AllCell Consortium Launches Jordan Solar EV Project with Nissan

The cleantech consortium unveiled the off-grid solar charging station in Amman, Jordan as the first step in a broader strategy to address Jordan's energy security and dependency on imported oil.

New Poll: 9 out of 10 Americans Support Solar, Across Political Spectrum

Survey by Kelton Research finds continued widespread public support for development of solar energy, federal incentives for solar, across political spectrum.

GEA Geothermal Energy Expo 2011 Closes with Record Attendance: Amid Exciting Industry Growth, a call for Leadership from Washington

Industry will reconvene in Reno in 2012

SDG&E joins with local school to launch 25th clean energy project

The three megawatts of clean energy is equal to: NOT driving a car 8.4 million miles, powering 2,000 homes, saving 6.4 million pounds of greenhouse gases each year, planting 98,000 trees or removing 722 cars from the road.

SolarWorld solar panels ready to power center modeling world advance in sustainable building

Solar phase finished at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens expansion in Pittsburgh HILLSBORO, Ore., October 31, 2011

SLOAN GLOBAL HOLDINGS, LLC ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF AZTEC SOLAR POWER, LLC

Adding Solar Energy Powers Up Sloan's Portfolio of Environmentally Friendly Solutions

SolarWorld recognized as renewable-energy industry leader on sustainability, transparency

Company first in independent rankings of environmental and financial reporting HILLSBORO, Ore., Oct. 28, 2011

Saft to deliver containerized Li-ion energy storage to Hawaii

Saft, a world leader in the design and manufacture of high technology batteries, announces that its advanced Li-ion energy storage system (ESS) has been selected to support a new energy storage project on the Big Island of Hawaii.

ECO2 WIND IN JOINT VENTURE FOR £6M WINDFARM

Renewable energy provider Eco2 Wind has formed Merepark Eco2 Wind EIS Limited with developer, co-investor and asset manager Merepark, to build a £6 million onshore wind farm in North Aberdeenshire.

Beacon Power: Another energy loan gone bad

Another alternative energy company that received a loan guarantee from the U.S. government has filed for bankruptcy. Beacon Power, which makes energy storage devices used to help the power grid become more efficient, filed for bankruptcy protection Sunday, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company received a $43 million loan guarantee from the Department of Energy last August. "This latest failure is a sharp reminder that DOE has fallen well short of delivering the stimulus jobs that were promised," Florida Republican Rep. Cliff Stearns said in a statement Sunday night. "Now taxpayers find themselves millions of more dollars in the hole." Stearns is leading an investigation into the bankruptcy of Solyndra, a solar panel maker that received a $535 million government loan guarantee last year. The Beacon bankruptcy will likely only make that investigation more urgent.

Solar Energy USA Announces 100kW Solar Project In Texas

Solar Energy USA today announced plans to install a 435 panel 100.05kW solar array in Waco, Texas. The project will be the largest solar install in Waco and will generate an estimated 138,943kWh worth of solar power in the first year of operation.

LG ELECTRONICS INVESTS IN NORTH AMERICA SOLAR BUSINESS WITH HIGH-EFFICIENCY MODULES

As LG Solar's U.S. division crosses the one-year mark, the company is further bolstering its commitment in the U.S. marketplace by unveiling its next-generation high-efficiency modules under the "Something Ready" marketing campaign.

How Gemasolar changed the landscape for CSP

Torresol Energy's Gemasolar tower plant represents one of the most important milestones in the history of CSP, the audience of a recent CSP Today webinar has heard.

Smart Grids pilot project - Fronius contributes to safe grid operation

In Eberstalzell in beautiful Upper Austria, a demonstration Smart Grid system will be set up along with the largest photovoltaic (PV) research power plant in Austria. Because the use of renewable energy carriers is growing day-by-day, Fronius wants to be well-equipped for what the future holds.

Wind energy driving down consumer electric rates

Wind energy is more affordable than ever, and new installations across the country are saving consumers money on their electric bills, as utilities rush to lock in long-term favorable rates. "This is what a successful business looks like with stable tax policy. Utilities are locking in a great deal for their electric customers while it's available. We're keeping rates down all across the U.S., even in the heart of the South," said Denise Bode, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), pointing to recent wind power purchases by the Southern Company in Alabama, Austin Energy in Texas, and Xcel in Colorado as examples. The U.S. wind industry installed just over 1,200 megawatts (MW) in the third quarter, and about 3,360 MW on the year so far – but has more than 8,400 MW under construction. That is more than in any quarter since 2008, as the federal Production Tax Credit has driven as much as $20 billion a year in private investment.  "This shows what we're capable of: adding new, affordable electric generation," said Bode. "Traditional tax incentives are working. There's a lot of business right now, people are employed, and manufacturers are looking to expand here in the U.S."  

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