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How a strong state-industry partnership can help the GCC move to green energy

How a strong state-industry partnership can help the GCC move to green energy

The ongoing energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy requires that governments and the corporate sector collaborate in new ways.
Wedding Present for the Environment

Wedding Present for the Environment

Kate Narburgh and Rich Iovanna have tied the knot in what is believed to be the first green-powered wedding in the United States.
Is Leasing Better Than Buying Solar Panels?

Is Leasing Better Than Buying Solar Panels?

Well if you want the California Solar Initiative (CSI) rebates and the 30% Federal Income Tax Credits available to California residents, then buying solar may make better financial sense. But for those homeowners who are looking to save on their utility bills, but don’t have the financial resources to buy, leasing may be the answer. A 700 fico score minimum […]
Historic Landmark Gains 100 kW Solar PV System

Historic Landmark Gains 100 kW Solar PV System

Today the city of Oakland, California kicks of a ceremony and tour of their new 100 kW solar electric system installed on the 1927 landmark building, the Oakland Scottish Rite Center (OSR) located on the shores of Lake Merritt.
Getting ready for Solar Power International

Getting ready for Solar Power International

With less than three weeks to go before Solar Power International in Dallas, we're busy finalizing our in-progress list of who we'll meet and what sessions we'll be attending.
Musk Call With Turnbull Sparks Battery Debate in Australia

Musk Call With Turnbull Sparks Battery Debate in Australia

Elon Musk’s brave bet to fix Australia’s energy crisis — or hand the money back — landed the tech entrepreneur an hour-long phone call with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and quickly threw him into a debate over whether battery technology is the solution for a nation still wedded to coal for much of its power.    
Solar Windows Coming But What Kind?

Solar Windows Coming But What Kind?

One thing any new industry needs to do is beware of its own hype.   I still remember, almost 20 years ago now, sitting in on the launch of a tablet PC called Momenta. I was just then finishing a book for New Riders to be called “A Guide to Field Computing,” all about hand-held computers and terminals that could […]
California’s CEC Adds Renewable Energy Expertise

California’s CEC Adds Renewable Energy Expertise

In his State of the State address a few weeks ago, Gov. Jerry Brown indicated his intention to "make California again a leader" in, among other things, renewable energy and state-of-the-art efficiency.
Analysts: FSLR’s CFO jump is no big deal

Analysts: FSLR’s CFO jump is no big deal

Analysts give their reasons why First Solar's CFO resignation isn't a red flag, from FSLR's management structure to DoE-backed project progress.
Halfway There: Pedaling Under the St. Louis Arch

Halfway There: Pedaling Under the St. Louis Arch

Enjoyed riding through St. Louis this morning. Plenty of back streets to use and traffic not too bad. Got downtown and stopped by the St. Louis Dispatch. All the beat reporters were out on assignment, so pedaled over to the local NBC News affiliate to try my luck there. One security guard wouldn’t let my trike onto the terrace and […]