Tiger Group, Hackman Capital and CA Global Partners conducting online sale of assets from former ClearEdge Power, Inc. facility; bids close Sept. 9
An unpopular government’s legacy has become a burden for the new one, which could potentially lead to the scrapping of what has been planned as the world’s largest solar power project. The Rajasthan state government in India has reportedly asked the central government to scrap plans to set up a 4,000 MW solar photovoltaic power project. The state government claims that the proposed project will threaten thousands of migratory birds that flock near the proposed project site every year. Sources close to the government, however, claim that the Rajasthan Chief Minister is not too keen to pursue a project that had been planned during the tenure of the previous government, which was led by the United Progressive Alliance. The proposed project is supposed to come up near Sambhar Lake in eastern Rajasthan. Officials of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy claim that about a fourth of the planned project area has been listed as environmentally and ecologically sensitive, and that area had already been excluded. According to reports, the state Chief Minister wants to scrap the 4,000 MW solar power project, and pursue an ambitious state-directed solar power policy. Gujarat, under now-Prime Minister Narendra Modi, had earned global limelight after it established one of the largest solar power farms. To date, Gujarat continues to lead all Indian states in terms of installed capacity.
Company honored for innovations in solar silicon
New Energy Systems employees at YANMAR America will boost service and sales in key markets
ScanTheSun is an application for mobile ANDROID devices. The app calculates best direction and insolation of a solar panel taking into account surrounding trees, buildings or other sources of shading. It enables collector adjustment even in complicated urban surroundings.
Save $100 for the Geothermal Energy Event of the Year by registering before midnight on Saturday
Deployment of the first twenty (20) Ballard methanol-fuelled ElectraGen™-ME backup power systems has been completed with Globe Telecom.
Innovative Solar Systems, LLC has received approval and has a 40MW Solar Farm project that is construction ready in Bladen County, North Carolina.
Optimized power solution maintains high-quality power and ensures more stable, robust electrical grids
Stake will bolster 3M's relevance in energy market
ISO-certified quality and environmental management systems confirm the company's dedication to the highest quality standards in the industry
Finavera will acquire Solar Alliance for $4 million USD in cash and $2 million USD in stock
Solarplaza Empowering The Solar Future
Clean Energy Collective turns on 1 MW array to serve NGRID customers.
A workshop is being organised by the European funded research project EnAlgae with the aim of discussing the conditions needed for large scale seaweed production in Europe.
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