When Morrisville State College automotive professor Steve Law bought his 13-acre property near campus 20 years ago, he asked students in the college’s structures classes to design a south-facing pole barn where he could one day install a solar energy system.
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Two major local employers will install a total of more than 8,300 solar panels, making them the latest participants in the growing solar panel industry.
HOLLAND, Mich. (WZZM) - A lakeshore company is helping bring brighter days to the state's economy. Holland-based Solar Street Lights USA makes a product that can't be found anywhere else in the state and the company says its even saving people's lives.
Assurant Specialty Property’s Springfield office soon will be home to one of the Dayton region’s largest solar panel installations.
Georgia Power Company today proposed an initiative to create one of the largest voluntarily-developed solar portfolios by an investor-owned utility in the U.S. The Georgia Power Advanced Solar Initiative (GPASI) would add 210 megawatts (MW) of additional solar capacity to Georgia Power’s portfolio through 2015.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc plans to channel investments totaling $40 billion over the next decade into renewable energy projects, an area the investment bank called one of the biggest profit opportunities since its economists got excited about emerging markets in 2001.
Renewable energy companies around the world are awaiting a decision Thursday by the U.S. Commerce Department on whether to impose anti-dumping tariffs on solar panels imported from China, as a little-noticed policy shift by the department last year has made the outcome of the case unusually hard to predict
A solar power plant that the city of Tracy hopes to build has cleared a major hurdle that’s taken 14 years to accomplish.
A fight over the future of net energy metering (NEM) in California is expected to be decided in a May 24 California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) decision on the arcane question of how to define the NEM cap. It has become a battleground over NEM for investor-owned utilities (IOUs) and solar advocates.
The second phase of the nation's largest city-sponsored residential solar financing program launched today thanks to the infusion of a $25 million commitment from National Bank of Arizona (NBA).