Tenaska Expands Presence in Solar Development Industry, Pursues Distributed Generation Investment Strategy
Hemig Tapped to Manage Portfolio Including Soltage, Suncrest Solar
Two Wind Turbine Operation and Maintenance Centers to Be Built at Wind Farms In the Northeast to Support Casa Dos Ventos' Growth
Boardinghouse Wind Farm development is set in motion as turbines are raised at site in Cambridgeshire.
SEPA posts all papers received and asks for public comments
"Today, solar energy continues to be one of the most dynamic, fastest-growing industries in America – and Sen. Reid is one of the big reasons why"
Schletter Inc. announces the appointment of Mr. Guy Roberts as chief operations officer
Transport Energy Task Force determines importance of sustainable biofuels for future transport needs
Catherine Shu for TechCrunch: Solar panels are becoming increasingly affordable, but many people still face barriers to harnessing the power of the sun for their own homes. For example, they might live in an apartment or in a house where the roof is angled or structured improperly for solar panel installation. A new Boston-based startup called CloudSolar is offering an intriguing solution. Founded by a team including two electrical engineering Ph.D. candidates and currently raising funds on Indiegogo, CloudSolar lets people buy a solar panel, or a share in one, on a farm that is expected to be completed by 2016 (erecting the solar panels will only take a couple of months, but the company also has to deal with utility and land permits, which will take longer). Once the farm is up and operating, electricity generated by the solar panels will be sold to local utilities. Solar panel owners are promised 80 percent of the total proceeds created by the panels over the next 25 years, and help with applying for whatever tax credits they are eligible for. They can monitor how much energy their panel is producing, and how much carbon dioxide emissions it is estimated to offset, through an app.
Companies bring 309 kWp PV array to Essex Waste Partnership
A combined heat and power (CHP) system at the Toledo Museum of Art has surpassed 400,000 hours of operation – contributing to the Museum's overall savings of 80 percent of electricity use per year.
Eric Wesoff for GreenTech Media: Energy storage is a small market experiencing fierce growth. The U.S. installed 61.9 megawatts of energy storage in 2014, and GTM Research is forecasting 220 megawatts to be installed in 2015. But, as with the U.S. solar industry, energy storage projects are clustered in states with incentives or in regions where markets are able to place a value on storage. So it's no surprise that California, Hawaii, and New York have assumed early leadership in energy storage by virtue of their unique incentives, mandates and markets, according to the inaugural GTM Research and Energy Storage Association U.S. Energy Storage Monitor report. Cont'd...
Export contract to bring more than 300 new High-Tech and Manufacturing Jobs to Michigan
SunEdison Purchases 1,000 Energy Storage Systems From Imergy To Bring Electricity To Villagers In Rural India
Imergy energy storage systems will help SunEdison bring reliable electricity to millions of people in rural India as part of its goal to help 20 million people by 2020
"Trina Solar has built its business on providing high-quality innovative products and value-added services such as Trinasmart to the market, and on maintaining a position as a prudent and reliable partner"
The City of Long Beach is projecting $60,000 in savings during the first year alone.
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