With arrays on the Law School and a parking deck, Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, has commissioned the state’s largest PV system.
The Bureau of Land Management is moving to establish a competitive lease process for wind and solar development on public lands.
With the addition of five new solar photovoltaic arrays in Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Michigan, Ikea has brought renewable energy to 85% of its stores.
Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, plans to develop a 1-gigawatt solar farm on the outskirts of the city by 2030, with 10 megawatts to be completed by 2013.
We review the Changers solar gear and associated social network site, wondering if the act of sharing your clean energy habits with others will motivate you to do more.
An Indiana company is seeking funding for a 20-megawatt solar power plant and energy storage system that it says will deliver grid power on demand.
The U.S. Department of Defense says bases in the California desert could be privately developed to the tune of 7,000 megawatts of new solar capacity.
A research consortium in the Basque region of Spain has developed a PV system for greenhouses that maximizes power production and manages the shading of crops.
Solar-powered recording studios are gaining more traction as studios convert and bands both big and small seek out an alternative energy recording solution.
With solar deployment booming, the U.S. should reject SolarWorld’s call for duties on Chinese imports, argues EarthTechling’s Pete Danko.
Nokia wanted to see how viable a mobile phone with a solar panel integrated into it could be, and found out the answers is, not very.
Solar3D says that tests of its three-dimensional solar cell design that “traps” sunlight suggest that a prototype could hit 25.47 percent efficiency.
Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy buys First Solar’s Topaz Solar Farm, a massive plant being built in California that had sought a federal loan guarantee.
CASM and CASE have turned U.S-China trade relations into an internecine solar slugfest, as they struggle to influence the final outcome in the case.