OneEnergy Renewables Taps Solar Industry Veterans to Accelerate Growth

Company expands with VP of Sales and Marketing, Project Director and Project Managers

Business leaders show strong confidence in sustainable growth opportunities

"Businesses across the planet are not shying away from global risks such as climate change, and increasingly recognize the positive benefits of seizing the related opportunities."

Solar charging stations from EIGHT awarded best solutions for electric mobility

Germany business wins New Economy Clean Tech Award 2014

A WORLD-NEW SYSTEM FOR SOLAR WATER PURIFICATION BASED ON REVERSE OSMOSES, LAUNCHED BY MEGACELL AT WFES

SSD has been specially designed and optimized for off-grid configuration

Global Wind Power Investments to Reach $101 Billion by 2020, says GlobalData

Global wind power investments to increase from $70 billion in 2013 to $101 billion by 2020 ----Despite this, the wind turbine components market will witness slow growth over the forecast period due to decreasing component costs, says analyst

Enhanced product range for Power-to-Gas market

Two new reference plant sales in Germany

ABB and Solar Impulse get ready for historic round-the-world flight

ABB and Solar Impulse have formed an alliance ahead of the plane's historic round-the-world journey, championing the role of innovation and technology in reducing resource consumption

The "new normal": Energy price volatility and climate framework uncertainty top concerns of global energy leaders

World Energy Council report highlights the critical global and regional energy issues

CEO Hnkar Korkmaz acquires DEGERenergie Prosperous company with excellent order situation

Hnkar Korkmaz and his spouse have acquired an ideal company with best perspectives from the entrepreneur couple Deger.

Milbank Advises Investec in $195 Million Financing for Residential Solar Power Provider Sunrun

Innovative financing solution with lower interest rates and longer tenors adds structured finance to the mix of monetizing options available to solar developers

6.5 MW GameChange Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground Installed on 3 Landfills in Western MA

"The self-leveling technology is a key factor for installers to be able to level the racks while they are light prior to concrete install, which allows for speedy site completion."

BSSP and Sunrun Launch New Solar Ad Campaign Highlighting the Appeal of Going Solar

Keeping Up With the Neighbors Means Saving Money

Winergy Drive Systems Corporation receives contract from First Wind to rebuild wind turbine gearboxes

Project reflects Winergy Drive System's capabilities and expertise in wind turbine drive train repair

VC Funding in Smart Grid Totals $383 Million in 2014, Reports Mercom Capital Group

Battery/Storage brought in $418 million; Energy Efficiency raised $797 million

Amazon Invests In 150MW Indiana Wind Farm To Power Its Data Centers

From TechCrunch:    Amazon today announced that it is working with the Pattern Energy Group to construct and operate a 150 megawatt wind farm in Benton County, Indiana. The new wind farm will go online in about a year and the expectation is that it will supply at least 500,000 megawatt hours of wind power annually. That’s enough to power about 46,000 U.S. homes, but the “Amazon Web Services Wind Farm (Fowler Ridge)” — that’s the full name of what was previously called the “Fowler Ridge IV Wind Project” — will only be used to power Amazon’s AWS data centers. Amazon is not disclosing the financial details of this project, but Pattern Energy notes that this is a 13-year agreement.   As Amazon announced last November, its long-term goal is “to achieve 100 percent renewable energy usage for the global AWS infrastructure footprint.” That’s a noble goal, but given that there is no date associated with these plans, it’s a bit hard to hold Amazon accountable for it. For now, Amazon offers its users three carbon-neutral regions: US West (Oregon), EU (Frankfurt) and its AWS GovCloud.

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