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Published at Oct 18, 2013
The Philippines achieved a milestone in the development of solar photovoltaics when the Energy Regulatory Commission released net metering rules and interconnection standards in July...
United States: Presentations and lectures of the conference "Photovoltaics: Open space and roof systems in Greece"Published at Oct 18, 2013
source: http://www.renewablesb2b.com/ahk_germany/de/portal/index/events/show/b ...
In the context of the 'Renewable Energies Export Initiative' the German-Greek Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted a business trip with the subject "Photovoltaics: open...
Published at Oct 17, 2013
Solar pumps constitute a promising opportunity to free farmers from costly diesel fuels, and to ensure irrigation security.
Published at Oct 15, 2013
The first International Summer School on Renewable Energy was held at the Hassan 1st University in Settat from 1 to 5 July 2013. It was...
Published at Sep 12, 2013
The Solar Energy Industries Association and GTM Research just released the U.S. solar installation numbers for Q2 today. Not surprisingly, the solar juggernaut continues to pick...
Published at Sep 5, 2013
source: The Energy Collective
Clean energy and sustainable transportation projects launched this year created nearly 40,000 new green jobs in America during the second quarter (2Q) of 2013.
Published at Aug 29, 2013
source: Today's Energy Solutions
Non-Hydro Renewables Triple Output in a Decade; Now Nearly Equal Conventional Hydropower
Published at Jul 29, 2013
source: Midwest Energy News
Kansas is undoubtedly a windy state, but it is not yet the “Saudi Arabia of Wind” that Republican Gov. Sam Brownback wants it to be.