A new solar power installation in New York City will ultimately increase the city’s renewables capacity by 50%.
True, the German market is slowing, but utility-scale and residential installations are feeding U.S. growth, a third-quarter 2013 report reveals.
Hitachi says it will begin demonstration tests in the North American market of a 1-megawatt lithium-ion container-style energy storage system.
SolarCity says its new DemandLogic system will use intelligent management software and Tesla battery technology to trim peak demand for businesses.
Charlie Crist is right, says PolitiFact: Florida has a lousy record in developing solar power. Crist, running for governor, wants to change that.
We talk a lot about capacity increases, but a look at actual generation statistics for the U.S. is quire revealing.
As scientists continue to debate how organic solar cells convert sunlight into electricity, a recent study suggests the predominant working theory is incorrect.
Solar’s declining cost plus barriers to shale gas extraction mean unsubsidized solar should be competitive with natural gas within 10 years or so, Lux Research says.
SunEdison will build a 10-megawatt solar array on land that was once home to New York City’s giant Fresh Kils Landfill.
The folks behind a UC Davis planned community say an early stage report showing it produced 87 percent of the energy it consumed is a very good sign.