Absolute Green Energy
Consulting Engineers - DC Power Systems, Sustainable Energy, Energy Storage, Nanogrid and Microgrid Power Systems
Third party developer serving low income communities and institutions.
Stevens & Lee was founded in 1928 and has grown into a professional services firm of over 180 lawyers and 40 non-lawyer business and consulting professionals. Each of our lawyers is involved in a high-end area of the law and practices out of 15 offices located in the Mid-Atlantic region. We have established a reputation as one of the preeminent providers of sophisticated legal services in the region. We regularly handle some of the most complex and challenging transactions and litigation in the country. We represent hundreds of clients in a variety of industries, including financial services, health care, manufacturing, life sciences, technology and retail sales, among others.
BDO Valuation Advisors offers valuations and appraisals of commercial and utility solar installations for financing purposes.
BlueWave Capital, LLC (BlueWave) is a renewable energy project development company with a focus on solar photovoltaic (PV) development. BlueWave has approximately 150 megawatts (MW) of solar projects under development in New England, South Africa, and the Caribbean. We have a particular focus on Massachusetts, where we currently have over 40 MW or $100,000,000 of projects completed or in construction and are the largest active solar developer. Our team has extensive experience in developing environmentally responsible energy projects, deep knowledge of the public policies and financial incentives driving these opportunities, and the confidence of the public and private sector leaders who are instrumental in bringing these projects to fruition.
Citizens Energy seeks to develop energy projects in a responsible and conservative manner that is reflective of Citizens Energy's higher mission of making life's most basic needs more accessible and affordable.
Throughout Western Massachusetts, Eastern New York State, Vermont and Connecticut, Comalli Group, Inc. has earned a reputation for outstanding collaboration with customers and contractors, leading-edge solutions that result in greater efficiency, and the most talented people in the field.
Cotuit Solar designs, installs and commissions complete turnkey renewable energy systems from small to large. Founded in 1988, we are people oriented and have many satisfied customers for both our installations and our service work. Full carbon footprint modeling and sustainable living solutions are available. We all use what we sell.
Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGP-NA), part of Enel Green Power, is a leading owner and operator of renewable energy plants in North America with projects operating and under development in 21 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces. EGP-NA owns and operates over 90 plants with an installed capacity exceeding 1.6 GW powered by renewable hydropower, wind, geothermal, solar and biomass energy. Together with its development partners (TradeWind Energy, LLC. and Geronimo Wind Energy, LLC.), EGP-NA has nearly doubled its total installed capacity since 2010. The company employs more than 350 people in North America with strong technical and financial expertise. Enel Green Power has more than 200 MW of solar installed capacity worldwide. The 26 MW Stillwater Solar Geothermal Hybrid Project in Nevada is Enel Green Powers largest solar project and the first plant in the world to combine the continuous generation capacity of medium enthalpy geothermal binary cycle with the peak capacity of solar power.
EnergySage is an online comparison-shopping marketplace for solar panel systems for homes, businesses and non-profits;http://www.energysage.com/ EnergySage helps consumers research and shop for solar photovoltaic and other clean energy systems. Our Lending-Tree like comparison-shopping platform allows homeowners, businesses and non-profits to easily and quickly solicit and compare competitive quotes for solar PV systems and financing options. We offer prospective solar consumers more choices and unprecedented levels of transparency into prices and product and installer quality, allowing them to quickly and easily determine the best value for them.
Fenix Partners was formed in the winter of 2009 as an investment company to take advantage of the extraordinary and daunting opportunities emerging from the economic and market crisis of that period. The name was inspired by the timing of the company's founding; "Fenix" is an ancient spelling of the mythical bird which rose from ashes. The simplified spelling evokes the simple nature of the investment concepts that form the basis of Fenix's portfolios.
With the coldest winter in two decades gripping much of the country this year – and wild price swings for natural gas rattling the markets, not to mention American consumers – it’s easy for many people to overlook the “hot start” in 2014 for solar energy.
But so far this year, it’s been good news followed by even more good news for the U.S. solar industry.
News flash: On Thursday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released its latest “Energy Infrastructure Update” report, showing that early 90 percent of all new electric generation that came online in January was solar.
News flash: On Wednesday, the Department of the Interior (DOI) formally approved two new utility-scale solar power projects in California and Nevada, totaling 550 megawatts (MW) of new generating capacity. Both projects are being developed by First Solar Inc. and mark a regulatory milestone. President Obama’s administration has now approved 50 large-scale renewable energy projects on public lands in the West since 2009 – more than half of them for solar.
News flash: Last week, the huge $2.2 billion Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System – located near the California-Nevada border – was completed, generating enough power for 140,000 homes. This state-of-the-art concentrating solar power (CSP) complex is owned by BrightSource Energy, NRG Energy and Google. San Francisco-based Bechtel, the largest construction company in the United States, provided engineering, procurement, construction and start-up services for the project.
News flash: Three weeks ago, in his nationally-televised State of the Union address, President Obama gave a personal “shout out” for solar, telling an audience of 35 million people: “Every four minutes, another American home or business goes solar; every panel pounded into place by a worker whose job can’t be outsourced.”
News flash: Four days before the President’s address to Congress, more than 3 million people took part in National “Shout Out For Solar” Day – celebrated as part of SEIA’s 40th anniversary as a national trade association – on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. This first-of-its-type event was also enthusiastically supported by hundreds of business and environmental groups nationwide.
News flash: On the same day, working with its member companies, SEIA launched its new “America Supports Solar” campaign, which highlights solar energy’s explosive growth across the United States, as well as its record-shattering year in 2013. It’s estimated that the U.S. now has 13 GW of installed solar capacity – enough to power more than 2 million American homes. What’s more, when all of the 2013 numbers are in, solar is expected to account for more new electric generating capacity in the U.S. than any other renewable energy source.
While 2013 was a record-breaking year, 2014 may be even better with 30 percent growth being forecast. Part of this unprecedented expansion is due to the fact that the average price of a solar system has dropped by more than 50 percent since 2010, benefitting consumers, businesses, schools and government entities.
And guess what? There’s even more good news on the horizon. The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Sunshot Initiative, which is working on ways to make solar more competitive with entrenched energy sources, estimates that by 2020 soft costs should not exceed 65 cents per watt for residential solar systems and 44 cents per watt for commercial systems.
Today, 40 years after SEIA was formed, there are nearly 143,000 Americans employed by the U.S. solar industry at more than 6,100 American companies – with SEIA leading the fight to expand markets, remove market barriers, strengthen the industry and educate Americans about the benefits of solar energy. These efforts have led to the adoption of a wide range of smart public policies, including the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) and Net Energy Metering (NEM).
Considering solar energy’s humble beginnings in America, that is a remarkable record of achievement.
But you know what? The best news flashes are still to come!
First Wind develops, finances, builds and operates utility-scale renewable energy projects throughout the United States. Based in Boston, First Wind has developed and currently operates renewable energy facilities in the Northeast, the West and Hawaii, with combined capacity of more than 1,000 megawatts (MW) enough to power about 300,000 U.S. homes each year. For more information on First Wind, please visit www.firstwind.com or follow us on Twitter @FirstWind.
Fraunhofer is Europes largest application-oriented research organization. Our research efforts are geared entirely to peoples needs: health, security, communication, energy and the environment. As a result, the work undertaken by our researchers and developers has a significant impact on peoples lives. We are creative. We shape technology. We design products. We improve methods and techniques. We open up new vistas. In short, we forge the future.
Greentech Media is an integrated online media company with news, events and research for the global greentech community.
Heilind is North America's largest stocking Interconnect distributor with 38 locations in 20 states, Canada and Mexico. Our rapidly expanding solar portfolio includes: Amphenol, TE, Molex, Heyco, Weidmuller, HellermannTyton, Burndy, Cooper Bussmann, Wiley and more. Our product offering includes connectors, combiner boxes, fuses, fuse holders, PV wire, grounding solutions, solar labels, tooling, and many wire management devices. Including: SS wire ties, UV resistant Nylon wire ties, module wire clips, bundle devices, edge mount clips, Cord grips and much more.
I.N.O. Electrical Service provides full electrical service and photovoltaic renewable energy solutions to meet the specific needs of every customer
IHS is a privately-held, independent research and advisory firm focusing on emerging technology markets in the energy sector. With offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Barcelona, Spain, EER is dedicated to tracking market segments on the cusp of change in the energy industrythose that are the fastest growing, the fastest changing, and most impacted by technology advances, regulatory trends, market trends, and industry re-structuring. EER has built an extensive research base in the Global Wind Energy, Clean and Renewable Power Generation, Biofuels, Hydrogen and Fuel Cells.
Solar Operations, Loss Mitigation and Maintenance
Navigant Consulting, Inc., is a leader in providing renewable energy management, technology, and operations assistance to a diverse set of private and public sector clients.
Nexamp is a leading solar power producer. Nexamp develops, builds, owns, and operates distributed and utility-scale solar projects. We deliver integrated solutions, from project development and financing through construction and asset management, to ensure that our clients and partners maximize the value of their solar energy investments.