Suniva is the top solar clean tech company on the Wall Street Journals list. Another reason to by a brand that is one of the world leading solar cell/panel manufacturers.
TWO months after the explosions and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, the prime minister, Naoto Kan, has announced that the country will not build any new reactors
There is a last-minute rush from homeowners wanting to buy solar panels before the solar credits rebate is slashed by up to $1200 from July. Some solar installers are so busy they have declared their books full and are turning away customers.
[Note Energy Farm is also on the verge of having to do this]
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Solar energy speculators want to build a solar tower facility in Arizona that would be more than three times the height of the Eiffel Tower. Here’s the thing: the proposed project is a lot less speculative today than it was two weeks ago.
Now I know you want to read more and see one of the first bills ahem I mean cheques since the August 2010 change to the West Australian feed in tariff for renewable energy.
This is an older article that appeared in the news in 2008 regarding the building of what would be the largest energy farm in the world. The good news? Well it looks like under the Obama administration it is set to actually go ahead! The old and the new article are included in this post.
Energy Farm Australia.
The UK is determined to get out of the “dunce corner” on renewables, Energy Secretary Chris Huhne said today as he officially opened the world’s largest offshore wind farm off the UK coast.
The 100-turbine Thanet wind farm off the coast of Kent will produce enough electricity to supply the equivalent of more than 200,000 homes a year, and brings the UK’s total power from onshore and offshore wind to more than 5GW – enough to power all the homes in Scotland.