FuelCell Energy Appoints Natica von Althann to Its Board of Directors

Ms. von Althann will serve on the FuelCell Energy Audit & Finance and Compensation committees.

Solar Frontier and NEW to Develop up to 100 MW of CIS Solar Power Plants in UK

Previous-success, High-performing CIS Solar Power Plant in Banwell sets tone for upcoming solar power plants in the UK

What Can be Learned from the Northeast's Use of Microgrids

State leaders in the Northeast should keep watch of neighboring states to share best practices and innovative solutions for microgrids. Stakeholders can also look nationwide to other states including California and Illinois, where officials are creating incentives and addressing regulatory challenges.

Yingli Green Energy and Borrego Solar Sign 40 MW Supply Agreement for 2015

Companies' Supply Agreement Provides Competitive PV Power Solutions to Growing Commercial and Utility U.S. Project Pipeline

Duke Energy and Austin Energy reach milestones with completion of Los Vientos III wind power project

Duke Energy Renewables reaches 2 gigawatts of renewable energy production, enough to power more than a half million average homes ---- Pushes Austin Energy's wind portfolio to more than 1 gigawatt

altE Announces New Office Location in Colorado

Expansion into Colorado marks the first step in future plans to offer more renewable energy and solar products in the Western and Southwestern USA.

JinkoSolar Signs 1 GW Framework Supply Agreement with China Minsheng New Energy

The specific terms of the agreement will be subject to the formal purchase contract signed by both parties.

An Overview of Solar Panels

While buying a solar panel one must keep in mind various factors like where it will be installed, purpose; commercial or residential use, and budget.

Soltage Passes 40,000 Megawatt-Hours Solar Production

Soltage LLC, a full-service renewable energy company developing and operating solar power plants across the United States, today announced its distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) projects installed in 2014 generated 40,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) of lifetime production to date.

Stand-alone Systems in Theory and Practice "Fit for Off Grid PV"

Let's not recognize or predict future. Let's create it like we need it! -Would you also agree that PV-Systems designed and installed without deeper knowledge and experience are a pity? A tremendous waste of energy and money? - Would you agree that solar education is necessary to avoid costly mistakes? - How would it feel to serve your country with endless, clean and independent solar energy with knowledge and have success with it?

"Best of Inutec German PV Trainings & Exercises" in Manila, Phils.

The training is designed to empower the participants to work in the Solar Energy Sector. This training is necessary to take the right decisions and be able to plan, buy, install and operate infinite, clean and independent solar energy systems 5% Early Bird discount (30 days prior the event) 20% if you book all four PV courses! Don't miss it, register now!

Solar road in the Netherlands producing more energy than anticipated

A road made of solar panel material is producing more energy than the creators expected. Engineers created a solar power bike path near Amsterdam that is over 200 feet long last year, and the road generated over 3,000kwh during the first six months, according to Al Jazeera, enough energy to power a house for a year. The company that created the road, SolaRoad, claims that means the road can produce 70kwh per square meter per year. The road is made of solar panels, glass, rubber and concrete. The road can either power street lamps or add power to the general grid. Over 150,000 cyclists have ridden on bike path without a problem since the project began. The path is made to be non-reflective and to prevent skidding. SolaRoad is still refining its materials to make them even more weather proof and efficient, and the company hopes to expand to larger areas in the future.

Con Edison Development Acquires 140 Megawatts of Solar Projects in California from SolarReserve and GCL

Leading development team delivers six shovel-ready solar photovoltaic (PV) projects to the renewables unit of one of America's largest investor-owned energy companies

National RES Bill Draws Strong Solar Industry Support

"The bill would create the first national threshold for utilities to provide a certain percentage of their electricity from renewable resources, including wind, solar, biomass and others."

SEIA Applauds Signing of Major Solar Legislation in Georgia

This new law will help to greatly expand the use of clean, reliable and affordable solar energy across Georgia.

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