Content Category: New & Noteworthy
U.S. DOE Issues Draft Renewables And Energy Efficiency Loan Guarantee Solicitation
on 16 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a draft loan guarantee solicitation for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects that avoid, reduce or sequester greenhouse gases. When finalized, the [read more]
Advocate: Agency Does A 'Disservice' With U.S. Renewable Energy Projections
on 15 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
In December, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released a draft report projecting that the nation would get about 16% of its electricity from renewables by 2040. However, Ken Bossong, [read more]
Solar EPC Firms Turn To Skid-Based Inverters To Lower Project Labor Costs
on 15 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Builders of small commercial-, municipal- and small utility-scale installations are finding that mounting inverters and attending systems on skids in "power station" configurations can save on labor costs, particularly in [read more]
In A Diverse Solar Marketplace, Some Say Specialization Is The Way To Go
on 10 Apr 2014 by Mark Del Franco email the content item print the content item
Solar service providers are finding it increasingly difficult to be all things to everyone. While installers could service both residential and commercial customers in the industry's formative years, these customer [read more]
DG Solar And Innovative Financing Highlight Wall Street Green Summit
on 10 Apr 2014 by Haresh Patel email the content item print the content item
I always leave conferences like the recent Wall Street Green Summit (WSGS) with optimism about the future of the solar sector, sustainability and cleantech in general. There were many very [read more]
Solar And Gas Provided Nearly 75% Of All New U.S Capacity In 2013
on 08 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Capacity figures compiled by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) show that natural gas and solar are providing the vast majority of the nation's new electricity generating resources. Natural gas-fired [read more]
Mercom Reports Strong Q1 Corporate Funding For Global Solar Sector
on 08 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Total global corporate funding in the solar sector - including venture capital (VC), private equity (PE), debt financing and other equity financings raised by public companies - amounted to $7 [read more]
Tucson Electric Resource Plan Calls For More Renewable Energy, Less Coal
on 08 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Tucson Electric Power (TEP) has unveiled a 15-year plan to reduce its coal generation capacity by about one-third, acquire new natural gas-fired resources, and continue its expansion of renewable power [read more]
Platts: European Power Prices Lower On Strong German Solar And Wind Capacity
on 08 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Day-ahead electricity prices in continental Europe recorded a fifth consecutive monthly decline in March as surging German solar and wind output helped chase prices lower in neighboring countries, according to [read more]
Duke Energy Evaluating Responses To 300 MW Solar RFP
on 07 Apr 2014 by SI Staff email the content item print the content item
Duke Energy reports it has received a substantial response to its request for proposals (RFP) for 300 MW of new solar energy capacity in its Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke [read more]
Go to page  [1] 2 3 ... 242 243 244
Solaredge_id1360
Solar Promo_id1332
S&C Electric_id1352
Hilco_id1361
WIP_id1320