Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti announced a major new solar array at the Los Angeles Convention Center by PermaCity
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory analysis offers evidence that innovative financing mechanism prompted thousands of California homeowners to go solar
Strong demand from the Chinese market is expected to persevere
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) urged Nevada to update its Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) at the ballot in November after the state's largest utility said it had met its renewable energy goal for the eighth year in a row. Below is a statement from Sean Gallagher, SEIA's vice president of state affairs:
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences together with the industrial partners are investigating opportunities to extend integration of visually attractive solar modules into architecture of building façades.
The solar array consists of 35,520 panels and will be constructed on approximately 17 acres of a 75-acre landfill site located in Brooklyn, Ohio. Sized at approximately 4.0MW (DC), the array will be large enough to supply approximately 5% of the electricity consumption for 16 county-owned commercial buildings. This is equivalent to powering roughly 500 residential homes.
This year in honor Earth Day, Solar Energy World, the fastest-growing, locally owned and operated solar system design and installation company in Maryland, is hosting a Free Solar 101 Workshop for Homeowners from the Baltimore/DC metro area on Saturday April 21, 2018 from 10:30 AM -12:30 PM at the headquarters in Elkridge, Maryland.
Report offers strategies for plugging state into growing $1.4 trillion advanced energy industry
With a multitude of technologies to choose from (bio, solar, wind, geothermal and hydrogen energy) for companies (and investors) whose success relies on choosing the "right" technology, the gamble is great. The company determined that profit and best rate of return revolves around control of feedstock and long term off take agreements and that is our ongoing focus.
The need to replace aging electric grid infrastructure amidst rapidly evolving utility roles, customer demands and improved distributed energy resource (DER) technology is clear. Utilities - and others - are exploring lower cost, higher consumer and environmental benefit solutions with non-wire alternatives (NWA).
Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, is expanding its presence in emerging APAC solar markets, in particular South Korea and Vietnam. The Company will have a brand presence at Green Energy Expo Korea and the Solar Show Vietnam in early April.
Sunpreme Earns 2018 North American New Product Innovation Award from Frost & Sullivan for Bifacial Smart Solar PV Panels
Award highlights Innovative Technology, Superior Lifetime Yields and Safest Long-term Energy Investments -- for Commercial & Industrial Customers
NextEra Energy and JinkoSolar announce deal for millions of solar panels; JinkoSolar to begin manufacturing solar panels in Florida
In conjunction with this agreement, JinkoSolar is opening its first U.S. factory in Jacksonville, Florida, which is expected to create more than 200 direct jobs in Florida and support hundreds of additional local jobs in shipping and other related industries.
Economic Feasibility of Moringa- Castor Bean - Camelina: Dual cropping in same acreage for Sustainable Biodiesel Production
With introduction of Camelina and Castor Bean crops with MOMAX3 Moringa, as much as 1450 gallon of oil can be produced per year from a well developed, properly cared and efficiently managed Moringa Farm
Ballard Fuel Cell Modules Used in Successful Yanmar Boat Test to Support Development of Safety Guidelines in Japan
Ballard Power Systems today announced that two of its FCveloCity®-MD 30-kilowatt modules have been successfully integrated and tested in a hybrid marine application by a consortium that includes Yanmar Co. Ltd.
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