After a decade of wrangling, developer John Rosenthal will break ground today with his ambitious plan to build a solar-powered neighborhood near Fenway Park, filling several acres of parking lots with apartments, offices, stores, and a revamped transit station. The five-building complex, known as Fenway Center, will be unlike anything now standing in Boston, with solar panels to generate much of its electricity. The development will fill a large void between Brookline Avenue and Beacon Street, along and over the Massachusetts Turnpike, and result in the construction of new roads that will improve travel around the neighborhood. “This is going to turn ugly, underutilized parking lots into a world-class neighborhood,’’ Rosenthal said. He won city approval for the project in 2009 and has since been working to get state permits and secure financing in the down economy. While private funding for the $450 million project is not locked down, the groundbreaking kicks off the public transportation improvements that will help clear the way for the development.
Gloucester, Massachusetts, November 9, 2010 - Comdel, Inc., leading supplier of RF and DC power supplies and process instruments to the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, announces the CLB Series of power supplies which provide varying output frequency in a superior low frequency design.
New ISO 9001 certified panels have more power and a higher voltage for micro-inverter compatibility
Wind Energy is our future
Personal frustrations lead to creating a business
American Institute of Renewable Energy received ISPQ Continuing Education Provider Accreditation from Interstate Renewable Energy Council. IREC is the North American Licensee for the ISPQ Standard for Accreditation & Certification of renewable energy continuing education providers.
NRG Energy acquires Green Mountain in order to help grow the nation's clean energy, win-win for both companies and environment.
Bleu Vert joins Intel, Kohl's and Dell on list of companies using solar power, with two new solar PV plants at its headquarters
General Electric hopes to accelerate technology partnerships with top companies of Brazil across various industries. In order to accomplish this goal, GE is investing an impressive $500 million in the expansion of its operations into Brazil.
The San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant, the largest advanced wastewater-treatment facility in the Western U.S., will soon be home to a 1.4-megawatt DFC1500 power plant, designed by FuelCell Energy, Inc.
Panel will Discuss the Issue of Hype v. Reality in LED Technology
Free training session focused on how transformerless inverters in ungrounded PV systems can be safer than grounded arrays.
GE said on Thursday that it will buy 25,000 electric vehicles for its fleet through 2015 in the "largest-ever" purchase of electric cars. GE will begin with a purchase of 12,000 Chevy Volts from General Motors Co. The purchases will begin in 2011, said GE. GE says that because of its size and technology the company is uniquely positioned to bring the electric vehicles into the mainstream. GE Chief Executive Jeff Immelt said the purchase will help to "move electric vehicles from anticipation to action." "Wide-scale adoption of electric vehicles will also drive clean energy innovation, strengthen energy security and deliver economic value," he said. GM Chief Executive Daniel Akerson described the deal with GE as "a marriage made in heaven" for both corporations." "We're interested in [GE's] watt station, their charging stations," said Akerson. "It dovetails well with this electric vehicle [the Volt] and electric vehicle development across the automobile industry." GE has a current fleet of 30,000 vehicles which are used by GE employees to conduct their business. The conglomerate said it "will add other [electric] vehicles as manufacturers bring them to market." The Chevrolet Volt is expected to roll off production lines later this month.
"Cape Fear Solar Systems, LLC is Wilmington, NC's first and only NABCEP Certified Solar PV & Thermal Installer."
Lawrence, MA - November 9, 2010 - Solectria Renewables, LLC, the leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today the delivery of over 8.5MW Commercial (PVI 60-100kW) and SmartGrid (SGI 225-500kW) PV Inverters for projects across Massachusetts.
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