Leviathan Wind Energizer Announces New Wind Energy Technology for Fast Climate Change Action and Crowd Funding

The company is raising $1 million to certify the proven and patented technology on a large scale

sPower, SRP Unveil Sandstone Solar

New Project Demonstrates Increasing Affordability of Utility-Scale Solar

altE Adds National Electric Code Review Workshop Day to 2016 Annual Solar Installer Conference

Solar National Electric Code Expert, Dr. Sean White, to provide interactive class for solar installers and electric code inspectors at altE's 2016 Annual Solar Installer Conference

Corvus Energy wins Environmental Award at the 2016 Offshore Support Journal Conference, London.

The Environmental Award sponsored by Nor-Shipping is awarded to a company, project or product that has made a significant contribution to a reduction in the environmental footprint of the OSV industry.

skytron energy chosen for 86.2 MWp PV plant in South Africa

skytron energy's monitoring technology helps to regulate electricity in an energy intensive region

Clean Energy Collective Co-Founds Community Solar Trade Association

Coalition for Community Solar Access to help cultivate community solar market growth.

GE's 6-Megawatt Wind Generator Leaves Factory, Destined to Accelerate Offshore Wind Growth

• The Completed Permanent Magnet Generator (PMG) is the First Generator out of the First Series of 300 Generators to be Manufactured in GE's Offshore Wind Factory in Saint-Nazaire • PMG's Low Component Count and High Redundancy Increase Availability and Reliability, Optimizing Energy Production • GE is Well Positioned to Serve the Offshore Wind Market in France and Worldwide

SolarWorld accepting applications for company's 2016 Junior Einstein Award

SolarWorld, the largest U.S. crystalline-silicon solar manufacturer for more than 40 years, is now accepting applications for its 2016 SolarWorld Junior Einstein Award. The oldest and most prestigious prize for young scientists in the photovoltaic industry will be awarded for the 11th time.

Sunverge Announces Next-Generation Energy Storage System

Smaller size, new battery and power electronics options in fully integrated system

World Smart Energy Week 2016 Opening Next Month in Japan

E Source and SEPA Partner on Residential Solar Rate Design and Communications Initiative

E Source and the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) have joined forces to create a new utility working group focused on sharing best practices in solar rate design and fostering dialogue between utilities and their residential customers regarding the rate-design process.

Spotlight Solar Trees Stand Tall at Orange County, FL Convention Center

Project adds to 1MW rooftop solar system and signals Orlando's commitment to clean energy and sustainability

China Wind Power Blows Past EU

Record Chinese installations drive global market past 63 GW

Prothea successfully advises on the acquisition of a 16,3MWp Italian solar PV portfolio

Prothea is pleased to announce completion of a multiple assets transaction in the Italian solar energy sector for a total power capacity of 16,3MWp

Applied Energy Technologies' (AET) Surpasses 1,000 Units Sold of its First-in-Kind Rayport™-I Solar String Inverter Mounting Solution

Applied Energy Technologies (AET), a preferred manufacturer of commercial and utility-scale racking systems and one of the top 10 solar racking companies in the United States, announces it has surpassed more than 1,000 units sold of its Rayport™-I string inverter mounting solution. AET's Rayport™-I was the first of its kind, designed to address a market need for a product that not only protects the string inverter, but also simplifies design and installation.

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