No large-scale solar for next financial year

Contracts for Difference Register shows no solar projects for 2015/16

Colorado Shows Growth in Residential, Commercial Solar Installations

Colorado's biggest solar gains came in residential installations, but commercial installations increased, as well.

SunEdison And Flextronics Expand Partnership To Include Manufacturing Solar Modules For North American Market

According to Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and research, the U.S. will install an estimated 8.5 GW of solar modules in 2015 which includes utility-scale, residential and commercial rooftop installations.

Americans Overwhelmingly Support Extending Renewable Energy Incentives, Says National Poll

Solar Ranks as Most Important Future Energy Source Across a Range of Demographics including Republicans, Democrats, and Independents; Urban and Rural Dwellers; Youth and the Elderly

Global Alliance calls for quality criteria for 100% Renewable Energy Targets

"Cities, towns and countries around the world show continued leadership to tackle environmental, economic and social crisis by shifting toward 100% renewable energy."

ALL-ENERGY 2015: ALL READY FOR YOU

In just four weeks' time All-Energy 2015, the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference will open in its new home, Glasgow's SECC, with the expectation that up to 7,000 people from home and overseas will visit the exhibition, to make new contacts and source new suppliers, attend the multi-stream conference over the two days (Wednesday 6 - Thursday 7 May), and relish the networking possibilities of its Giant Networking Evening.

The UK's largest solar roof uses KACO new energy inverters.

The solar power from this ″rooftop solar park″ amounts to 6.1 megawatts.

SOLAR IS FINALLY COMING INTO WIDE VIEW

Solar's Four Decade Journey Underscores the Need for Patience and Support for Transformational Sustainability Science

New York to Empower More Families, Renters, Small Businesses to Plug into Clean Energy

Diverse Coalition Supports 'Shared Renewables' Program for Expanding Renewable Energy Access to Low Income New Yorkers

E.ON Launches New U.S. Energy Service Business

E.ON Energy Services Offers Asset Management, Maintenance & Repair Services to Market with an 'Owner's Eye'

DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions and Enerpoint Highlight Risk Management for Rooftop Solar Installations in Italy

"There are key considerations for rooftop solar installations that are very different from ground mounted systems and DuPont, together with Enerpoint, has developed some important insights on these variations to share with installers"

NEXTracker Completes Tracker Commissioning for SunEdison Javiera Solar Project in Chile

State-of-Art Trackers Deployed in 69 MW SunEdison Solar Power Plant in Atacama Desert

Suntech's Modules Receive Additional Quality Ranking from the VDE Institute

Suntech's modules receive the certificate of the enhanced hail test.

Mike Teresso of Baker Electric Solar Shares Solar Insights on The Craig Sewing Show, 1170am "The Answer"

Baker Electric Solar's President Mike Teresso will share information about critical solar issues Net Energy Metering 2.0 and the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) on 1170am "The Answer" on Tuesday, April 14 at 6 p.m.

As California Faces Record Drought Levels, Wind Energy Provides A Vital Service

In 2014, wind energy saved 2.5 billion gallons of water in California by displacing water consumption at the state's fossil-fired power plants, playing a valuable role in alleviating the state's record drought. Wind energy's annual water savings work out to around 65 gallons per person in the state - or the equivalent of 20 billion bottles of water, according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).   According to AWEA, one of wind energy's most overlooked benefits is that it requires virtually no water to produce electricity while almost all other electricity sources evaporate tremendous amounts of water.   In California - where the state is combating record drought levels - Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed an executive order to reduce household water consumption by 25%, from about 140 gallons per day per household to 105 gallons. Wind energy's water savings are, therefore, equivalent to what would be saved by nearly one week's worth of the required reductions for a typical household.   In 2008, U.S. thermal power plants withdrew 22 trillion to 62 trillion gallons of freshwater from rivers, lakes, streams and aquifers and consumed 1 trillion to 2 trillion gallons. By displacing generation from these conventional power plants, U.S. wind energy currently saves around 35 billion gallons of water per year - the equivalent of 120 gallons per person or 285 billion bottles of water.

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