DSM opens new manufacturing plant for innovative anti-reflective coating

The coating is primarily targeted at solar applications.

GEA Seeks Entries for the Best in Geothermal

-Third Annual GEA Honors-

Nexteer Donates a SunSteer™ System to Saginaw Intermediate School District's Hartley Outdoor Education Center

The ground breaking is targeted for June 1, 2013.

MDV-SEIA Partners with IEC-Chesapeake

MDV-SEIA members will be able to receive member discounted pricing on all Continuing Education Courses, including the NABCEP Solar PV and Solar Thermal Classes.

Solectria Renewables Powers the Largest University Installation in Ohio

The electricity produced from the project is enough to power approximately 250 homes.

SEIA Celebrates Earth Day by ‘Flipping the Switch' on Huge New Solar Facility

Celebrating all of the hard-working Americans who have worked tirelessly on rooftops, in factories and in laboratories across our nation to help make solar the fastest-growing energy source in the United States.

Draker Selected as 2013 New Energy Pioneer

Bloomberg New Energy Finance Recognizes Draker as a Leader in the Transformation of the Solar Energy Sector

U.S. BANK AND SOLARCITY INSTALLING SOLAR PANELS OVER CARPORTS AND ROOFTOPS AT SELECT U.S. BANK BRANCHES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

The companies will hold grand openings at some of the locations in the coming weeks.

Assurant Launches Springfield Area's Largest Solar Installation

6,200 Solar Panels Installed in 1.76MW Project at Springfield Service Center

SEIA Celebrates Earth Day by ‘Flipping the Switch' on Huge New Solar Facility

"On April 22, 1970, when the very first Earth Day was held, there was virtually no solar energy powering the grid in the United States. How times have changed. Today, there are 7.7 gigawatts (GW) of solar installed in the U.S." - Rhone Resch, president and CEO of SEIA

Assurant Launches Springfield Area's Largest Solar Installation

6,200 Solar Panels Installed in 1.76MW Project at Springfield Service Center

City of Bryan Solar Array ranks third in U.S. for annual solar watts per customer

Bryan, Ohio's 2-megawatt solar array is third in the U.S. for annual solar watts per customer. The solar array was developed, designed and built by Rudolph/Libbe Inc. in Walbridge, OH.

Iron Mountain Commits to Five Percent Cut in its Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Carbon Reduction Target is the First for the Company

MECASOLAR delivers horizontal single-axis trackers to project in Portugal

• The company also delivered MECASCREW foundation screws to two PV solar facilities located in Beja, in the southern part of Portugal. • MECASOLAR's horizontal single-axis tracker increases power generation as compared to fixed solutions, both having very similar costs.

"Clean Footprint Prepares for Earth Day Sunseed Co-op Solar Install"

Solar development company, Clean Footprint, scheduled to begin a full solar install on Sunseed Food Co-op in Cape Canaveral just in time for Earth Day.

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