard Signs MOU With Tata Motors To Power Clean Fuel Cell Bus Demonstrations In India

12 fuel cell stacks to power buses in multiple cities

U.S. Department of Energy Selects Santa Clara University to Compete in 2013 Solar Decathlon

Santa Clara's undergraduate engineering students will go up against some tough schools, such as Stanford, University of Southern California, and California Institute of Technology.

ONYX Signs MOU to Acquire 25% of "Plug-N-Play" Co-Developer

The financial terms of the acquisition will be settled upon the completion of ONYX's Due Diligence review of Optimum's existing operations and future valuations.

National Solar Power Announces Solar Farm Agreement with Liberty County, Florida

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