GCUBE INSURANCE LAUNCHES FIRST UNSCHEDULED U.S. WIND MAINTENANCE PROTECTION PLAN

A new product from leading renewable energy underwriter enables owners and operators to unlock excess project capital and manage long term O&M cost

SEIA Wins Prestigious AIVA Communications Award

SEIA won the award for its America Supports Solar website and ongoing efforts to promote the importance of expanding the use of solar energy nationwide.

SEIA Supports Legislation to Increase Use of Renewables by Federal Government

"When it comes to America's clean energy future, this is an important step forward - one that promises to benefit both the economy and environment"

Intersolar - The Movers and Shakers of New York's Energy Sector Discussed the Region's Potential as a Paver for Solar Energy Market Development

More than 300 market experts, policymakers and participants discussed the role of America's East Coast states in the U.S. solar energy market at the Intersolar Summit USA East in Brooklyn. Two fundamental questions shaped the discussions during the event: "Are legislators ready to embrace the transition to a clean energy economy?" and "How should utilities change their business models to thrive in the new, renewable energy dominated environments?"

Pfister Energy Announces the Installation of a Solar Parking Canopy at McHenry Row

Pfister Energy has completed the construction of a solar canopy system on the parking garage at McHenry Row shopping and residential center.

Missouri and Kansas Municipal Organizations Sign Renewable Energy Supply Contracts Totaling 65 MW with Marshall Wind Energy

Marshall Wind Energy LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RPM Access LLC (RPMA), has signed three individual long-term renewable energy power purchase agreements with Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission (MJMEUC), headquartered in Columbia, Missouri, Kansas Power Pool (KPP), based in Wichita, Kansas and the City of Independence, Missouri, Department of Power and Light (IPL), totaling 65 MW of renewable energy.

Hanwha Q CELLS Puts Two Solar Power Plants into Operation in the UK Totaling in Excess of 45 MW

Golden Square Energy was the development partner in the Green End (24.8 MW) and the Fenland Farm project (20.4 MW) near Cambridge --- Both Photovoltaic Power Plants have been grid-connected in Q1 2015 and will run under the 1.4 ROC scheme --- Hanwha Q CELLS took full ownership of both parks and now has a portfolio of more than 45 MW of successfully operating PV plants in UK

JinkoSolar to Supply 50 MW of Solar Panels to Tegnatia for Projects in Turkey

This deal makes JinkoSolar the Turkey's leading module supplier.

Pattern Energy Completes Acquisition of Two Wind Power Facilities Totaling 351 MW from Wind Capital Group

The acquisition of these two facilities expands Pattern Energy's operations into two new U.S. states, Kansas and Missouri.

2015 Solar Panels: Market Shares, Segments, Key Vendors, Trends, Size, Growth, Strategy, Worldwide Analysis And forecast By 2021

MarketResearchReports.Biz Announced New Research On "Solar Panels: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2015 to 2021 :Market Segments, Size, Trend and Market projections for upcoming years"

2015 Overviews Of Solar Collector market Become Dominant To CAGR of 24.9 By 2019

MarketResearchReports.Biz Announced New NewResearch On "Global Solar Collector Market 2015-2019 :Market Segments, Size, Trend and Market projections for upcoming years"

Overviews: Solar PV Balance Of System - Global Market Size, Technology Review, Cost Analysis, And Key Country Analysis To 2020

MarketResearchReports.Biz Announced New Research On "Solar PV Balance of System - Global Market Size, Technology Review, Cost Analysis, and Key Country Analysis to 2020 :Market Segments, Size, Trend and Market projections for upcoming years"

Market Overviews: Smart Solar Market - Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast 2014 - 2020

MarketResearchReports.Biz Announced New Research On "Smart Solar Market - Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast 2014 - 2020 :Market Segments, Size, Trend and Market projections for upcoming years"

MIT Group Used Solar Energy To Make Salty Water Drinkable In Off-Grid Areas

By Eleanor Goldberg for The Huffington Post:   ​While there are many technologies out there than can effectively remove salt from water to make it drinkable, most are expensive and rely heavily on electricity –- rendering them all but useless in remote, off-grid villages. That’s why a group of engineers from MIT, backed by Jain Irrigation Systems, set out to invent a system that relies on solar energy to bring clean drinking water to rural areas in India, The Washington Post reported. About 21 percent of India’s communicable diseases are related to unsafe water, according to the World Bank. According to MIT researchers 60 percent of India has brackish groundwater -- while not toxic, that water is too salty to be ideal for human consumption. The group, which took home the first-place Desal Prize last month in the “Securing Water for Food” challenge, used a method called electrodialysis, which relies on electricity and ultraviolet rays, according to the aid organization.   The first-place winners were awarded a $140,000 grant.   Cont'd...

FARMERS MISSING OUT ON TURNING UNDER UTILISED FIELDS INTO RENEWABLE ENERGY CASH GENERATORS

Renewable energy with its array of incentive schemes has been embraced by some farmers but there are many farms, particularly in rural locations which have yet to grab a slice of this lucrative pie, where a 'per-turbine' windfall of anything between £5,000 and £10,000 per annum index linked for 20 years is up for grabs.

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