While solar investments (outside of China) limped along in 2010, it was a banner year for smart grid investments and deal-making, and good for wind power, too.
Perdue says it will install 11,000 solar panels over two states, which, when complete, will be one of the largest commercially-owned East Coast solar projects.
Pure Power Advisors has announced a $100 million fund to provide for the financing and structured acquisition of 1.5 to 20 MW ground-mounted solar projects.
American President Barack Obama, in his State of the Union, calls for clean energy and green technology innovation, among others, to put America back to work.
A Colorado company finishes the solar field for its system that switches back and forth between providing heat and electricity, depending on seasonal needs.
Some 90,000 300-MW solar power plants would just be the beginning of what we’d need to achieve 100 percent renewable energy sourcing by 2030, say researchers.
Through Tucson Electric Power’s Bright Tucson Solar Program, homeowners will be able to purchase solar power in 150 kilowatt blocks for an extra $3 each/month.