Local leaders and industry representatives celebrate the Massachusetts-based solar project, highlighting economic and community benefits of cost-competitive clean energy
Member-authored resource reviews role of renewables and distributed generation in power market landscape & provides recommendations for future success
SolarWorld supplies complete 1.16-MW system for Plantronics' Tijuana factory
enACT Systems Launches Mobile Software for Solar and Energy Efficiency Sales and Workflow Automation
The enACT platform starts by connecting solar and energy efficiency companies with new customers through online sign-ups, channel co-branding, and retail partnerships.
Bluesphere Signs Memorandum of Understanding to Build its 3rd Waste-to-Energy Project in Massachusetts
5.2 MW facility to convert organic waste into clean electricity to power Massachusetts
Construction will begin at Lettieri & Company later this year and take about three weeks to complete.
Company marks June 21 World Solar Day by working to make solar energy more widely usable, in combination with storage and communications technologies
The ground-mounted solar project will be constructed near Hazlehurst, Ga., in Jeff Davis County.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick will give the keynote address Monday at 4 p.m. during the general session of PV America 2014.
These inverters are the best residential solutions available in the inverter market today.
Solar development and finance company executives traveled to Boston conference to meet with PV project developers to assist with solar financing
$15,000 in Scholarship Awards will be presented at the 2014 GRC Annual Meeting
Baker Electric Solar won a 2014 EAR Award for Effective Advertising on Radio from the San Diego Radio Broadcasters Association. The radio endorsement campaign featuring LaDona Harvey ran on AM 600 KOGO, San Diego's Breaking News & Traffic Station.
Many people, even fanatical advocates of solar power, are unaware quite how close we are to reaching a critical milestone in the industry. Within a fairly short space of time, solar generated electricity will be fully cost competitive with coal-powered electricity -- at least if the governments of the world’s two largest energy consuming nations have their way. Both the U.S. and China have a stated goal of reducing the cost of solar generated electricity to that level, and quickly. How they are going about it says a lot about how each economic system works. In the U.S., despite the complaints of some that a drift toward government control is taking place, private initiative and free markets still rule. The Department of Energy launched the SunShot initiative in 2011, with a stated goal of reducing the cost of solar power to be fully competitive with conventional energy sources by the end of this decade. The program funds grants, incentives and competitions to encourage private sector research that will improve the efficiency and lower the cost of solar energy. The Chinese, faced with what is in many ways a more urgent need to achieve the same thing, have taken a different approach. In a manner more in keeping with their history and current economic system, they are beating the problem over the head with piles of cash until the desired outcome is achieved. It looks, if this excellent Michael Sankowski piece at Monetary Realism is to be believed, as if they are getting mighty close.
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