Frederick County Welcomes Vivint Solar
Cindy West originally joined our team in July 2012 as a co-op student from Cincinnati State's Electro-Mechanical Engineering / Renewable Energy degree program.
Number of Participants at Europe's largest geothermal trade fair increases / Host country Netherlands / Short list of European Geothermal Innovation Award announced
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) today announced its strong support for Rep. Mike Thompson's (D-CA)
Community solar model "changing the way the United States looks at solar."
Nearly ninety percent of states increased their solar workforce in 2013
Greensmith Energy Management Systems announces Turn-key energy storage systems (ESS) up to megawatt scale
Advanced software and integration capabilities --- Greensmith's ESS Master Controller
One-third of all Americans who work in solar power live in California, according to an annual survey released Tuesday. And their numbers are growing fast. The solar industry employed 47,223 Californians last year, up 8 percent from 2012, according to the survey from the Solar Foundation, a research and advocacy group. Nationwide, the solar industry employed 142,698 people. And while the rate of solar job growth nationwide was faster than in California, nearly hitting 20 percent last year, the Golden State still dominates the business. "California is, by far, the leader," said Andrea Luecke, the foundation's executive director. "It's not by accident that the solar industry is based there." Most of California's solar jobs, however, focus on panel installation and financing versus research and development efforts to create new technologies. Starting more than 10 years ago, California officials made a concerted push to foster the solar industry. They forced the state's utilities to buy more renewable power and offered rebates to homeowners who bolted solar panels to their roofs. The effort appears to have worked. Most of the country's largest solar companies are based in California, particularly in the Bay Area. The foundation's survey counted 21,653 solar jobs around the bay.
Housing Authority adds 16 solar units to elderly living complex; solar panels ensure low monthly utility costs for residents
The DuraTrack™ HZ makes a difference for distributed generation program
Alstom signed its first export contract with Deepwater Wind in the US to supply the Haliade™ 150-6 MW, the world's largest installed offshore wind turbine
The project will be one of the first offshore wind farms in the U.S. and will be the first to feature Alstom's Haliade™ 150-6 MW –the largest turbine installed in offshore waters today.
Interested Firms will Participate in March 20 Auction
Sunpreme Double Glass PV Panels demonstrate extreme ruggedness in University of Wisconsin's Antarctica Environment Simulation tests
The tests, conducted by the University of Wisconsin at their Physical Sciences Laboratory, are a stepping-stone to possible deployment of Sunpreme panels in Antarctica.
Sumitomo Corporation created the joint venture company, "4R Energy Corporation", in collaboration with Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in September 2010, to address the secondary use of EV lithium-ion batteries.
North Carolina has made great strides in solar installations over the past 3 years
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