POWERARMOR SOLAR PANELS FROM IDG EUROPE ARE FIRST TO PROVIDE BALLISTIC PROTECTION, WITH DYNEEMA HIGH STRENGTH FIBERS
The company will be exhibiting a variety of Merlin-based advanced technology modules at Waaree's booth in Hall 6, Stall C02 from November 18 to November 20, 2014.
Grants for alternative and renewable fuel projects totaling nearly $8 million also approved
Developed by Apex Clean Energy, the Cameron Wind farm is located in South Texas---- The agreement includes 55 ACCIONA Windpower AW125/3000 turbines with a 20-year Full Service Warranty
France and Australia Move in Opposite Directions with Renewable Energy Policies, says GlobalData Analyst
France has set targets to increase its renewable energy share but Australia has repealed its 2011 Clean Energy Act---- Australia's renewable policy review has severely affected the industry, with investments lower than since the first half of 2001, says analyst
Growth complements NRG Energy's broader presence in California by opening new residential solar offices; Offering Home Solar Loan for first time
Mass Solar Coalition is an alliance of solar and clean energy industry organizations, businesses and solar and environmental advocates committed to working with stakeholders to ensure the Commonwealth's continued solar success.
The ICC is a leading authority on building safety and fire codes, and ICC-ES certification enables faster approvals on solar projects.
SolarReserve Ranked #1 Fastest Growing Cleantech Company in North America on Deloitte 2014 Technology Fast 500
Also ranked 20th fastest growing among all technology companies - attributes significant revenue growth to company's proprietary solar energy storage technology and global development activities
Energy Storage Europe 2015: The largest gathering in the industry brings together five conferences and one exhibition
Preliminary program now online and registrations open
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier Joins LEEDCo Team as Installation Partner for Lake Erie Offshore Wind Project
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier, based in Oslo, Norway, provides innovative and tailored services for the transport, installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms.
In deal, companies will share market channels and develop products together
Solar company SunEdison and unit TerraForm Power said they would buy First Wind for $2.4 billion to enter the U.S. wind power market. SunEdison's shares rose 6.6 percent to $17.70, while TerraForm shares rose 1.2 percent to $26.15 in after-market trading. The deal comprises $1.9 billion in upfront payment and $510 million in earn-outs, the companies said. Boston-based First Wind is operating or building renewable energy projects in the Northeast, the West and Hawaii, with a combined capacity of nearly 1,300 megawatts (MW) - enough to power more than 425,000 homes each year. SunEdison raised its 2015 installation forecast to 2.1-2.3 gigawatts (GW) from 1.6-1.8 GW. TerraForm increased its 2015 dividend forecast to $1.30 per share from 90 cents. TerraForm was created by SunEdison to own and operate its solar power plants. TerraForm went public in July. The deal is expected to close during the first quarter of 2015, the companies said.
1.94 MW Project Expected to Save 11 Pflugerville Schools more than $1 million in electricity costs
WINAICO secures JET certification for both WST and WSP PV modules to provide top quality PV solution to the Japanese solar market
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