Clergy in Path of Pipeline to Make Spiritual Case to President in Hotly Contested Keystone XL Debate

As public comments draw to a close, religious leaders to send strong message to Obama

ACORE Releases Industry-Authored Review, Renewable Energy for Military Installations

Presenting Insight and Guidance for Renewable Energy Projects on Bases

Powador TL3 series from KACO new energy fully qualified for use in the UK.

Offering complete options to match your medium-size array requirements

Eaton Expands Aspire RF Wireless Product Line with Decorator Series Addition for Residential and Light Commercial Applications

"The new Decorator design gives users the ability to maintain their preferred design scheme, while leveraging the forward-thinking technologies of our Aspire RF line"

Ecotech Institute Students Graduate "Job Ready" With Industry Certifications

Programs allow new professionals to enter desired industries and hit the ground running

Google & 3TIER Give the World Universal Access to Global Wind and Solar Resource Potential

3TIER's global wind and solar datasets now freely available through Google's popular platform

Tesla to raise $1.6 billion for 'Gigafactory'

Tesla's grand expansion plans will be funded in part by raising $1.6 billion through a bond issue that the automaker announced Wednesday.   The money will be used to build what its founder Elon Musk has dubbed the "Gigafactory" and for production of a more affordable, new mass market vehicle.   The massive factory is expected to produce more lithium ion batteries annually by 2020 than were produced worldwide in 2013. Those batteries, and the reduction in their cost, are vital to Tesla's ability to produce a cheaper car in numbers that could catapult the company into the ranks of the major automakers. The electric car maker's current model, the Tesla S, has a starting price of $69,000 and can go more than 200 miles between charges.   The new factory, expected to cost $4 billion to $5 billion, could be located in either Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico or Texas, the company said Wednesday. It could take up between 500 and 1,000 acres, employ about 6,500 people, and produce batteries needed for about 500,000 cars per year, Tesla said. Tesla recently increased its sales forecast for 2014, saying it expects global sales to reach 35,000 vehicles.   Construction expected to start later this year and production at the plant due to begin in early 2017.  

In-tank Density Meter / Specific Gravity Meter

Eagle Eye Power Solutions offers an easy-to-use liquid density meter / electronic hydrometer that utilizes a measurement probe for in-tank measurements. The SG-100M specific gravity meter has an in-tank, drop-hang submersible probe that measures, monitors, records and controls liquid density.

50-State Solar Jobs Analysis

Solar energy is still pushing its way into the mainstream. Installation is booming because people are becoming more and more aware of the value and other benefits of solar energy.

2014 Solar Marketing Outlook

Each year, we survey a few dozen clean tech companies across many sectors of the industry - including solar, wind, geothermal and energy efficiency - to collect valuable data on marketing practices within the industry.

Case Study - Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse in Santa Cruz, CA

Since the installation is located just 40 feet from world-class surf spot Steamer Lane, resisting the corrosive effect of ocean air required aluminum rigid conduit, stainless steel hardware, and anodized roof mounts.

With A New Logo, Solar FlexRack Gears Up For Expansion

Company's customizable, flexible fixtures and collaborative engineering approach are ideal an ideal match for the changing characteristics of large-scale solar installations.

Solar FlexRack Expands Capabilities and Refreshes Brand in Anticipation of Increased Demand for Its solar PV racking and mounting systems

Company's customizable, flexible fixtures and collaborative engineering approach are ideal an ideal match for the changing characteristics of large-scale solar installations.

SMA's New Grid Emulation Service Brings Hundreds of Megawatts Online within Days

Power Plant Service Accelerates Start-up, Pulls Forward Commercial Operation Dates

Solar Industry heads to Minneapolis for Midwest Solar Expo

SimpleRay and Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) team up for inaugural solar conference

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