The Great Recession caused the economic situation to worsen in 2009, lowering consumer spending as well as decreasing the demand in the solar thermal industry. Slowly in 2010
Solar Energy International presents solar training workshops in Rocklin, California
Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario has completed construction of its new seven-story Canal Building, which contains a number of environmentally-friendly features, including 10 kW solar installation and a green roof. The building, the first of a pair that sits near the Hartwell Locks on the Ride
WASHINGTON, DC - Following tonight's State of the Union Address in which President Obama called for a focus on investment and policies to grow America's clean energy economy, the leaders of the Sustainable Energy & Environment Coalition (SEEC) welcomed the President's remarks.
President Barack Obama nudged lawmakers on Tuesday night to take another swing at several high-profile energy ideas, including phasing out of billions of dollars in oil subsidies, ramping up use of biofuels and electric vehicles and setting a nationwide goal for "clean energy sources" that includes nuclear and "clean coal." Obama suggested the White House will also continue to push efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions - although he didn't use the phrase climate change - and promote clean energy technologies despite the death of cap-and-trade legislation last year. The president sought to make a direct link between economic growth and clean energy policies, while studiously avoiding picking favorites among several different power sources that can quickly prompt bitter regional fights, as well as partisan ones.
Ontario's SunSations Energy, Inc. (SunSations) has announced that it will exhibit its dual-axis tracking systems for ground-mounted solar energy installations at this year's Canadian International Farm Show in Toronto. Ontario has created a booming solar industry that includes renewable energy jobs
Enfinity, a leading international solar power project developer, begins the new year by announcing three solar photovoltaic (PV) installations in California.
Enfinity, a leading international solar power project developer, is taking a simple but important message out into the solar industry: the company is in the market to buy solar projects.
GlacialLight's all-new Lyra Series GL-A19 LED bulbs can fit into standard E26/E27 sockets as a direct replacement for traditional A19 incandescent bulbs, offering long-lasting hours, low power consumption, eco-friendliness and green technologies
Carmanah Technologies is providing 70 EverGEN 1710 solar LED lighting systems to illuminate Haxton Way Trail for the Lummi Nation Indian Reservation. The EverGEN solar lighting systems are being deployed to improve the safety of pedestrians that use a popular three-mile long pathway across wetlands.
Six-figure up-front savings achieved by shifting array wiring away from traditional series-wired string architecture
A loop of SkyTrough concentrating solar collectors, commissioned at SEGS II in January 2010, continues to operate with the high efficiency forecast by NREL tests. This finding was confirmed by independent engineers, Sargent & Lundy.
Helen Hunt and Ed Begley, Jr. to Join Kick Off Event at Participating School for First-of-its-Kind Solar Partnership
What will the next twelve months hold for the thin film industry? Experts have been giving their thoughts on where the market gains will be found in an industry that has a distinctly brighter outlook than it saw in 2010.
Students at Fort Francis High School (Fort High) in Fort Francis, Ontario will soon benefit from a new 116 kW solar energy installation. The system will afford pupils hands-on opportunities to learn about renewable energy, and it will also aid their training indirectly since the system will generat
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