First Solar to Team With Ordos City on Major Solar Power Plant in China Desert
First Solar recently announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Chinese
government to build a 2 gigawatt solar power plant in Ordos City, Inner
DOE Announces Up To $52.5 Million For Concentrating Solar Power Research And Development
The US Department of Energy recently announced plans to provide up to $52_5 million to research, develop, and demonstrate Concentrating Solar Power systems capable of providing low-cost electrical power both day and night.
New York Power Authority Announces Plans for State's Largest Solar Project
Governor David Paterson announced the largest solar photovoltaic project in New York, which will help the State meet its energy needs, foster the development of solar technologies and stimulate the economy with new clean energy jobs.
Duke Energy to Build up to 400 'Mini' Solar Power Plants in North Carolina
Duke Energy will build between 100 and 400 electricity-generating mini solar power plants throughout North Carolina over the next two years in one of the first large-scale initiatives of its kind in the US, according to CEO Jim Rogers.
Science Foundation Arizona Launches the Solar Technology Institute
Science Foundation Arizona announced five new solar investments totaling $4 million and the opening of the Solar Technology Institute (STI) to advance Arizona's renewable energy leadership.
World's Largest Solar Power Tower Plant Begins Operating in Spain
Following the conclusion of the successful three-day production and operational testing period, Abengoa Solar has begun commercial operation of the new PS20 solar power tower plant located at the Solucar Platform, near Seville (Spain).
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.
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