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15 Sep Sungevity Pursues Opportunities in Europe

The Californian company Sungevity recently signed a deal with the Neatherlands utility company E.ON Benelux to create a partnership offering services in solar energy. The arrangement calls on Sungevity to use their marketing and solar design platforms to serve utility customers, and the services will be...

08 Sep New Tax on Solar Imports into the U.S.

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it added import duties to Chinese manufacturers’ solar panels and related items.  The new duties add more than eighteen to thirty-five percent plus to these solar imports. The newly assessed duties will of course raise the prices of imports...

17 Feb World’s largest solar thermal power plant now live

The world’s largest solar thermal power plant, the Ivanpah Solar Energy Generating System, is live and delivering power to Californians. Covering around 3,500 acres of federal land near the California-Nevada border, the system has a field of thousands of mirror-like heliostats that direct sunlight to receivers...

07 Feb How the Super Bowl went solar

New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, host to the recent Super Bowl clash between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, is a shining example of how solar is hitting the mainstream. The ring atop the stadium, made of LED light bulbs, is powered by 1,350 building integrated PV...