Residential, Commercial Markets Powering Hawaii's Solar Growth

Hawaii is expected to have 637 MW of installed solar capacity by the end of the year - enough to power more than 165,000 homes.

Spero Energy receives $1 million in funding from Department of Energy

Spero Energy Inc. has received a two-year Phase II SBIR grant from the U.S. Department of Energy totaling $1 million.

Georgia on Pace for Record-Shattering Year in Solar Installations

Georgia is expected to have nearly 400 MW of installed solar capacity by the end of the year - enough to power more than 43,000 homes.

MARTIFER SOLAR CONNECTS PV PLANT IN BELGIUM FOR ORKA NV

The rooftop PV plant, located in Evere, Belgium, has a capacity of 738.45 kWp ----With this new plant, Martifer Solar now has connected successfully approximately 35 MW in Belgium

Broadwind Energy Announces $50 Million in New Tower Orders

Clean Energy Collective Brings Roofless Community-Shared Solar Solution to Texas

700 kW project with NEC Retail to serve Texas electricity consumers with clean, roofless solar power.

Lockheed Martin and Advanced Green Technologies have completed half of the huge solar carport project, allowing employees to enjoy a little shade during the summer.

At Construction Midpoint, Lockheed Martin's Massive New Solar Carport Taking Shape as Florida's Largest Privately Held Solar Array

American Solar Direct Earns Energy Company of the Year Honors

2015 American Business Award Solidifies Company's Leading Position in Solar Sector

Borrego Solar Systems to Build 12.8 MW of Distributed Solar Projects for National Grid in Massachusetts

Second Project Began Construction in March Using Advanced Inverter Technology to Regulate Voltage and Improve Grid Reliability

2015 Wind Power Capacity Installations Are Expected To Grow by 8.9%, According to Navigant Research

With strong onshore and offshore turbine sales, Vestas remained the No. 1 supplier in 2014, report finds

High Market Demand Validates Solar-Log PV Monitoring Solutions

The Solar-Log & GE Meter and its cellular connectivity have proven a convenient solution for monitoring today's U.S. residential solar PV plants.

E-STOR Wins Renewable Energy Accolade

Future Transport Systems (FTS) is celebrating after winning its first national award on Thursday 18th June. FTS won the Innovation Category of the British Renewable Energy Awards 2015 with its E-STOR product. E-STOR re-purposes used electric car battery packs to store and distribute power generated by renewables - and optimise its use.

PVinsights: The increasing demand helps solar price improvement or relief.

Overall Module price performed a mild drop this week, as global demand is gradually recovering since late May. Multi-crystalline module price stands still in China, as the demand is improving slowly. In the US, solar demand is promisingly increasing, although some solar module suppliers are trying to raise price quotes accordingly.

Coal-based Power Undermines Germany's Renewable Growth to 2025, says GlobalData

Germany's installed renewable energy capacity to increase from 86.2 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to 147.4 GW by 2025---- However, renewables' intermittent nature means the country will return to coal power generation, adding 3 GW of capacity by 2020, says analyst

First energy storage system for primary frequency regulation in France

Alstom and Saft's innovative energy storage goes live at EDF's Concept Grid

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