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Nearly 2.4 gigawatts of solar installed in the US during second quarter of 2017 – CNBC

CNBCNearly 2.4 gigawatts of solar installed in the US during second quarter of 2017CNBCThe U.S. installed almost 2.4 gigawatts (GW) of solar photovoltaics in the second quarter of 2017, an increase of 8 percent year-on-year, according to a new report from GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). Breaking the …Solar power installations grow 8 percentThe HillExperts wary of possible import tarriffs on solar panelsLas Vegas Review-JournalKickoff of US Solar Industry’s National Event Turns Into Suniva and SolarWorld SmackdownGreentech MediaEcoWatch -Bloomberg -Kallanish Energy (subscription)all 51 news articles »

TEDxABQ to be powered by solar energy – Sacramento Bee

Laredo Morning TimesTEDxABQ to be powered by solar energySacramento BeeAn Albuquerque solar company is helping a TED Talks-type event in New Mexico’s largest city run all on solar energy. CloudSolar has announced that it will power TEDxABQ on Saturday on solar. Paul Droege, the company’s founder, says the attendees see …TEDxABQ to be powered by solar energy | The HeraldThe Heraldall 3 news articles »

Solar energy will help power Merida in June 2018 – The Yucatan Times

The Yucatan TimesSolar energy will help power Merida in June 2018The Yucatan TimesPROGRESO — The San Ignacio Solar Energy Park, which will generate electricity to sell to the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), will start operating in June 2018, said Manuel Mendizábal, legal representative of Solar Energy San Ignacio. “400 …

Solar energy company plans to expand into Peoria area – Peoria Journal Star

Solar energy company plans to expand into Peoria areaPeoria Journal StarBRIMFIELD — A solar energy developer plans to commence construction next year on multiple small-scale installations in the Peoria area, expanding its nationwide footprint as part of the company’s first foray into Illinois. Cypress Creek Renewables …

Solar Competition Clouds Wyoming Wind Energy Plans – U.S. News & World Report

Solar Competition Clouds Wyoming Wind Energy PlansU.S. News & World ReportSolar Competition Clouds Wyoming Wind Energy Plans. A major Wyoming wind project designed to deliver electricity to California faces growing competition from solar energy. Sept. 5, 2017, at 2:38 p.m.. Solar Competition Clouds Wyoming Wind Energy …and more »

IEA Underreporting Solar & Wind Energy 3–4x Compared To Fossil Fuels – CleanTechnica

CleanTechnicaIEA Underreporting Solar & Wind Energy 3–4x Compared To Fossil FuelsCleanTechnicaWind and solar energy have for decades experienced exponential growth and employ millions of people, but according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) statistics, they still only constitute about 2% of the world energy supply. How can this be …China beats its solar energy goal three years ahead of scheduleHydrogen Fuel NewsHow Distributed Solar Could Help During Natural DisastersSolar IndustryHow one solar power partnership seeks to bridge the skills gapHR DiveWindpower Engineering (press release) (blog)all 6 news articles »

Solar power helps transform LA gang members – Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleSolar power helps transform LA gang membersDeutsche WelleLet’s go with the times: It’s solar energy, renewable energy. No one is charging for using the sun. Let’s get trained to use it in a positive way,” he says. He has now progressed to a new job with Grid Alternatives, the largest nonprofit solar …

Solar Energy Might Get Cheaper Using Honeycomb Design Similar To Insect Eyes – International Business Times

International Business TimesSolar Energy Might Get Cheaper Using Honeycomb Design Similar To Insect EyesInternational Business TimesSolar panels have already taken off with companies such as Elon Musk’s SolarCity investing in it, but the fact remains that even though solar energy is cheaper over time, the infrastructure is costly to install. This might change with solar panels made …