Army Corps awards $7.7 million for Dugway Proving Ground solar array

The project includes installation of solar panels, inverters, transmission lines, transformers, advanced metering, controls and communications, and security measures.

Siemens Receives Order for Wind Turbines and Servicing for Sandbank Offshore Wind Farm

Seventy-two wind turbines of Siemens' G4 product platform to deliver a total electrical generating capacity of 288 megawatts ---- Pioneering joint service plan with the neighboring DanTysk project ---- Specialized shared servicing ship will enable highly efficient operation

MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA - EMERGING CLEAN ENERGY POWERHOUSES

Both Mexico and the countries to its south are heavily dependent on diesel- and oil-fired generation, and are starting to invest heavily in cleaner options

GT Advanced Technologies Announces Merlin(TM) Metallization and Interconnect Technology

Meets Important PV Module Certification Standards----Tested modules pass IEC 61215, 61730 and UL1703 tests; Merlin remains on track for initial shipments in 2014 and commercial release in early 2015

SEIA and SEPA Launch Solar Power Mid-Atlantic

Two-Day Event Promotes Networking and Education on Solar Issues

Registration now open for the 2014-2015 Spirit of Innovation Program

8th annual competition challenges students and young adults to create world-changing solutions to address complex global issues

Baltimore Golf Cart Retailer to Get Free Electricity from Newly Installed Solar Electric System

Aug. 11, 2014: Solar Energy World of Elkridge MD installs Solar Electric System for Red Hawk LLC, of Baltimore Maryland. The Solar System is expected to make a profit for Red Hawk within 4 years. For more info. contact Laureen Peck: lpeck@solareworld.com 410-579-2009

Boston Properties, Healthy Planet Partners and Solaire Generation Complete Northeast's Largest Garage-Mounted Solar Canopy

840 kW Solar Array Deployed at Boston Properties' Bay Colony in Waltham, MA

Rules prevent solar panels in many states with abundant sunlight

Few places in the country are so warm and bright as Mary Wilkerson's property on the beach near St. Petersburg, Fla., a city once noted in the Guinness Book of World Records for a 768-day stretch of sunny days.   But while Florida advertises itself as the Sunshine State, power company executives and regulators have worked successfully to keep most Floridians from using that sunshine to generate their own power.   Wilkerson discovered the paradox when she set out to harness sunlight into electricity for the vintage cottages she rents out at Indian Rocks Beach. She would have had an easier time installing solar panels, she found, if she had put the homes on a flatbed and transported them to chilly Massachusetts.   "My husband and I are looking at each other and saying, 'This is absurd,'" said Wilkerson, whose property is so sunny that a European guest under doctor's orders to treat sunlight deprivation returns every year. The guest, who has solar panels on his home in Germany, is bewildered by their scarcity in a place with such abundant light.   Florida is one of several states, mostly in the Southeast, that combine copious sunshine with extensive rules designed to block its use by homeowners to generate power.  

Solar Generator Company Launches National Preparedness Month Promotion

SUNRNR of Virginia Continues Campaign to Educate about Alternative Energy

National Clean Energy Summit 7.0 Announces Panel of Utility Company Executives to Summit, Sept. 4

Conversation to Target State and Federal Policies and the Role of Utility Business Models in Bringing More Clean Energy to Consumers

Michigan battery and EV show bursting with new ideas and products for the new electric age

In April Experian Automotive revealed figures demonstrating that purchasers of pure EVs tend to be younger and more affluent than those buying hybrid cars, which suggests that the electric car is already fast becoming the vehicle of choice for the eco-aware generation that will determine the future of the market.

Biogas Opportunities Road Map Report from U.S. Government Points to Huge Opportunity for Bluesphere in U.S. Market

U.S. agencies including the EPA, Dept. of Energy, and Dept. of Agriculture to support biogas industry with goal to deploy 11,000 more biogas facilities

ESNA 2014 Finalizes Comprehensive Energy Storage Conference Program

Industry-Leading Event Features More Than 40 Sessions With 90+ Expert Speakers

BIPV Markets Analysis and Forecasts 2014-2021

Most up-to-date Research on "BIPV Markets Analysis and Forecasts 2014-2021" to its huge collection of research reports.

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