"Governor Cuomos announcement puts New York right where it should be - at the front of the pack." -Heather Leibowitz, Director, Environment New York
OxBlue Construction Camera Used at Solar Decathlon 2015, Where Stevens Institute of Technology Wins First Place
An OxBlue construction camera captured the action at the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon - a biennial competition that challenges collegiate teams to design, build and operate solar-powered homes that are attractive, cost effective, and energy efficient.
NuPower Renewables has nearly 700 MWs of renewable energy assets operating and in pipeline across 6 states in India.
LG Chem, Panasonic, and Samsung SDI Score Highest in Assessment of Lithium Ion Battery Manufacturers, According to Navigant Research
Battery companies focused on relationships with original equipment manufacturers are expected to experience greatest success, report finds
There could be a limit on how much solar power can grow. That’s because the more solar power we add to the grid, the less valuable it becomes. It’s a simple supply-and-demand story: solar reaches peak generation during sunny afternoons, but there’s a limited demand for such additional power during those times. As a result, solar begins to compete with itself, driving down the price that utilities are willing to pay generators. Solar power accounts for less than 1 percent of the world’s electricity generation today, but as more is added to the energy mix, the economics become increasingly unfavorable. Shayle Kann, head of GTM Research, and Varun Sivaram, a fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, cite recent studies of the grids in Texas and Germany that suggest the value of solar will be cut in half by the time it makes up 15 percent of the energy mix. A study of California’s grid concluded that if solar power were to reach 50 percent of the grid, it would be only a quarter as valuable as it was before any solar had been added. Kann and Sivaram combined the data from those studies to make the comparison below. Cont'd...
Clean energy business owners: Legislature must increase renewable energy and energy efficiency standards to rein in costs
This March, Gov. Snyder announced a goal to meet 40 percent of our energy needs through renewable energy and energy efficiency by 2025
Fluor completed the project safely by working more than 700,000 construction hours with no lost-time accidents and no recordable incidents.
Carbon footprint verification demonstrates WINAICO as one of the cleanest solar module producer in the world
Bureau Veritas Certification's recent carbon footprint verification on WINAICO's WST-P6 shows WINAICO's manufacturing processes only contribute to 3.86% of the products' total Greenhouse Gas emission, proving WINAICO as one of the cleanest solar module producer in the world
New ACCF Report: EPA's Massive Clean Power Plan Subsidies for Wind Reinforce Calls Against PTC Renewal
These findings and more are highlighted in a new ACCF Center for Policy Research study: Clean Power Plan Subsidies for Wind Reinforces Arguments Against Renewing the PTC.
Tri Global Energy Turns American Business Act on Climate Pledge into Reality with Solar Acquisition
Turboden launches its Turkish operations and delivers the first Turkish-made 3 MW turbine while expanding into larger size geothermal projects
On April 27th, Turboden launches its daughter company, Turboden Turkey, to give customers access the local content incentives offered by the Turkish Government for renewable energy generation along with providing local on-site and after-sales services. The first 3 MWe turbine was already successfully manufactured in Turkey and has been delivered to AFJET on November 24th, 2015. A 16 MW geothermal plant in Croatia was recently contracted for the Turkish geothermal development leading company MB Holding.
200-kWp project combines ethical financing and cutting-edge technologies to bring economic benefits to low-income tenants
The 7th SCF call asks for project proposals on a number of priority issues.
Survey covering just under 10% of sector suggests thousands of jobs already lost across whole solar industry --- A further 1,600 people have been put on notice --- Essential the Government moves to secure solar sector, says trade body
"Americas solar industry applauds the worlds government and business leaders for their commitment in Paris to funding clean energy research."
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