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Alternative Energy / Solar Energy

Australia Going Solar - Gonna Cost Ya, Mate

Australia Going Solar - Gonna Cost Ya, Mate

Dec 03, 2011 at 10:31 | John Daly

Green activists, take note – for Australia fully to embrace solar power, Canberra would have to spend $100 billion, with photovoltaic cells to generate the electricity covering an area twice…

World's Largest Solar Storage Deal Could Herald a New Era For Solar Power

World's Largest Solar Storage Deal Could Herald a New Era For Solar Power

Nov 30, 2011 at 17:14 | Energy Digital

On Tuesday, BrightSource Energy and Southern California Edison added storage capabilities to three of their power purchase agreements, which collectively represent the largest solar storage deal in the world and…

China Solar Manufacturers Decry U.S.

China Solar Manufacturers Decry U.S. "Dumping"

Nov 29, 2011 at 17:41 | John Daly

The western press increasingly portrays China’s energy policies as omnivorous, circling the globe to acquire any and all energy assets to feed China’s booming economy. But this picture is overly…

What Keeps Solar Energy Executives Up at Night

What Keeps Solar Energy Executives Up at Night

Nov 29, 2011 at 17:21 | Gary Hunt

I found myself stumbling across a lot of discussion about solar energy the past few days. There is both good news and bad news. San Francisco where I live is…

Will we Ever See Solar Powered Cars on the Road?

Will we Ever See Solar Powered Cars on the Road?

Nov 24, 2011 at 17:13 | Tom Murphy

If you like the sun, and you like cars, then I’m guessing you’d love to have a solar-powered car, right? This trick works well for chocolate and peanut butter, but…

Chu Defends Solyndra Loan Guarantee in Five-Hour Testimony

Chu Defends Solyndra Loan Guarantee in Five-Hour Testimony

Nov 20, 2011 at 10:05 | Gloria Gonzalez

The US Department of Energy (DOE) did not break the law when it restructured a loan guarantee for now bankrupt solar panel manufacturer Solyndra, Secretary of Energy Stephen Chu said,…

The Top 10 Markets for Solar PV Installations

The Top 10 Markets for Solar PV Installations

Nov 16, 2011 at 16:57 | Energy Digital

Global solar PV installations are expected to reach 24 GW this year, up from 19 GW in 2010, according to a new report from IMS Research. Trends in Europe have…

US Solar Panel Producers Calling for Tariffs Against Chinese Manufacturers

US Solar Panel Producers Calling for Tariffs Against Chinese Manufacturers

Nov 14, 2011 at 16:39 | Stuart Burns

You may believe it was inevitable. Sooner or later, production of what is essentially a commodity item like photovoltaic solar panels would prove uncompetitive in Western markets as low-cost emerging…

Energy of the Future: Spaced Based Solar Stations

Energy of the Future: Spaced Based Solar Stations

Nov 14, 2011 at 16:36 | James Burgess

A solar power station in space measuring several kilometres in length may sound like something from a science fiction film, but the reality is that this idea could well be…

Why Solyndra’s Death Could be Good for the Solar Industry

Why Solyndra’s Death Could be Good for the Solar Industry

Nov 10, 2011 at 17:53 | Robert Rapier

I believe that the loss of industry players Solyndra, Evergreen, and SpectraWatt opens the market for more innovative solar companies to succeed with smarter tactics and mainstream products that fit…

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