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Wall Street Journal: Many supporters say the abrupt end date of the 30% credit represents a “cliff” for the industry. Without the current incentive, they argue, installation of solar-power systems will plummet, and thousands of jobs in the industry will be lost as a result. Others, however, argue that the cliff isn’t as steep as it appears, and that solar will continue to grow even without the 30% credit—albeit not as quickly as before. Amit Ronen, director of the GW Solar Institute and a professor at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy at George Washington University, argues that the end of the 30% credit will send solar off a cliff. John Farrell, director of the Democratic Energy initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, says the impact of the tax credit is overstated and the solar market will continue to rise. Full Article:
BY SHANNON EDDY, Special to The Bee: As the seventh-largest economy in the world and a clean-energy leader, California plays a key role in shaping the global response to climate change. The benefits of our leadership will be on the world stage later this month during the international climate talks in Paris. Over several decades, California has successfully advanced the development of renewable energy resources. As a result, the state boasts the highest concentration of solar projects in the nation, including several of the world’s largest. Large-scale solar power plants are enabling California to meet the goals of reducing carbon emissions to 1990 levels by 2020 and generating 50 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. Eleakis & Elder Photography As with any fast-growing, successful industry, it’s essential to ask questions about unintended consequences. We agree it is important to evaluate how the environmental benefits of large-scale solar – carbon reduction, reduced water use and improved local air quality – compare to any negative consequences for people and the environment. Cont'd...
Awarded US Department of Energy program to test breakthrough concept in water desalination ---Designing innovative process to compress, stream and cool air, salt and ice mixture that separates salt from ice ---New solution draws from the GE Store, integrating GE's experience with steam turbine, oil & gas compressors, 3D printing and water processing
Efficient Energy of Tennessee and San Francisco-based CivicSolar are project partners
DEWA completes training of 127 engineers and technicians of Electrical & Solar PV Consultants and Contractors
DEWA provides specialised training courses to engineers and technicians who are employed by photovoltaic (PV) companies.
Leaked letter & evidence session exposes folly of attack on British solar power
The project is one of the largest of its kind in the western United States, drawing attention from leading energy companies worldwide.
From the Department of Energy - On Veterans Day, we honor the more than 21 million living American veterans. Here at the Department of Energy, we are honored to have the opportunity to express our gratitude to veterans of previous wars, welcome home those who have recently served, and thank the future veterans who still stand sentry for our nation. The Department of Energy is working hard to open doors to career opportunities for veterans in the dynamic solar industry, which now employs more than 174,000 people -- more than auto and light truck manufacturing -- and has been adding jobs 20 times faster than the wider economy. Already, we are proud that veterans make up more than 10 percent of the solar industry workforce. Cont'd...
Interior Department, State of California Announce Innovative Strategy for Renewable Energy and Conservation on Public Lands in California Desert
Renewable energy milestone continues to advance Administration's clean energy goals in push toward Paris climate discussions
Magerack has added a new product, Flat Tile Hook for only $6.90. It comes with an optional flashing, which is the first in the market for flat tile hook. It is only $8.50 for both flat tile hook and flashing. The system is bonded and grounded without using any WEEB or bonding jumper.
The company seeks to raise $50,000 in forty days to fund staff training, initial projects, and startup costs.
Ballard Power Systems announced that it has successfully closed a $5 million strategic equity investment in the Company by Nisshinbo Holdings Inc., an "Environmental and Energy Company" Group in Japan, as previously announced by Ballard on October 27, 2015.
Clean Edge Report, Getting to 100, Highlights Rising Renewable Energy Commitments Among Governments And Corporations
Executive Briefing Stresses Need for All-of-the-Above Clean Energy Approach to Reach 100% Renewable Electricity Targets
Korea's Commitment Creates Long Term Export Opportunities for U.S. & Canada
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