6.5 MW GameChange Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground Installed on 3 Landfills in Western MA

"The self-leveling technology is a key factor for installers to be able to level the racks while they are light prior to concrete install, which allows for speedy site completion."

BSSP and Sunrun Launch New Solar Ad Campaign Highlighting the Appeal of Going Solar

Keeping Up With the Neighbors Means Saving Money

Winergy Drive Systems Corporation receives contract from First Wind to rebuild wind turbine gearboxes

Project reflects Winergy Drive System's capabilities and expertise in wind turbine drive train repair

VC Funding in Smart Grid Totals $383 Million in 2014, Reports Mercom Capital Group

Battery/Storage brought in $418 million; Energy Efficiency raised $797 million

Amazon Invests In 150MW Indiana Wind Farm To Power Its Data Centers

From TechCrunch:    Amazon today announced that it is working with the Pattern Energy Group to construct and operate a 150 megawatt wind farm in Benton County, Indiana. The new wind farm will go online in about a year and the expectation is that it will supply at least 500,000 megawatt hours of wind power annually. That’s enough to power about 46,000 U.S. homes, but the “Amazon Web Services Wind Farm (Fowler Ridge)” — that’s the full name of what was previously called the “Fowler Ridge IV Wind Project” — will only be used to power Amazon’s AWS data centers. Amazon is not disclosing the financial details of this project, but Pattern Energy notes that this is a 13-year agreement.   As Amazon announced last November, its long-term goal is “to achieve 100 percent renewable energy usage for the global AWS infrastructure footprint.” That’s a noble goal, but given that there is no date associated with these plans, it’s a bit hard to hold Amazon accountable for it. For now, Amazon offers its users three carbon-neutral regions: US West (Oregon), EU (Frankfurt) and its AWS GovCloud.

Morgan Advanced Materials announces P-59 ceramic core material to improve jet engine fuel efficiency

Morgan Advanced Materials (Morgan) announces its new P-59 ceramic core material, a high-silica core type with a fine particle size distribution. The P-59 material is a development of P-52 and represents a breakthrough into the high stability realm of materials. P-59 is intended for Directionally Sol

IRS will require small wind turbines be certified

Distributed wind industry views performance and quality assurances at the Federal level as a positive step for successful deployment of distributed wind projects in U.S.

Lunera Lighting's Helen Lamp Earns ENERGY STAR® Certification

Lunera's Helen Lamp is the first plug and play LED replacement for compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), commonly used in commercial buildings, that has achieved ENERGY STAR certification.

SunEdison Successfully Raises Funds For First Wind Acquisition

SunEdison raised $190 million of proceeds through the secondary offering of SunEdison Semiconductor shares.

First Solar Marks New Milestone with 10 Gigawatts of Installed PV Capacity

Industry-leading AC Power Block, Series 4 module, Module Plus System and O&M services to be showcased ----skytron energy to make WFES debut with PVGuard SCADA Platform

Minnesota Power Expands Wind Portfolio to More Than 500 Megawatts with Completion of Bison Project

Bison 4 is part of the company's strategic EnergyForward plan for diversifying its energy supply while cutting carbon, adding renewables and reducing emissions at power plants.

First Solar Launches Industry's First PV Project Assessment Application at WFES 2015

Industry-leading AC Power Block, Series 4 module, Module Plus System and O&M services to be showcased ----skytron energy to make WFES debut with PVGuard SCADA Platform

Groups Petition Hawai'ian Utility: Don't Let Merger Slow Down Solar Advances

Finish cutting-edge clean energy plans before merging with Florida utility

Sunny shopping with KACO new energy.

The Clearwater Mall in the South African Strubens Valley powers itself using solar energy from its own rooftop PV plant.

Anderson Power Products Offers 3 & 5 Position Mini PL SPEC Pak Connector

Mini PL SPEC Pak connectors are touch safe on both sides and feature a latching shell.

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