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Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and GTM Research on Dec. 14 unveiled their latest report on the solar industry “The U.S. Solar Market Insight: 3rd Quarter 2011,” showing the industry saw explosive year-over-year growth of 140 percent. But the sunny news was clouded by the looming expiration of the Department of Treasury’s 1603 grant program, which unless Congress extends, expires Dec. 31.
The Solar Energy Industries Associationand GreenTech Mediareleased their quarterly report on solar development in the U.S. today, and the one word notably absent from all 22 pages of the executive summary was—wait for it—Solyndra.
A $315,697 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, announced at a news conference Wednesday, will be used to remove barriers and reduce costs through PennFuture's Three Rivers Solar Source project and a coalition of commissions and environmental and business development organizations, Allegheny County and 23 municipalities.
The Kent County, MD , in partnership with the , is building a 1,579 kW solar array to power two schools and a community center.
Profile of Standard Solar CEO Tony Clifford
Several companies made big announcements at SPI 2011.
A Roundtable on the State of Photovoltaics
With the recent completion of the state’s second largest solar installation in Salisbury, the future of alternative energy in Maryland is looking brighter every day.
TimberRock Energy Solutions has commissioned Maryland's first solar EV charging station at General Motor's Allison Transmission plant in White Marsh, Maryland.
As an industry and as individual companies PV must get big fast. Consolidation is going to continue in the PV industry, and we need that consolidation for the industry to continue its rapid growth.