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New Wind Power Project Sends Electricity to Ontario Grid

The Ripley Wind Power Project, a $176 million joint venture project between Acciona Energy and Suncor Energy Products Inc began generating power on November 24, sending electricity to Ontario's Independent Electricity System Operator.

Solar Energy to Power Pumping Station for Geothermal Plant

Northern California Power Agency (NCPA), located in Roseville, CA and SPG Solar, located in San Rafael, CA today announced that they will join forces to build one of the largest solar arrays on the West Coast, near the City of Clearlake.

Sault Ste. Marie Set to Become a Solar City

Sault Ste Marie is poised to become home to one of Ontario's largest solar farms, thanks to the latest contracts signed under the province's Standard Offer Program.

SCHOTT Solar Powers Up the Solar Cell

SCHOTT Solar's solar cells are set to become more efficient thanks to a new surface structure, called ISO Texture.

Solar Cells of the Future with Nano Flakes

A new material, nano flakes, may revolutionise the transformation of solar energy to electricity.

Smarter Energy Storage for Solar and Wind Power

CSIRO and Cleantech Ventures have invested in technology start-up Smart Storage Pty Ltd to develop and commercialise battery-based storage solutions.

Sharp and Namaste Solar Electric Deliver Solar Arrays to Colorado's Nyland Community

Sharp, the world's leading provider of solar electric solutions, is collaborating with Namaste Solar Electric to bring solar power to Colorado's Nyland neighborhood.

Motech Enters Agreement with Solar Power, Inc. to Supply 11 Megawatts of PV Cells in 2008

Motech Industries, Inc ("Motech"), a producer of photovoltaic (PV) cells, has reached an agreement with Solar Power, Inc ("SPI"), a solar energy solution provider, to supply 11 megawatts of 6" multi-crystalline photovoltaic ("PV") cells.

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