Milford company goes completely solar with rooftop arrays
Milford Daily News
October 2nd, 2011
MILFORD — Executives at Clarke, a distributor of high-end kitchen appliances, can't wait to see the electric bill for their Milford headquarters.
Despite running 75 refrigerators, electric forklifts, a television studio and many computers, company's bill should read "zero - or hopefully show a credit," General Manager Sean Clarke said.
That's because its 106,500-square-foot building is now powered by more than 2,300 solar panels on its roof.
Solyndra bankruptcy is aberration, solar power executives say
Los Angeles Times
September 29th, 2011
National media "chatter" surrounding the much-publicized bankruptcy of Fremont, Calif., solar panel producer Solyndra Inc. and the loss of $535 million in federal loan guarantees is hurting more successful renewable energy companies and obscuring the new industry's success, solar executives said.
In a conference call Thursday, members of Californians for Clean Energy & Jobs, a coalition of green businesses and environmentalists, said they wanted to put the Solyndra scandal into context. The controversy led to high-profile hearings in Congress and widespread Republican party criticism of the Obama administration.
The solar executives stressed that solar panel costs have plummeted, fueling increased residential and commercial demand for renewable energy. Additionally, the solar industry has come up with creative financing programs that allow homeowners to get off the utility electric grid without having to invest large amounts of money in buying rooftop solar systems.
US: SolarReserve closes financing on 110 MW solar project
September 29th, 2011
SolarReserve has closed financing on its 110 megawatt (MW) Crescent Dunes solar project. When complete, it is expected to be the U.S.’ first commercial scale solar power tower with fully integrated energy storage, and the largest of its kind in the world.
Located near Tonopah, Nevada, on federal land operated by the Bureau of Land Management, construction on the solar thermal project started earlier this month. It is scheduled to be operational by late 2013. SolarReserve subsidiary, Tonopah Solar Energy, LLC will construct, own, and operate porn milf it.
Solar Project of the Week: SunEdison and Xcel Energy Installations in New Mexico
September 26th, nude celebrities 2011
The cartoon porn videos first 32.2 megawatts of SunEdison and Xcel Energy’s 53.5-megawatt solar project in New Mexico are now online.
Three of the five solar power plants in Lea and Eddy Counties have been activated, including a 10.9-megawatt installation in Carlsbad and two 10.7-megawatt installations in Jal. The remaining two installations, a 10.6-megawatt plant in Eunice and a 10.6-megawatt plant in Monument, are expected to come online by November of this year. SunEdison, a subsidiary of MEMC Electronic Materials, is responsible for deployment and maintenance of all five installations.
Huge solar power farm announced for Fla. Panhandle
September 26th, 2011
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- What would be the Southeast's largest solar power farm, generating enough electricity for 32,000 homes, is planned to be built in the Florida Panhandle, a Melbourne-based company announced Monday.
National Solar Power plans to construct hot milfs the $1.5 billion, 400-megawatt solar array in Gadsden County, just west of Tallahassee.
The project is expected to provide jobs for 400 construction lesbian videos workers over five years and up to 120 permanent employees with an average salary of $40,000.
Studies & Research
- U.S. Solar Market Insight®
2011 Year-in-Review Report
U.S. Solar Energy Trade Assessment 2011
- The Solar Foundation
The National Solar Jobs Census 2011
- Section lesbian porn
1603 Jobs Study
Economic impact of Extending the Section 1603 Treasury Program
- Public Perceptions of Solar Water Heating Systems
Majority of Americans See Benefits of Solar Water Heating
- SCHOTT Solar Barometer 2011
9 out of 10 Americans Support Solar, Across Political Spectrum