U.S. Utility-Scale Solar 60 Percent Towards Cost-Competition Goal

Energy Department Announces $25 Million to Support U.S. Solar Manufacturing

Mortenson's High Voltage Transmission Group Selected to Build 76-mile Transmission Project

OG&E Woodward EHV to Thistle Transmission Line Project Underway

SEIA Applauds Success of DOE's SunShot Initiative

Barriers still exist that prevent solar from reaching its full potential

Solar and Energy Storage Can Protect Cities from Power Outages, Create Resilient Communities

A New Report Highlights How Vulnerable Communities Can Benefit from Resilient Power Technologies in Severe Weather Events

Abengoa's General Manager joins CSP Today South Africa 2014

Kevin Smith, CEO at SolarReserve will be participating at CSP Today South Africa 2014 (8-9 April, Cape Town). SolarReserve has the largest molten salt CSP tower globally with 110 MW and 10 hours storage capacity.

Secretary Moniz announces $30 million investment for solar development

U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has announced $30 million in funding to 12 projects to develop solar technologies which can produce electricity when the sun is not shining.

Major CSP developers to discuss Southern Africa's potential market

Renewable energy projects are advancing rapidly in Southern Africa, with new government support for independent power producers (IPPs) and new interest from investors.

MASEN to discuss the 480MW of CSP in Morocco's pipeline for 2014 at MENASOL

The Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (MASEN) will be speaking about the rapidly growing concentrated solar power industry in Morocco at MENASOL (6-7 May, Dubai) this year.

CSP bankability requirements in Saudi Arabia considered in webinar

A recent CSP Today webinar on the investment criteria for the emerging concentrated solar power industry in Saudi is now available for viewing.

New grid inter-connectivity in Chile to boost solar industry

Last month the Chilean Senate passed a law which allows the inter-connectivity between the central electricity system (SIC) and the north electricity system (SING). This connection will improve the entry of energy powered by CSP plants.

Utility-Scale Solar Power Plants Completed Under Large-Scale Solar Initiative in Georgia

Origis Energy Dedicates 23.5 MWDC Under Power Purchase Agreement with Georgia Power

Deepwater Wind and Alstom Sign Major Turbine Agreements for Block Island Wind Farm

Manufacturing of Turbine Components Already Underway *** Agreement Bolsters Rhode Island Project Hub with New Jobs and Investment

IXYS Introduces AC Controllers and Three Phase Power Rectifier Products in the SOT-227B/Minibloc Package

IXYS has integrated a complete AC controller of 110A / 1200V - the CLA110MB1200NA, providing a one phase solution for an AC soft start or power control unit.

13th Annual Wall Street Green Summit Focuses on Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing

The Wall Street Green Summit XIII on March 31st in New York City boasts an impressive line up of more than 30 speakers. These speakers include senior executives from Ingersoll Rand, Solar Mosaic, the Clean Fund, Black Corl Capital, the New York and Connecticut Green Banks, and seven Impacting Investing funds.

Matan Signs Lease with Vivint Solar for 11,200 Square Feet in Frederick, Maryland

Frederick County Welcomes Vivint Solar

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