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- Tag: grid
Published at Feb 26, 2014
source: Renew Grid
Non-hydro renewable energy sources accounted for more than 99% of all new U.S. electrical generating capacity installed during January for a total of 324 MW,...
Published at May 29, 2013
source: Renewable Energy World
Market research firm ASD projects grid-scale battery storage will rise to a $1.17 billion market this year, largely thanks to increased need for more...
Published at May 22, 2013
source: The Atlantic Journal Constitution
Georgia Power has no plans to increase its use of solar power beyond a program announced last year. Clean energy advocates said at a hearing...
Published at May 16, 2013
Working with a few friends, Herr, 74, built the frame and installed the cells, bringing the system on the grid in January. He estimates that...
Published at Apr 17, 2013
source: Renew Grid Mag
In a new white paper, Navigant Research has identified 10 key trends that the company says will shape global smart grid investment this...
Published at Apr 1, 2013
source: Business Courier
When City Council approved the Green Cincinnati Plan in 2008, it included a target of installing solar energy on one out of every five rooftops,...
Published at Mar 1, 2013
source: Renewable Energy World.com
President Barack Obama recently pushed for increased energy efficiency in his State of the Union address. His endorsement is a plus, no argument. But...