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Published at Feb 18, 2014
source: Energy Matters
After three years and 8.5 million man-hours, the world’s largest solar power plant was officially opened last week in the USA’s sun-scorched Mojave Desert.
Published at Feb 12, 2014
source: Solar Industry
The Ontario Power Authority affirm that the applications for rooftop solar projects experienced much success in the third round of its FIT program, which accounted...
Published at Feb 11, 2014
source: Midwest Energy News
Solar installers, manufacturers, and suppliers added employees in the Midwest last year at a rate more than double the national average.
Published at Feb 10, 2014
source: Canadian Manufacturing
The budget of 2014 includes a Capital Cost Allowance system which provides faster amortization deductions for specific clean energy generation and energy conservation equipment obtained...
Published at Feb 6, 2014
source: Renew Grid
Schneider Electric and AREVA have engaged in a strategic partnership agreement to develop energy management and storage solutions based on hydrogen fuel cell technology.
Published at Feb 5, 2014
source: Earth Techling
The U.S. wind power industry didn’t put a whole lot of new generating capacity into operation in 2013, but it laid the groundwork, beginning construction...
Published at Feb 4, 2014
source: Canadian Biomass
The planned cement plant in the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec will be using biomass to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Published at Feb 4, 2014
source: Construction Canada
The CaGBC has revealed the newest version of the LEED program. LEED v4 encourages higher energy efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, building performance, and material lifecycle...