New Jersey edged out California in the first quarter of this year for the lead in solar installations with 174 megawatts (see below for state-by-state details from USSMI -- sorry, California).
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Scottsdale was among the first school districts in the state to put solar panels on campus roofs, in 2009 at Coronado High School and the Desert Mountain High School/Mountainside Middle School campus.
Campbell Soup Company has celebrated the completion of a 9.8-megawatt (MW) solar power system at its manufacturing facility in Napoleon, Ohio.
The South Church and its prominent white steeple on Central Street have had a powerful presence in downtown Andover for over 152 years.
Being majority-owned by Europe’s third-largest oil company will help SunPower Corp. (SPWR) bring solar power to the Middle East.
The coolest solar projects constructed or in the works - from the largest solar-powered office building in the world to Enviromission's solar towers to the PVs that top off the Vatican.
Local solar advocate Jack Star points to several recent developments that have him feeling optimistic about solar energy in the Savannah area.
Borrowing a design concept from the consumer electronics industry, ‘Plug n’ Play’ solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are making their way into the consumer mass market.
The largest solar farm in Texas is now pumping power to homes across Austin. The $100 million facility was switched on last month and city officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony today.
Arizona Public Service Co. and Salt River Project are continuing to see what they call strong demand for solar incentives, despite a ratcheting-down of those funds in the past two years.