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Created on Monday, 28 October 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar power, ivanpah, california, renewable energy, clean energy
October 28 -- Once we passed Whiskey Pete's, a tawdry castle-turned-casino/hotel where rooms go for $36 a night, I got my first glimpse of Ivanpah, the world's largest solar project, which cost $2.6 billion ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 21 October 2013 / Industry News
Tags: California, Energy Storage, Clean Energy, Renewable Energy
... emissions. The state’s three biggest utilities must present plan for buying an initial 200 megawatts of storage capacity by March 1, the California Public Utilities Commission said today in an e-mailed ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 17 October 2013 / Industry News
Tags: California, renewable energy, clean energy, cleantech economy
October 17 -- A California law that requires utilities to get 33 percent of their electricity from renewable sources like solar and wind is widely credited with accelerating the state's cleantech economy. ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 26 September 2013 / Industry News
Tags: clean energy, renewable energy, California, geothermal
September 26 -- As Southern California Edison scrambles to replace the 2,200 megawatts of critical power it lost with the closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant, the utility appears to be cutting ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 / Industry News
Tags: renewable energy, clean energy, solar power, solar energy, solar technology, california
September 25 -- BrightSource Energy’s massive solar farm in a remote corner of California delivered its first flow of power to the grid, an important step for demonstrating that the project is on the final ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 17 September 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar power, california, solar energy, renewable energy, clean energy
September 17 -- Massive population, lots of sunshine and friendly policies have made California the solar leader in the U.S., and two newly passed laws look like they’ll only solidify the state’s position. ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 11 September 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar panels, solar energy, California, clean energy, renewable energy
September 11 -- Solar panels are the next granite countertops: an amenity for new homes that’s becoming a standard option for buyers in U.S. markets. At least six of 10 largest U.S. homebuilders led by ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 29 August 2013 / Industry News
Tags: renewable energy, clean energy, fossil fuels, New Mexico, Wyoming, California
August 29 -- Renewable energy has gotten tantalizingly close to becoming competitive with conventional fossil fuels, and to help bridge the gap, more than 30 states have passed laws requiring energy ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 22 August 2013 / Industry News
Tags: policies, legislation, energy costs, minority groups, Latinos, California, rooftop solar
August 22 -- That politicians call themselves "Latino" or say "Si Se Puede!" at immigration rallies doesn't automatically mean that said politicians are pro-Latino. >>View Article [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 01 August 2013 / Industry News
Tags: geothermal energy, renewables, emissions, natural gas, California, exports, LNG
August 1 -- The age of natural gas fracking is upon us, and the debate about how hydraulic fracturing will be done in California has begun. Even assuming conservative estimates of natural gas reserves ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 26 July 2013 / Industry News
Tags: wind power, California, PTC
July 26 -- When it comes to renewable energy, Californians hear a lot about solar power. Massive solar power plants are under construction in the desert and will soon be online. Solar panels adorn ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 22 July 2013 / Industry News
Tags: wind power, California, deployment, solar power
July 22 -- Wind turbines tend to be overshadowed by solar power projects, which get most of the attention from the public and policymakers. That's the case again in a new government plan for renewable ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 10 June 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar energy, increased generation, California
June 10 -- With Southern California’s largest electric generating station broken and scheduled for removal, solar generation levels have reached a record level in California, state officials said ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 17 May 2013 / Industry News
Tags: California, Texas, clean energy, renewable energy, solar, wind, green energy
May 17 -- California and Texas might be leading the nation’s rollout of solar and wind power, respectively, but Washington, where hydroelectric dams provide over 60 percent of the state’s energy, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 23 April 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar, jobs, Texas, California, renewable energy, clean energy
April 23 -- There are more solar energy workers in Texas than there are ranchers. In California, they outnumber actors, and nationwide, America has more solar workers than coal miners. >>View ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 18 April 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar, solar jobs, California, Texas, Solar Foundation, renewable energy, clean energy, clean energy economy
April 18 -- According to The Solar Foundation's (TSF) recently released interactive map, California has more solar workers than actors; more Texans work in solar than ranching; and the U.S. solar ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 / Industry News
Tags: wind energy, wind power, wind, California, record generation, renewable energy
April 17 -- California’s wind energy production levels recently reached a new all-time high of 4,196 megawatts (MW).  >>View Article [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 10 April 2013 / Industry News
Tags: California, wind power, wind energy, record generation, renewable energy, clean energy
April 10 -- California wind power generators produced a record 4,196 megawatts of electricity Sunday evening, the state's grid operator reported. >>View Article [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 / Industry News
Tags: solar, Lancaster, California, renewable energy, clean energy
April 9 -- There are at least two things to know about this high desert city. One, the sun just keeps on shining. Two, the city’s mayor, a class-action lawyer named R. Rex Parris, just keeps on competing. ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 03 April 2013 / Industry News
Tags: Southern California Edison, solar power, state policy, solar PV, utility renewables
April 3 -- Southern California Edison’s recent decision to cancel a 10-megawatt solar project at College of the Desert’s west valley campus is part of the utility’s ongoing efforts to backpedal on a state-mandated ... [ +++ ]
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