Major semiconductor manufacturer Intel Corp has highlighted that its electricity consumption across its manufacturing operations in the US and Europe have reached the milestone of obtaining all electricity needs from renewable resources such as solar PV, hydro-electric and wind.
Just over a month ago, the New Jersey State Legislature passed a trio of clean energy bills focusing on sweeping Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) increases but progress has halted at the Governor's door.
With the world’s first solar-powered airport, as well as India’s first solar education centre and floating PV projects, the state of Kerala has been a frontrunner in innovation and now its industry has an eye on a hugely ambitious rooftop solar goal - KREEPA Green Power Expo 2017.
New Jersey’s Nautilus Solar and California-based Kilroy Realty have partnered to build a portfolio of commercial solar projects amounting to 5.2MW across nine of Kilroy’s offices between Southern and Northern California.
News in Brief: Utah's Museum of Ancient Life installs 1,500 solar panels, California's Great America amusement park is now 100% renewable, Intel unveils the second largest solar carport in the country, SunPower installs systems at Macy's and Bloomingdales for Earth Week, and the 10MW US Army solar facility at Fort Rucker is now online.
News in Brief: The governments of India and Portugal sign an MoU on renewable energy development, solar arrays are installed at MSU and State College, PA, African gold mine IAMGOLD corp signs a PPA for a new solar facility, and a Hawaiian food bank is making big savings with its new solar system.
BrightSpot has installed its first LoadSpot panel durability testing system at the FSEC, Trina supplies 4MW carport for German airport, Dominion acquires 60MWac solar development in North Carolina from SunEnergy1.