Residential Solar adds to Property Value

On average, a California solar system will pay for itself within five to 10 years, depending on the size of the system. However, if the system is leased and homeowners put little down upfront, the solar system will begin paying for itself on day one, creating instant savings.

Creating a new eCommerce B2B Global Solar and Renewable Energy Marketplace

The iSolar Exchange online marketplace is designed to create a secure site that connects the entire supply, manufacture, and delivery channels for solar and renewable energy products and services - worldwide. That's all we do - that's all we focus on.

3D Solar Technology Improves Efficiency

In current technology about 30% of the light is reflected back into space. We have created a 3-dimentional structure in the silicon that virtually eliminates reflection by causing the light to bounce around within the structure until it is fully absorbed.

Eaton to Develop Predictive Battery Management Technology for Hybrid Vehicles

A cost-effective power control system to reduce the size of the system battery without a loss of battery life or vehicle performance.

Coulomb Technologies' ChargePoint Named as a 2013 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum

ChargePoint, the Electric Vehicle Charging Network Leader, Recognized for Potential to Transform the Future of Business and Society

Minnesota's Largest Solar Array Now Plugged-in Atop IKEA Store as Company Reaches a Solar Presence of 70% of Its U.S. Locations

This installation represents the 31st completed solar project for IKEA in the U.S., with eight locations underway, making the eventual U.S. solar presence of IKEA nearly 89% of its U.S. locations with a total generation of 38 MW

Gilligan's Island Gets a Solar Makeover from SolarCity

New Solar System on Coconut Island Expected to Save University of Hawai'i More Than $2 Million on Utility Bills

Vela Solaris Releases Polysun Online: Plan Your Solar Installations on Your Mobile Devices

Enabling users to run their system simulations directly on the Internet.

Caleffi Introduces the StarMax V™ Series Solar Collectors

SUCCESSFUL START FOR THE INTERSOLAR SOUTH AMERICA SUMMIT

Speakers from around the world discussed the future of the South American solar industry watched by 215 conference attendees.

Port Louis goes green with first 50 kWp PV site by SETL and The meeco Group's Joint Venture

SETL of Mauritius and the Swiss meeco Group about to reach megawatt installed capacity in Mauritius

Advanced Solar Photonics Introduces Integrated Solar Array for PV Systems to Reduce Costs

Innovative Product to Debut at Solar Power International 2012 in Orlando, Florida, September 10-13

GE Celebrates 300 Wind Turbines Installed in Brazil

Brazil Installations Projected to Double over next Two Years----- GE Service Centers to Open in Rio Grande do Norte and Bahia, Employing 100 Technicians----- Best Producing Fleet in the Industry Exceeds Performance Expectations

Northern States Metals Announces Intention to Buy Solar Tracker Assets from OPEL Technologies, Inc.

The OPEL Tracker technology is a proven system that is designed to increase the yield of a Photovoltaic System by up to 30 percent.

RTI International Develops New Low Cost, High Efficiency Solar Technology

Researchers at RTI International have developed a new solar technology that could make solar energy more affordable, and thus speed-up its market adoption. The RTI solar cells are formed from solutions of semiconductor particles, known as colloidal quantum dots, and can have a power conversion efficiency that is competitive to traditional cells at a fraction of the cost. Solar energy has the potential to be a renewable, carbon-neutral source of electricity but the high cost of photovoltaics – the devices that convert sunlight into electricity – has slowed widespread adoption of this resource. The RTI-developed solar cells were created using low-cost materials and processing techniques that reduce the primary costs of photovoltaic production, including materials, capital infrastructure and energy associated with manufacturing. Preliminary analysis of the material costs of the technology show that it can be produced for less than $20 per square meter—as much as 75 percent less than traditional solar cells.

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