2014 promises to be a banner year for solar in New York, based in part upon expansion of the NY-Sun program.
Solar has been slow to take hold in the U.S. Southeast, but North Carolina is an exception, becoming a global leader.
Nearly half of Mosaic’s projects have focused on providing solar for underprivileged schools and community centers here in the U.S. and now they are going international.
The electricity used to light the iconic sign welcoming visitors to Las Vegas is now offset by onsite solar arrays.
Analyst IHS says the utilities’ pushback against full-retail solar net metering schemes won’t be a huge factor in 2014.
“60 Minutes,” its credibility already tarnished, says the cleantech revolution is falling apart, ignoring tons of evidence that suggests just the opposite.
On Jan. 2, 2013, California hit a then-record 1,235 megawatts in solar power production. Exactly a year later, it reached 3,048 MW.
A contract for very cheap solar power in New Mexico shows the synergies to be realized from well-planned solar-wind hybrid project, researchers say.
The six-month period to March 2014 will result in 22 gigawatts of demand, equivalent to a new 5 megawatt solar farm installed every hour, a forecaster says.
New York State announces plans to pour millions more into simulating more large solar and biogas projects in the New York City area.
A 41-megawatt PV plant is completed in Texas, the biggest yet in the state – but it’s just the first phase in a planned 400-megawatt project.