Ultrasolar Technology Announces Strategic Alliance with NanoEnergy, Japan

This partnership will enable Ultrasolar and NanoEnergy Ltd. to deliver QuantumBoost to the Japan market, with an initial order of 177MW.

New Mexico Shows Strong Solar Growth in 2014

Doubling the amount of solar capacity added in 2013, New Mexico had the 10th most new solar capacity added last year in the nation, according to the recently-released U.S. Solar Market Insight 2014 Year in Review. "To put the state's remarkable progress in some context, the 325 MW of solar installed today in New Mexico is more than our entire country had installed by 2007," said Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).

Renewable Energy Company Selling 500MW's of Solar Farms to Investors Seeking Tax Shelters

Innovative Solar Systems, LLC is in the process of selling the company's remaining 500 Megawatts of "Shovel Ready" Solar Farm projects in North Carolina so that investors will have the ability to start construction immediately and then fully utilize the 30% federal tax credits in 2016 once the solar energy plants are on line.

SEIA Announces Support for Florida Solar Ballot Initiative

Calling it vitally important to the development of clean energy resources in Florida, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has announced its "strong support" in endorsing the Floridians for Solar Choice 2016 ballot initiative.

Meteodyn to exhibit at the American Wind Power Energy Conference

North America Wind Power Exhibition from 18 to 21 of May in Orlando - Florida

Engineers Develop New Yeast Strain to Enhance Biofuel and Biochemical Production

Beyond biofuels, the new yeast strain could be used in biochemical production to produce oleochemicals, chemicals traditionally derived from plant and animal fats and petroleum, which are used to make a variety of household products.

Global Solar Photovoltaic Inverter Market Value Will Lose $500 Million by 2020, says GlobalData

Global market value for solar Photovoltaic inverters will decline from estimated $5.7 billion in 2014 to around $5.2 billion by 2020 ----Falling cost of inverters continues to reduce market size, with prices expected to decrease by 20–25% in the forecast period, says report

Department of Energy, Department of the Interior and Army Corps of Engineers Renew Five-Year Partnership to Advance Hydropower

The partnership will help meet the need for reliable, affordable and environmentally sustainable hydropower by strengthening a long-term working relationship, sharing priorities, and aligning ongoing and future renewable energy development efforts across the agencies.

SunLink Completes Acquisition of Flagship Single-Axis Solar Tracker Solution

Leader in ground-mount racking solutions captures market with comprehensive product portfolio

Silicor Materials Secures Multi-Million Dollar Equipment Contract with SMS Siemag

Solar silicon producer progressing rapidly toward first commercial-scale facility in Iceland

PVinsights: panel price downtrend ceased temporarily due to the EUR and RMB appreciation against USD

Overall module price is still under certain degree of pressure. Since EUR appreciated against USD by almost 4% to 1.09 this week from 1.05, it led to a relatively improved module price in Europe.

See-Through Solar Is Tomorrow's Threat to Oil

The engineers at Ubiquitous Energy are developing solar panels that are completely transparent and as thin as a laminate. They can do this by creating see-through solar cells that absorb only the invisible parts of the solar spectrum—ultraviolet and infrared radiation. The technology still has a way to go because the cells must become more efficient to prove cost-effective, but their promise is big: solar cells that could become a part of any glass or plastic surface. They could sit, invisibly, atop a smartphone’s display, allowing the phone to charge itself under natural or artificial light. And if the process became part of glass and window manufacturing, homes and skyscrapers could draw power from the sun without the spatial and aesthetic limits of current, opaque solar panels.

Everybody Solar Scores Homerun for Wildlife Associates with JinkoSolar & All Points North Foundation

Module Supplier Sponsorship and APNF Grant Takes Project Fundraising Across the Finish Line

seebaWIND Service Ensures Ancillary-Service Bonus for Old Plants

Innovative Services for Wind Power Plant Operators

Baker Electric Solar Earns Two Prestigious 2014 SunPower Awards

Baker Electric Solar Receives the SunPower 2014 "Commercial National Top Producer of the Year" and "Residential Regional Top Producer of the Year" Awards at the National SunPower Dealer Conference

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