Indiana's First Photovoltaic SolarSave Project Funded by State's Energy Program Grant Completed
Life Quality Systems, LLC (a Green Energy Collaborative Partner) brings its solar energy design expertise to Indiana's first privately owned building integrated commercial solar tile project assisted by Indiana's energy grant program.
Investors Moving Into Rapidly Expanding Solar Power Industry
Demand for photovoltaic solar
power, which directly converts the sun's radiation into electricity, is
expected to grow by 40 per cent per year by 2011, offering opportunities
for investors who can ride out near-term bumps, according to a new report
from RBC Capital Markets, "Investing in Solar Now".
Soliant Executives Showcase Innovative Grid-Parity Solar Technology
Soliant Energy (formerly Practical Instruments), a provider of solar panels optimized
for commercial rooftops, Sunday hosted an informational session for US Congressman Adam Schiff.
Solar Power Rebate Doubled for Australia
Malcom Turnbull, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, announced yesterday that the Australian Photovoltaic Rebate Program (PVRP) would receive an additional $150 million dollars of funding in the 2007-08 budget.
Puget Sound Energy Picks EI Solutions to Build Northwest's Largest Solar-Power Facility
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) today announced that EI Solutions will design and construct for PSE the Pacific Northwest's largest solar-power generating facility alongside the utility's Wild Horse wind-farm in central Washington.
Wal-Mart Announces Solar Power Pilot Project
Today Wal-Mart Stores, Inc, announced a major purchase of solar power from three solar power providers, BP Solar, SunEdison LLC, and PowerLight, a subsidiary of SunPower Corporation, for 22 combined Wal-Mart stores, Sam's Clubs and a distribution center in Hawaii and California.
Princeton University's Engineering Building To Host Two Solar Power Systems
Princeton University's Engineering Quadrangle Building is now serving as the host site for two photovoltaic systems.
CSEM develops a concept for "Solar Islands" for Production of Electricity and Hydrogen
CSEM, the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology, has signed a contract with the government of the Emirate of Ras Al-Khaimah (RAK) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to develop a prototype of a "Solar Island".
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