Belize Commits to a 100 per cent Clean Energy Future

The Lodge at Chaa Creek hailed Belize's recent commitment to become fully powered by renewable energy, saying it shows that the small Caribbean country is serious about developing an environmentally sustainable future.

Enphase Energy and GRID Alternatives to Expand Low-Income Solar Partnership

Partnership provides rooftop solar and skills training to underserved communities

Intersolar North America 2015: Ginlong Solis Inverter Enters the US Solar Main Stream

Intersolar North America on July 14-16, 2015 in San Francisco

Intersolar - Connecticut Solar PV Program Applies Solar-Log Solution

Solar-Log Qualifies as a Performance Meter Provider for Connecticut's Residential Solar Investment Program

Intersolar - Worldwide Solutions for Solar PV - Mounting Systems presents innovations for Intersolar 2015

Intersolar North America at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from July 13-16 at Booth 9521

Intersolar - teamtechnik Presents New STRINGER TT1800 at Intersolar North America

teamtechnik's STRINGER TT1800 solders solar cells in a 2-second cycle

SunEdison and Gamesa Sign a Memorandum of Understanding to Develop up to 1 Gigawatt of Wind Power Plants

SunEdison and Gamesa sign memorandum of understanding to create a 50/50 joint venture to develop up to 1 gigawatt of wind power plants globally by 2018 --- Gamesa to supply the wind turbines and assume responsibility for the long term operation and maintenance of the wind power plants --- SunEdison to acquire the projects upon the start of construction and once operational, to drop the projects into TerraForm

Is India Ready to Be a Solar Power Leader?

By RUPA SUBRAMANYA for  Is India ripe for a renewable energy revolution? Foreign investors certainly seem to think so, and renewables have been a signature issue for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But if revolution is indeed underway, it isn’t a spontaneous one. And taxpayer money — not just from India — is fueling the surge. New Delhi’s renewable energy aspirations recently received a major boost when Japan’s SoftBank announced a joint venture with Indian conglomerate Bharti Enterprises and Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group to create a new, Japanese-owned company that will bid on power contracts in India’s growing solar sector. Renewable energy, including solar, is a priority for Modi and has been since before he became the country’s leader last year. “The time has arrived for a saffron revolution, and the color of energy is saffron,” he saidon the campaign trail in 2014, attempting to symbolically link the sacred color of Hindus and his Bharatiya Janata Party with his energy dream. This joint venture is the first major announcement by a foreign investor that could help make that dream a reality.   Cont'd...

Solar rooftops and farms prepare to open doors as Britain basks in heatwave

As people across much of the country enjoy the heatwave, solar homes, commercial solar rooftops and solar farms across the country are to open their doors tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday as part of Solar Independence Day, the UK's annual celebration of solar.

Ideal Power Achieves UL Certification for Its Grid Resilient 30kW Power Conversion Systems

New Products Expand Product Features and Market Reach

Abandoned Golf Course in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan to be Repurposed with 23-Megawatt Solar Power Plant from KYOCERA TCL Solar LLC

The plant will generate an estimated 26,312 megawatt hours (MWh) per year - enough electricity to power approximately 8,100 typical local households.

Case Study: Solar Tile Mount Provides Adequate Air Flow Between Solar Panels And Tile Roof

TRA Snow and Sun modifies Solar Tile Mount to adjust vertically for use on S-tile tile roofs to provide adequate air flow between solar panels and the tile roof.

NRG Home Solar Partners with Solar Decathlon Team from Stevens Institute of Technology

"Sure House" design to reduce energy use and protect against natural disasters


The acquisition adds a fully integrated energy services company to its U.S. operations

Feed-in Tariff cuts tomorrow highlight need to boost support for large solar roofs & community farms

As of Wednesday 1 July any new small solar farms built under the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) will get 28% less for every unit of electricity they generate ---- Large-solar roofs represent only 1% of UK market and require urgent boost

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