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Goldwind connects 5 MW test wind turbine to the grid

Goldwind connects 5 MW test wind turbine to the grid

Goldwind's PMDD onshore GW 5S Smart Wind Turbine features a 165-meter rotor diameter and hub heights that can range from 100-130 meters. 
Small Wind Pays Off in the Northwest

Small Wind Pays Off in the Northwest

The second home wind turbine in the Chelan County Public Utility District (PUD) went up in May, as part of a partnership between the PUD's green power program and a newly formed wind cooperative that's helping pare down turbine installation costs for homeowners.
Green Energy Data Collected

Green Energy Data Collected

Platts Research and Consulting's, E Source Green Energy Service has completed the first-ever compilation of aggregated, detailed information about the marketing efforts and sales results of 13 North American utilities that currently sell green energy. Platts is the energy information, research, consulting and marketing services business of The McGraw-Hill Companies.
Will States Take Over Demand Response Markets in the US?

Will States Take Over Demand Response Markets in the US?

How will demand response (DR) be compensated in wholesale energy markets under NY’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative in the wake of the DC Circuit Court’s decision vacating Order 745, and how will the bulk system respond to cuts in peak demand with the growth of distributed energy generation (DEG)? How will FERC’s role change as regulation of DR […]
John Deere Commits to Factory-wide Biodiesel Use

John Deere Commits to Factory-wide Biodiesel Use

In a small step that could have a wide-ranging impact on the use of clean, renewable fuels throughout the U.S. and beyond, John Deere revealed plans to use B2, a blend of two percent biodiesel fuel, as the preferred factory-fill in its diesel propelled machines made in the United States.
Conergy steps up solar production capacity sites

Conergy steps up solar production capacity sites

Conergy is stepping up its production capacities. Apart from establishing additional in-house production plants, the system manufacturer will continue to rely on its factory in Frankfurt (Oder) but also expand to the contract manufacturing of its Conergy premium modules.
SEIA Sheds Light on Tax Treatment of Solar Financing

SEIA Sheds Light on Tax Treatment of Solar Financing

There has been a lot of dialogue about the future of solar financing and the tax treatment of various solar financing scenarios, and we at the Solar Energy Industries Association hope to contribute additional clarity to that discussion. As an industry we must remain mindful of the applicable tax laws, statutory and regulatory requirements that govern key solar incentive programs such as the Section 48 commercial solar investment tax credit ("ITC") and the Section 1603 Treasury Program ("1603").
California power shut-offs drive customers to solar and storage

California power shut-offs drive customers to solar and storage

The devastating California wildfires and related power outages are already leading to new approaches to energy resiliency that rely on battery storage technologies.
Can Utilities and Innovators Work Together at the Edge of the Grid?

Can Utilities and Innovators Work Together at the Edge of the Grid?

Recent events and developments have me pondering a significant question regarding the future of our industry: can traditional utilities and companies innovating at the edge of the grid find common ground to work together? Undoubtedly, one of the most exciting areas in the energy sector is happening downstream of distribution substations, and especially at customer premises. We are seeing increased penetration of on-site solar PV systems as costs drop dramatically; the promise of energy storage as integrated solar+storage packages become a reality; the growth of building energy management systems with ever-sleeker user interfaces; and smart thermostats that are starting to offer real value (to both the customer and utility/energy provider) rather than simply access to more data.
Nevada Hits the Jackpot in Bid for Tesla Motors Gigafactory

Nevada Hits the Jackpot in Bid for Tesla Motors Gigafactory

Governor Brian Sandoval took to the podium yesterday in Carson City alongside solar magnate Elon Musk to announce Nevada has been chosen as the official home of the long-awaited Tesla Motors “Gigafactory,” a $5 billion lithium-ion battery production facility expected to churn out half a million electric car battery cells and packs by 2020.