Teaming up with more than 30 leading environmental and energy groups, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) today announced its participation in the National #PutSolarOnIt Day of Action this Saturday.
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At the urging of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and other stakeholders, the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today approved a settlement that will reopen the company’s highly popular Colorado small residential and medium-sized Solar*Rewards solar programs until the state’s 2014 Renewable Energy Standard (RES) Compliance Plan is finalized later this year.
Joe Harrison had his hands full trying to keep up with business installing solar panels last year.
“It was crazy,” said Harrison, a senior project developer for Borrego Solar, a company that installs solar systems around the country. Borrego was one of the largest developers of solar power projects in Massachusetts last year.
As residents here are increasingly adopting solar energy to power up their homes, one solar company is hoping to stir up more interest with a new incentive program.
Riverside- and San Diego-based solar energy firm Sullivan Solar Power has put forward a program offering Rancho Cucamonga residents up to $2,000 in cash. The program, modeled after the California Solar Initiative rebate program, offers early adopters the highest cash incentives. The incentive level drops as more homeowners sign up.
SolarWall® Honored along with Edison, Ford and the Panama Canal in American Society of Mechanical Engineers Exhibit
SolarWall® inventor John Hollick has been honored in an exciting new exhibit curated by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) that features the best inventions, inventors and engineering feats of the past two centuries, including Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, George Westinghouse, Willis Carrier, the steam engine and the Panama Canal.
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Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has announced the approval of two major solar energy projects: the 350 MW Midland Solar Energy Project in Nevada and the 100 MW Quartzsite Solar Energy Project in Arizona. She says the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) also approved the 70 MW New York Canyon Geothermal Project in Nevada.
A nearly half-billion dollar program to promote new solar projects proposed by Public Service Electric & Gas won approval yesterday from state regulators, with officials saying the projects would have little impact on utility customers’ electric bills.
The Army's second largest installation, Fort Bliss, Texas, will soon have the Department of Defense's largest renewable power project.
A bill to repeal the US state of North Carolina's Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Standard (REPS) has stalled in a committee of the North Carolina House of Representatives, failing to win the support of some members of the Republican Party.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has said multilateral trade negotiations between the EU, US and China are important to end the dispute with the BRIC country over anti-dumping and anti-subsidy allegations involving Chinese solar panels. Following a meeting in China last week, the US solar association said it time for the west and BRIC nations to work together before the dispute affects the global solar supply chain.