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A 9.2-megawatt solar array on the roof of a commercial warehouse in Maryland is now the largest rooftop community solar project in the U.S.
A certain type of investment is needed for energy infrastructure that is not always accessible for developing economies.
Aiming to deploy clean energy resources in densely-populated urban areas, a partnership will unlock $55 million for community solar project development in New York City.
Green Hydrogen is the trendiest clean energy source around. However, costs significant and unviable from a commercial perspective, at this point in time.
The New York Power Authority is exploring the ability to transition a natural gas-fired turbine to run on green hydrogen with a demonstration project at Brentwood Power Station.
The US Dept. of Energy has announced funding for research and development of technologies that can help increase the lifespan of solar energy power plants.
The Biden administration has set a target of powering 5 million American homes with community solar projects by 2025-- an ambition that would require 700% growth of current capacity.
The Biden administration believes reaching its community solar target could create $1 billion in energy savings.
Along with wind power, argues Ralf Leutz, concentrating photovoltaics (CPV) offers one of the most promising utility-scale, and sustainable, renewable energy technology options. CPV has the potential of an efficiency reaching and exceeding 50%. And in the right locations, will have electricity costs low enough to be competitive with fossil and nuclear power.
The Concentrating Photovoltaics (CPV) industry will soon take up a larger share of the solar market as technology improves, investment pours in and cost comes down, according to leading CPV manufacturers at the Solar Power 2006 conference and expo.