In order be recognized as a San Francisco Green Business, a business must "meet environmental standards in four areas: waste reduction, water conservation, pollution prevention and energy conservation.
Isolated Inverter Provides Protection and the Highest Efficiency in the Industry
Newest module types and mounting systems part of innovative, customer-focused SPI showcase; MAGE SOLAR ACADEMY now also offering convenient online courses
Visitors can experience the latest additions to MAGE SOLAR's exciting complete system solutions at Booth 3119 from September 11-13 at the Orange County Convention Center.
White Paper Helps Green Building Professionals Quickly and Easily Understand How to Use Renewable Energy to Earn LEED Points
Output Stimuli with Waveform Generation: Sine, Swept Sine, Random Noise
Solar Modules Harness Power from the Abundant Island Sun to Provide Electricity
SSX Ontario conference to focus on new opportunities and challenges - Toronto, September 6-7, 2012
Industry's #1 solar optimizer first to be officially bankable
PV capacity for installations doubled in 2011 compared to 2010
• Module sales at 110 megawatts, sales at € 145.5m • EBITDA at € 0.5m • Net cash flow at € 7.0m in Q2 2012, continued to be positive
Insight for a Green Energy Future
Renewable Energy Corporation will present product innovations and technical achievements, as well as its unique REC Partner and Professional Programs at Solar Power International 2012
ClarySolar: the San Diego Based solar design and installation firm joined the elite group of the top 500 private companies in the US. The Inc. Magazine in its recent publication ranked ClarySolar 295th on the "Inc.500" list in 2012.
Developed by the Smart Grid Observer, the Distributed Generation Virtual Summit on August 23 is a one-day, 100% online event designed to help utilities understand the challenges and opportunities posed by distributed generation, and leverage it effectively as a tool for coping with load growth.
New U.S. wind power installations are expected to be substantially higher in 2012 than 2011, driven by the threat of expiring federal incentives, a report says. While facing policy uncertainty beyond 2012, the United States remained one of the fastest-growing wind power markets in the world in 2011, second only to China, a report prepared by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy said. With around 6.8 gigawatts of new wind power capacity connected to the U.S. grid in 2011, wind power comprised 32 percent of all new U.S. electric capacity additions for the year, the report said. Projections are for continued strong growth in 2012, followed by dramatically lower additions in 2013 following the expiration of key federal incentives, a Department of Energy release announcing the report said Tuesday. Low natural gas prices and modest electricity demand growth threaten to dramatically slow new builds in 2013 and beyond, despite recent improvements in the cost and performance of wind power technology, the report's authors said.
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