Why The New Atlanta Football Stadium Should Be Solar Powered

The new Atlanta Falcons football stadium is expected to cost an estimated $1.2 billion dollars. If a portion of that was dedicated to solar, it would provide all residents of Atlanta with a nice return on investment!

14th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Sustainable Living Expo

Largest All-Sustainable Event in the South is coming to the Bell County Expo Center in Belton, TX, September 26 – 28, 2014. Excellent exhibits, demonstrations, and lectures focusing on renewable energy and sustainability. Friday is Education Day, FREE for students under 18, interesting talks and a scavenger hunt through the exhibits to encourage students to ask questions and learn more about various topics.

Ballard Fuel Cell Modules Powering Zero-Emission Bus Fleet in Germany

Ballard Power Systems congratulates transit authority Regional Verkehr Koln (RVK) of Cologne, Germany as well as Van Hool NV, Europe's fourth largest bus manufacturer, for delivery of two (2) 13 meter (40 foot) buses powered by Ballard's FCvelocity®-HD6 fuel cell modules.

International CSP industry to gather next week in Santiago

Next week the international concentrated solar power community will meet at the 2nd Chilean Solar Conference & Exhibition in Santiago (27 & 28 May).

Comprehensive information about AEE's conference, expo, seminars, workshops & special events

AEE conference/expo events spans the continental U.S., and explore innovations in energy efficient technologies for facilities, renewable and alternative energy, automated building systems, efficient HVAC and lighting systems, energy services, project financing options, and much more.

World's largest CSP Fresnel plant is the first American CSP technology export

The deserts of Arizona and Rajasthan may be over 8,000Km apart but they are linked by the deployment of CSP Fresnel technology.

Geostellar Launches Solar Industry's First App for Independent Field Sales Agents at DOE SunShot Summit Hackathon with free Home Energy Monitoring

Partnership with Energy, Inc. Will Simplify Solar Sales Through Instant Analysis, Competitive Financing and Integrated Monitoring and Support

SolAmerica Energy/OCI Solar Power Complete 1 MW Solar Array in Lavonia, Georgia USA

Solar companies partner to develop renewable solar energy source for Georgia Power

Enphase Energy Partners with Solar + Solutions

Enphase Australian distribution network expands into wholesale electrical

Ross Solar Group Completes Record Setting Solar Installation in New York City

Single Largest SunPower Rooftop Installation in Queens

Solar PV Module Shipments to Grow 30 Percent in 2014, According to NPD Solarbuzz

The top 20 module suppliers to the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry are guiding an increase in annual shipments of more than 30 percent in 2014, according to the latest NPD Solarbuzz Module Tracker Quarterly report. Leading Chinese module suppliers Trina Solar, Canadian Solar, ReneSola and Jinko Solar are forecasting the most aggressive growth in shipments during 2014, with the upper-end of guidance exceeding 40 percent.  "The top-20 module suppliers to the PV industry account for two-thirds of global shipments, and they provide the leading indicators of industry growth and pricing trends," noted Ray Lian, senior analyst at NPD Solarbuzz. "Assuming the leading suppliers achieve the forecasted growth rates, end-market demand in 2014 will approach 50 gigawatts."  Yingli Green Energy is forecasting the highest shipment volume in 2014, with the upper end of shipments at 4.2 gigawatts (GW). This shipment level would result in Yingli Green Energy heading the annual shipment rankings for PV suppliers for the third consecutive year.  Leading Japanese silicon-based PV module suppliers, Sharp Solar and Kyocera, are forecasting a 15 percent increase in shipments in 2014, reflecting continued strength in the Japanese solar PV market. Sharp Solar and Kyocera command strong market shares, within their domestic markets. 

CSU launches new Conservation Research Fellowship to improve sustainable energy production

The new research will tackle issues such as: sudden aspen decline, stream function and sensitivity, restoration of stream and riparian areas, adaptive management of rangelands and wildlife habitat, and energy development impacts on large mammals in the Piceance Basin.

GRUPO CLAVIJO SUPPLIES 2,88 MW TO CHILEAN PROJECT

Chile is becoming a promising market for PV entrepreneurs with more tan 4000 MW under development.

Aquamarine Power training scheme gains seal of approval

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) re-accredits scheme for the professional development of engineers

Solar PV Module Shipments to Grow 30 Percent in 2014, According to NPD Solarbuzz

Module supply to support PV industry reaching 50 GW in 2014

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