Solar Energy Making Ultra-Green Homes of the Future a Modern Day Reality

Thanks to Increased Affordability of Solar Systems that Deliver More Clean Electricity to Homeowners

First Kinetic Energy Storage Unit by STORNETIC Put Into Commercial Operation

Munich Municipal Utilities use the new system as part of their virtual power plant

New Report Finds Solar Adds Value to Homes in Six States

Whether or not solar panels actually add value to a home had been up for debate for a long time. The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL) has dispelled this in numerous reports, previously in just California, and now in six different states. The report builds on previous research that shows an average solar array of 3.6 kilowatts added $15,000 to the price of a home.

SunPower Introduces New Line of Commercial Panels

SunPower is introducing a new line of solar panels called its Performance Series. The new solar panels are based on technology developed by Cogenra Solar, which SunPower purchased earlier in 2015.

White House Hosts National Community Solar Summit Groundswell of Support

Community Solar is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing sectors of the solar industry in the U.S. The first community solar projects were installed just a few years ago. Now a growing number of companies, utilities, organizations and governments are getting behind the idea. Today (Nov. 17) the White House made that clear with National Community Solar Summit where The White House showcased 68 partners-including cities, states and businesses-that have joined its National Community Solar Partnership.

Witherspoon Distillery Powers Operations With Texas Sun & Circular Energy

Engineered to help them harvest power from the big and bold Texas sun, Witherspoon Distillery's new solar energy system designed and installed by Austin-based Circular Energy will help the distillery produce 2.4 million kWh of clean, renewable solar energy over the next 25 years, the equivalent to more than $381,000 dollars in energy savings.

Community Green Energy Brings Community Solar to Southeast Wisconsin

Community Green Energy has partnered with the Green Leaf Inn of Delavan, Wisconsin to develop the first Community Virtual Solar Garden in southeast Wisconsin.

TurnW2E Waste-To-Energy Gasification System to be Demonstrated at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam

Biomass Energy Systems, Inc. Demonstration Has Major Alternative Energy Use Implications for US Military, Islands, and State of Hawaii.

United Wind Expands Into Wind-Rich Midwest Region

Will Offer Leasing Program and Easy Access To Wind Power for Farms, Homes and Small Businesses Throughout the Midwest

AES Reveals Advancion 4 with First Commercial Deployment

New Node Architecture and Upgraded Controls Offer Highest Reliability with Lowest Total Cost of Ownership for Utilities, Developers and Power System Operators

Joule and Red Rock Biofuels Announce Intent to Merge, Creating an Industry-Leading Carbon-Neutral Fuel Production Platform

Dr. Brian Baynes Named CEO Replacing Serge Tchuruk Who Will Continue in Board Role

Sonnenbatterie's residential and commercial energy storage systems are approved for the HERO program

Sonnenbatterie manufactures lithium-ion energy storage systems for residential customers wanting a reliable system for self-consumption.

Trina Solar Received Prestigious Awards in Environmental Protection

Trina Solar received Award of Leading International Multinational Corporation in Environmental Protection 2015 for its leading role in the development of global renewable energy.

SUNRUN AND CLEAN POWER RESEARCH RECEIVE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SUNSHOT INITIATIVE AWARD TO DEVELOP FIRST SOLAR PERMITTING AND INTERCONNECTION SOFTWARE APPLICATION FOR INSTALLERS

New Software Will Reduce Time and Costs of Going Solar and Improve Customer Satisfaction

Roadside gumweed in Nevada could be used as jet fuel for the military

College of Ag, Biotech and Natural Resources leads research project at University of Nevada, Reno

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