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Cape Wind: Regulation, Litigation and the Struggle to Develop Offshore Wind Power in the U.S.

Cape Wind: Regulation, Litigation and the Struggle to Develop Offshore Wind Power in the U.S.

In 2001, Jim Gordon, a well-heeled developer of natural gas plants in New England, took up a long-discussed but never-pursued idea that advocates said would usher in a new era of clean energy in America: an ocean-based wind farm off the shores of Cape Cod.
Champions of Photovoltaics Technology

Champions of Photovoltaics Technology

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.
Champions of photovoltaics technology

Champions of photovoltaics technology

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. Photovoltaics World salutes a few of the technologists that have made PV’s journey possible, at the beginning through today.
The Question Day 32: What is the Most Difficult Issue Facing the Solar Industry?

The Question Day 32: What is the Most Difficult Issue Facing the Solar Industry?

It's been a year of both continued expansion and mounting challenges for the global solar industry. RenewableEnergyWorld asked solar industry executives to share their thoughts and insights on one burning question: