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Last evening, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed D.C. Public Service Commission Chairman Willie Phillips as a new member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
GE and UK’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), have agreed to finance Kalyon Enerji’s 1.35GW Karapinar solar project located in the Konya Karapinar province, Turkey.
With bipartisan energy compromise now law, advocates and some Democrats look to the budget to help protect the state’s poorest ratepayers.
The ongoing energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy requires that governments and the corporate sector collaborate in new ways.
This summer Hitachi announced its intention to change its name to Hitachi Energy and drop the joint venture name it adopted when it purchased the grid business from ABB. Today, the company is announcing that the former name, Hitachi ABB Power Grids, has been officially changed to simply Hitachi Energy.
Instead of undertaking fundamental industry structure analysis, with examination of strategic, technical, and economic evaluation of options in the electricity industry, what we have is obvious, anticlimactic: “deploy solar.”
Interesting piece on Technorati with a different take on the impact of shale drilling and the impact on wind energy. President Obama dedicated a substantial portion of his State of the Union address to the topic of energy, particularly renewable energy. Interestingly, he went to great lengths to point out the role of government investment in the technologies that lead […]
The supply chain behind today's photovoltaics industry is vast, including materials suppliers, equipment manufacturers, cell and module manufacturers and balance-of-system providers. In this section, we recognize those companies that are playing a key role in developing the solar industry to date. These organizations are helping to make solar more broadly available, easier to adopt, more efficient or cost-effective, and develop new innovations.
Solar PV technology owes its existence as we know it to Edmund Bequerel, Albert Einstein, and other historical figures. Today, this spirit of technological advancement and ingenuity is alive and well.
The political will to support solar has arguably been the single largest factor determining the growth of the market in the last decade, with the German feed-in tariff (FIT) as the most obvious example. That political will depends largely on public awareness, and that's where this group of PV champions comes in.