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Solar photovoltaic panels are seen in this file photo. SolarWorld is taking a look at a faulty part in panels it distributed to wholesalers across the country, including Hawaii.
Nick Hofmeister of McCordsville installed a solar energy system in his home four years ago.
According to the LA Times , the DWP is having a hard time keeping up with homeowners who have installed solar panels in their homes.
Public Works Director Lee Beauchamp tells 47 ABC, the county solicited five bids for solar energy earlier this year.
David Amster-Olszewski is founder and president of SunShare, one of the big players in the new, rapidly growing "community solar power" market.
With so many homeowners and businesses making greener energy choices, private utilities - along with big oil, gas, coal, and nuclear companies - see the writing on the wall.
For all its advantages, solar power has one obvious drawback: the space that the arrays take up.
More than 100 Wilmette residents have signed up with a program that offers discounts for buying solar panel heating systems, and backers of the program may see more before the discount program's Sept.
SCE&G has issued a request for proposals to build solar farms in North Charleston and Cayce to generate 300-500 kW and 3-4 mW each, respectively.
New York state's multiple solar programs are merging to a single, statewide NY-Sun Incentive Program, which will result in 3,000 megawatts of solar, enough to power 400,000 homes.
Livos Energy Limited has earmarked an 80-acre site at Westnewton, near Aspatria, to build a new solar energy park housing about 50,000 solar panels.
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Thursday, the Tennessee Valley Authority announced their desire to retire the coal burning plant and construct a natural gas plant with 1,000 megawatt generation capacity nearby.
August 21, 2014 Mining companies are often seen as dinosaurs when it comes to making changes that will benefit the environment, but that perception may be shifting as some companies turn to renewable energy to cut costs and lighten their carbon footprint.
With batteries stubbornly refusing to get more efficient, researchers continue to hunt for new ways to power our gadgets.
The Milwaukee Shines solar program started in 2008, helping homes and local landmarks like Discovery World and Milwaukee School of Engineering add solar power to its buildings.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 04:29 am
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