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Exelon and SunPower to Develop Nation's Largest Urban Solar Power Plant in Chicago

Exelon and SunPower today announced an agreement to develop the nation's largest urban solar power plant at a former industrial site on Chicago's South Side.

Albiasa Solar to Build 200MW Solar Power Plant in Arizona

Albiasa Corporation, subsidiary of Spanish based Albiasa Solar, has chosen Arizona as the new location for the renewable energy firm's development headquarters and has selected a site near Kingman as the future location of its 200 megawatt (MW) concentrating solar power (CSP) plant.

First Wind Files Permit Application to Build a Proposed 51 Megawatt (MW) Wind Project in Maine

First Wind today announced that it has filed a permit application with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to build a proposed 51 megawatt (MW) wind project in the town of Oakfield in Aroostook County.

Planned Project Would Become the Largest Photovoltaic Solar Installation in North America

Sempra Generation, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, today announced its intention to construct a new 48-megawatt (MW) expansion of its existing photovoltaic power-generation facility near Boulder City, Nevavda, about 40 miles southeast of Las Vegas.

Meijer Announces Plan to Install Wind Turbines at Local Facilities

Supercenter retail chain Meijer will soon expand its green initiatives to include the use of wind power at some of its facilities.

VW Makes Clean Diesel Racing Even Greener With B5 Biodiesel

After first introducing its clean diesel technology on the race track in 2008, Volkswagen of America announced it will use B5 biodiesel to power its race cars, transport vehicles and generators during the 2009 Jetta TDI Cup season.

Largest Photovoltaic Solar Facility in the Nation Breaks Ground in Florida

Florida Power & Light Company announced the recent groundbreaking for FPL's DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center, which will bring commercial-scale solar photovoltaic power to Florida for the very first time.

NRG Energy to Develop Up to 500 Megawatts of Solar Thermal Power Plants Using eSolar Technology

NRG Energy has signed an agreement with eSolar to develop solar power plants with a total generation capacity of up to 500 megawatts (MW) at sites in California and the Southwest.

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