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AIRE Receives Ispq Continuing Education Provider Accreditation From IREC

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 helps green the nation by investing $350M in Green Mountain

NRG Energy acquires Green Mountain in order to help grow the nation's clean energy, win-win for both companies and environment.

A new, shiny look for French cosmetics, Bleu Vert—Solar PV power

Bleu Vert joins Intel, Kohl's and Dell on list of companies using solar power, with two new solar PV plants at its headquarters

GE's $500M plans for Brazil oil and gas, renewable energy and mining

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.

Benefits of fuel cells for renewable energy over wind and solar power

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.

Lunera Lighting Vice President Tom Quinn to Participate in Green Debate at GreenBuild Expo 2010

Panel will Discuss the Issue of Hype v. Reality in LED Technology

SMA America and UL Partner for Transformerless Inverter Workshop at Solar Power International

Free training session focused on how transformerless inverters in ungrounded PV systems can be safer than grounded arrays.

GE To Buy 25,000 Electric Cars

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 ACHIEVES DUAL NABCEP CERTIFICATION

"Cape Fear Solar Systems, LLC is Wilmington, NC's first and only NABCEP Certified Solar PV & Thermal Installer."

Solectria Renewables Delivers Over 8.5MW Commercial and SmartGrid PV Inverters in Massachusetts

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.

DOE Launches New Website to Bring Energy Technology Information to the Public

The data and tools housed on the free, editable and evolving wiki-platform will be used by government officials, the private sector, project developers, the international community, and others to help deploy clean energy technologies across the country and around the world.

Eco-fatigue? Green No Longer Red Hot Says One Media Study?

Green marketing, a movement so hot that not even a deep recession could kill it, is starting to show signs of consumer revolt. At the very least, it's a signal that green alone isn't enough of a marketing proposition; at most, it could signal consumers simply aren't buying the benefits of environmentally positioned products and brands. In recent months, sales have begun to slow in categories such as green cleaners and grow in not-so-sustainable ones like bottled water as shoppers decide they may not be worth the tradeoff. And a September study showed big swings in the number of consumers who believe environmentally friendly alternatives are too expensive, don't work as well as other products and aren't actually better for the environment — all of which seem to add up to what Timothy Kenyon, director of the GfK Roper Green Gauge study calls "green fatigue."

Are Wind Resources Really on the Decline?

AWS Truepower questions reported evidence of widespread diminishing wind speeds.

UMA Solar Announces First and Only NSF-61 Plastic Polymer Solar Collectors

UMA Solar is proud to announce that Heliocol, MAXG and SunStar solar collectors are the only plastic polymer panels qualified for potable (drinking) water applications as per NSF-61.

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LG Solar Unveils NeON R with Enhanced Aesthetics and Energy Savings

LG Solar Unveils NeON R with Enhanced Aesthetics and Energy Savings

The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.