Amid largest construction boom ever, momentum builds to annual meeting
Commercial solar outdoor lighting company and San Francisco suburb Discovery Bay win Technology Award
The first quarter of 2014 brought a wave of energy storage investments in the US totalling $105 million, but the industry is still fighting to win over investors and commercialize the technology.
In 2013, The Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) awarded Dr. Julie Lundquist the Rising Star award for her outstanding contributions to the wind energy industry in the early stages of her career. We are pleased to have Dr. Lundquist as the keynote speaker at the spring WoWE meeting.
• Acquisition of United Technologies fuel cell IP portfolio • Strategic alliance with United Technologies focused on IP licensing
Second largest solar roof installation in Palo Alto
Already commercially deployed, the Ecoppia E4 system helps solar parks deliver more energy, more efficiently
Business, Environmental Leaders Applaud Commitment to 10 Times More Clean, Affordable Solar Power in New York State
GridZero energy balancing and Advanced Battery Charging technology in Radian inverters addresses evolving needs of solar power consumers
Spanish developer and manufacturer achieves an important milestone in its aim to take a leading role in the UK distributed wind market, with two twin turbine sites in Scotland
"Game changing" renewable technology would save country equivalent of 260,000 car journeys around the world every year
Wind power plant Kniphagen selects modern direct drive turbines ---- Twenty-year maintenance agreement signed to help insure long-term reliability
Renewable energy already delivering more value to UK economy than shale gas can – but political posturing deters investment
Driven by an explosion in photovoltaics, the U.S. solar sector has emerged "from a relatively small contributor to the nation's total electric capacity into a one of comparative significance," the Energy Information Administration reported this week in its latest Electricity Monthly Update. Since 2010, EIA said, U.S. solar capacity increased 418 percent from 2,326 megawatts, accounting for 0.2 percent of total U.S. electric generation, to today's 12,057 MW, or 1.13 percent of U.S. generation. More than half of that additional capacity — 5,251 MW -- has been installed by home and business owners participating in utility net metering programs that allow owners of solar systems to sell excess capacity back to their local utility at retail rates, according to EIA. California has the largest net metered solar capacity, with 38 percent of the U.S. total, but Eastern states such as Massachusetts and New Jersey also have significant amounts of net metered solar energy, the agency said. Utility-scale PV applications, defined as systems with 1 MW or more of capacity, have also expanded significantly and currently account for 5,564 MW, according to EIA. Such systems generally are designed to generate power for wholesale markets.
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