September 2012

Solar Power Going Strong in the U.S., Says New Report

September 13, 2012

A new report compiled by GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) says that the U.S. solar power market achieved its second-best quarter in history, when it installed 742 megawatts of solar power and best quarter on record for the utility market segment. The report is called U.S. Solar Market Insight: 2nd Quarter […]

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Making Gasoline With Biomass

September 11, 2012

Is it possible to make gasoline with biomass? Some people think so and this is what CORE BioFuel has set out to do since it was founded in 2008. Related Posts:Study Highlights Midwest Alternative Energy PotentialPrimus Green Energy Opens Alternative Gasoline Demonstration PlantProtest in London Against UK Biofuel SubsidiesHigher Demand For Biomass Can Drive Up […]

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California Hits Solar Power Milestone

September 7, 2012

California Independent System Operator (ISO), which operates the Golden State’s wholesale transmission grid, said during a recent stakeholder conference, that the State gas surpassed a milestone during a recent heat wave. On that occasion, the state produced more 1,000 MW of solar power. Related Posts:California Hits Solar Power MilestoneCPUC Approves New Round of Funding for […]

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Gehrlicher Solar Builds Solar Park in Record Time

September 4, 2012

In just two and a half months, Gehrlicher Solar completed its Perleberg solar park on the grounds of the former Perleberg military airport in Brandenburg, Germany. The solar system has a nominal capacity of 35 MWp. Related Posts:Germany Reaches Solar Power Generation RecordMassive Solar PV Farm Opens in GermanyItaly Gets Largest Single-Operating PV Solar Farm […]

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