Solarplaza announces crowdfunding conference for the renewable energy sector

Solarplaza Empowering The Solar Future

Massachusetts Welcomes Community-Owned Solar Project

Clean Energy Collective turns on 1 MW array to serve NGRID customers.

EnAlgae Stakeholder Workshop on Benefits and Risks from Biomass Production with Seaweeds

A workshop is being organised by the European funded research project EnAlgae with the aim of discussing the conditions needed for large scale seaweed production in Europe.

New York Praised for Statewide Solar Program

"This administration has taken real steps towards going solar, and these steps are paying off"

Africa Energy Indaba ups the ante with new side events for 2015

The conference, which will mark its seventh anniversary in 2015, continues to grow and has become the foremost forum for debating and exchanging solutions to Africa's energy challenges.

SEIA Commends Verizon Plans to Expand Use of Solar

This year, Verizon will install 10.2 megawatts (MW) of new solar systems at eight Verizon facilities located in five states, including California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York.

Verizon Plans Major Expansion of Its On-Site Green Energy Program; Company on Track to Become Largest Solar-Power Producer Among U.S. Communications Companies

New 2014 Solar Investment to Increase Verizon Green Energy to 25 Megawatts, Enough to Power Over 8,500 Homes Annually

India¹s Burgeoning Solar and Wind Energy Markets Jumpstarting Job Growth

India's Burgeoning Solar and Wind Energy Markets to Boost Employment, Finance a Concern – Mr. Suresh Prabhu

KYOCERA Solar Modules Achieve "Performance Leader" Rating in GTM Research's Reliability Scorecard

KYOCERA is Only Manufacturer to Earn Highest Rating Across All PV Module Tests

EC&M Announces Klein® Tools Wins 2014 Product of the Year

Klein Tools' Open Jaw Cable Cutter Receives Platinum Award

What You Need to Know Before You Invest in Solar Energy

olar energy is one of the greatest investing opportunities of our generation with well over a trillion dollars in annual market potential around the world. But with all that potential comes tremendous risk, particularly as new technologies emerge. Over the past decade, we've seen solar technologies rise and fall and companies have risen and fallen along with them. Now that this industry is competing with fossil fuels on a cost per kW-hr basis it's important to look at what technologies dominate the industry and what investors should be betting on in the future.   Massive solar farms like this one from SunPower are now competitive with other energy sources on the grid, opening up a huge opportunity for the solar industry. Source: SunPower. Silicon solar, the leader in the clubhouse   The vast majority of solar panels today are made using silicon semiconductor technology. At its core, this technology has been around for decades, it just hasn't been efficient or cheap enough to be economically viable versus the grid. But that's changed in the last few years as panel prices have plummeted below $1 per watt. Inside a silicon solar cell the sun's energy excites the semiconductor, knocking an electron loose. If properly built, a cell then captures that electron and turns it into a voltage potential and electric current.   cont'd..  

PROINSO, leading company exhibitor at Renewable Energy India EXPO 2014

PROINSO is to take part as exhibitor and sponsor in the event to be held 3 to 5 September in Greater Noida, India (Booth #7.98). • Proinso has sold more than 100 MW in India so far to more than 150 solar PV projects nationwide. In addition, the company has supplied modules and inverters to more than

Equal Earth acquires Lumenergize

San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 23, 2014 Equal Earth, Inc. a San Diego based clean energy solutions provider today announced that it has acquired Lumenergize, an emergent LED lighting project originator operating in Hawaii and Guam. Lumenergize brings deep access to LED loan financing

Global Smart Homes and Buildings Market to Reach $35.3 Billion by 2020 - Allied Market Research

The study concludes that the global smart home and buildings market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 29.5% between 2012 and 2020. The market revenue of $4.8 billion in 2012 is expected to grow up to $35.3 billion by 2020.

Clean Footprint Named One of Solar Power World's Top Solar Contractors

The list ranks applicants according to their influence in the solar market in 2013

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STI Norland - First dual-row tracker in the market

STI Norland - First dual-row tracker in the market

Developed in 2017, the STI-H250â„¢ is consists of two linked torsion beams that rotate simultaneously following the sun's path. They are moved by just one motor, cutting supply and maintenance costs. STI-H250â„¢ dual-row tracker includes backtracking mode to avoid shadowing between adjacent rows and stow function to protect the tracker in extreme wind conditions. For cleaning, vehicles can pass between trackers and each row can be placed in a different position.