World’s Largest Solar Farm Becomes Fully Operational!

9 Million Solar Panels Spanning 9.5 Sq Miles: World’s Largest Solar Farm Becomes Fully Operational!

The Topaz Solar Farm has gone online in California’s Carrizo Plain. The $2.5bn project spans 9.5 square miles and has nine million panels. It has a capacity of 550 megawatts, enough to power 160,000 homes. And it will take the place of 370,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions

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Top 10 States Leading the U.S. in Solar Energy Growth

U.S. solar electric power tripled between 2011 and 2013, and solar photovoltaic capacity has increased more than 120-fold in the last 10 years.

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25 Top Companies Investing in Solar

What do Walmart, Costco and Apple have in common besides selling cell phones and computers? These iconic brands, and many others like them, are all investing big in solar energy.

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Residential Lorentz Solar Powered Pool Pump Testimonial from Don T.

This video show cases a project that Pacific Solar Products completed for a home owner in Ka’u, Hawaii.

The home owner Don, had previously utilized an a/c powered pool pump that was costing him over $100 per month in electricity to operate.

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Ikea leads the solar revolution, adding panel sales to its stores in eight new countries

At around this same date back in 2013, IKEA changed up its game. In addition to its usual offering of flat-pack furniture and meatballs, the company began selling low-cost solar panels to customers in Britain — a somewhat puzzling move considering the country’s general lack of sunshine. It must’ve worked out though, as IKEA CEO Peter Agnefjäll announced today that the company plans to expand its residential solar offering to eight more countries over the next 18 months.

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New solar, efficiency programs will curb millions of tons of emissions and save billions of dollars

by Meteor Blades

The Obama administration took several small steps in the right direction on energy policy Thursday when it announced the Department of Energy’s proposed new standard for commercial air-conditioning units, the Department of Agriculture’s plan to add 540 new renewable energy and efficiency projects in rural areas and a plan to train 50,000 solar installers. The DOE estimates that the air-conditioning rule alone would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 60 million metric tons by 2030, and that the whole energy package could cut them by 300 million metric tons.

Plus save consumers $10 billion.

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Solar Capacity in Central America to Surge

Barcelona, Spain (SPX) Sep 15, 2014

Set to install an impressive 1.5 gigawatts (GW) of photovoltaic (PV) capacity within a six-year period through 2018, Central America is attracting attention from PV developers from around the world, according to a new report from IHS Technology.

This year, total PV capacity for the six countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama is forecast to reach 22 megawatts (MW), up from 6 MW last year

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Solar Industry Continues Record-Breaking Growth

September 11, 2014 – Clean Energy Initiative

Rhone Resch is president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association, the national trade association for the $15 billion U.S. solar energy industry. During Resch’s nine-year tenure, solar has experienced record-breaking growth, becoming one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States with more than 6,100 companies and more than 140,000 employees.

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Is a Solar Development Boom About to Begin in Texas?

Tam Hunt, September 12, 2014

Texas is a highly desirable state for investing in renewable energy, topping the list for wind power development, but it is still quite a nascent market for solar power. But that may be about to change.

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Who Leads the Residential PV Monitoring Market?

Mike Munsell, September 11, 2014

Solar PV monitoring is the suite of hardware, software and services that allows stakeholders to track and assess the production and performance of solar PV systems. According to GTM Research’s most recent report on the topic, more than 40 gigawatts of monitored PV were added globally in 2013. GTM Research breaks down the market into four segments: residential (up to 20 kilowatts), commercial (20 kilowatts to 1 megawatt), industrial (1 to 5 megawatts), and utility (5 megawatts and up).

The residential monitoring market added 2,115 megawatts in 2013, and that number is expected to more than double in 2016, with more than 4,300 megawatts forecasted in that year. Outpacing all other segments, it will account for 7.5 percent of all monitored megawatts deployed in 2016.

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