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Published 6 Years Ago
Tucson Electric Power Introduces Bright Roofs Solar PV Program
  Tucson Electric Power (TEP) says it will build new grid-tied solar arrays on the roofs of large public buildings to help serve a growing demand for renewable power under its new TEP Bright Roofs program.Through the program, the company plans to

Published 6 Years Ago
Ascent Solar Enters Manufacturing And Distribution Alliance With TFG Radiant Gro
Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. says it has entered into a partnership with China-based TFG Radiant Group that includes investments by TFG Radiant in Ascent, as well as a joint development agreement to establish manufacturing facilities to be located in

Published 6 Years Ago
BrightSource Energy Files Application For 500 MW Solar Plant In California
BrightSource Energy Inc., a solar thermal technology company, says it has filed an application for certification with the California Energy Commission for the development of a 500 MW solar development project - comprising two 250 MW plants - in

Published 6 Years Ago
The Solyndra Hearing: Squabbling, Accusations And Four Big Questions
The political firestorm continues for bankrupt PV module manufacturer Solyndra and its infamous 5 million loan guarantee from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).On the heels of the FBI's arrival last week at the company's California headquarters

Published 7 Years Ago
Surviving The Shakeout: With PV Stocks Plunging, Where Are We Headed?
Last week's news that thin-film PV manufacturer First Solar - a much-watched publicly traded company - would cut 2,000 jobs and shut down its manufacturing operations in Germany was followed by another blow: The company's stock hit an all-time low as

Published 7 Years Ago
Companies To Develop 34-Meter Solar Module On A Roofing Membrane
ISOVOLTAIC, Isosport, Renolit, Konarka AIT and Hymmen are developing a 34-meter-long flexible solar module on a roofing membrane. The companies say these modules have potential to produce more cost-effective power due to reduced production and

Published 7 Years Ago
Sandia Labs Launches Sustainable Innovation Foundry
Sandia National Laboratories has launched a Sustainability Innovation Foundry intended to combine labs-wide resource conservation with efforts to turn research in fields related to sustainability - including solar and other forms of renewable energy -

Published 7 Years Ago
SolarWorld Ally PetersenDean Calls For Resignations At SEIA
As the U.S. Commerce Department's International Trade Administration (ITA) is poised to issue its final ruling on the validity of anti-dumping allegations about certain manufacturers of solar photovoltaic products - principally from China and Taiwan -

Published 7 Years Ago
Extreme Consolidation Expected In Upstream Solar Market This Year
Amid rapidly falling prices, mounting losses and massive operational costs, the upstream solar photovoltaic supply chain is undergoing major consolidation, with the number of companies participating in the market expected to plunge by 70% this

Published 7 Years Ago
NREL Says Shared Solar Represents A Potential 11 GW Market Through 2020
Analysis from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) finds that shared solar projects accessible by households and businesses that currently cannot host on-site photovoltaic systems could

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