Renewable energy enthusiasts concerned about damage to habitat from renewable energy development have been saying for a few years that there's plenty of disturbed and damaged land on which we could be building our solar and wind facilities instead. And now, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is backing them up.
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McCoy, who lives in rural southeastern Ohio, boasts that his eight-panel solar array will pay for itself in three years through savings on his electric bill.
World’s Largest Operational Solar PV Project, Agua Caliente, Achieves 250 Megawatts of Grid-Connected
First Solar, Inc. today announced that the Agua Caliente solar project has achieved a peak generating capacity of 250 megawatts (MW) AC connected to the electrical grid. The project, which is under construction in Yuma County, Ariz., is currently the world's largest operating photovoltaic (PV) power plant and will have a generating capacity of 290 MWAC when completed.
The United States Air Force Academy says it foray into solar power has been more successful than it anticipated. After a year of operation, the Academy says it’s received 7 and a half percent more power than anticipated from its 6-megawatt solar array project.
U.S. solar-panel installations more than doubled in the second quarter from a year earlier led by demand in California, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
Solar power has many Vermont companies rethinking energy consumption. Installing energy efficient lights is one thing, but large rooftop solar panels are quite another undertaking.
Solar is the energy source of the future - a safe, clean and unlimited supply of power from the sun that has the potential to replace fossil fuels and their associated problems, be they political and diplomatic turmoil, or ecological degradation.
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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.
Reporting from Washington and Los Angeles - Ratcheting up the battle over a vital energy industry, the U.S. Commerce Department decided to impose tariffs on solar panels imported from China after concluding that manufacturers there received illegal government subsidies.