Governor Jan Brewer announced today the Grand Canyon state is ranked 3rd in the nation in solar system installation.
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President Obama traveled here to the Nevada desert Wednesday to highlight the future of solar energy ? and ridicule Republicans for trimming back federal funding to develop it.
A group of 20 U.S. solar industry stakeholders have submitted a letter to Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, in which they lay out their recommendations for creating a "smart from the start" public land solar energy program. They also state that it "must" be complete by the end of fiscal year 2012.
Pepco has purchased the University of Maryland's winning entry of the Solar Decathlon for $200,000, and plans to reassemble the environmentally conscious home on one of its properties to use as an educational site.
The number of proposed solar projects in California last year was 4-1/2 times the level the state needs to meet its 33 percent renewable power target by 2020, a state regulator said on Tuesday.
Comments on the supplemental draft programmatic environmental impact statement (PEIS) for solar energy development in Southwestern states.
The Commerce Department is scheduled to decide in a month whether Chinese solar panels should be subject to an import tariff, after fielding a complaint from domestic manufacturers that the Chinese are illegally subsidizing their solar export market. The department has not said how it will rule.