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Palen solar project approval banked on possible storage - The Desert Sun

Thu, 09/18/2014 - 01:34 AM

Not much changed about the Palen solar project between last year and last month, but that didn't stop regulators from changing their minds about the proposed power tower development. In recommending that Palen be rejected last December, two members of  
 

California solar energy company SPI Solar expanding to Hawaii - Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 10:57 PM

California-based SPI Solar, which has interests in about 17.5 megawatts of solar energy projects in Hawaii, plans to expand even in the state by opening an office in Hawaii before the end of the year, one of the firm's top executives told PBN on  
 

Approval of Calif. project sparks debate over threats to birds - Environment & Energy Publishing

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 02:46 PM

The state has granted initial approval of the first phase of a large solar power plant in Southern California's Chuckwalla Valley, prompting renewed debate over whether the project's contribution to clean energy development trumps potentially  
 

Preliminary OK for large Calif. project sparks debate over impacts to birds - Environment & Energy Publishing

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 07:27 PM

The state has granted initial approval of the first phase of a large solar power plant in Southern California's Chuckwalla Valley, prompting renewed debate over whether the project's contribution to clean energy development trumps potentially  
 

Dominion to acquire EDF RE solar projects - Fierce Energy

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 03:40 PM

Dominion has announced plans to acquire two solar energy projects from EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE). The two California solar projects in question total 42 MW. These acquisitions would increase dominion's renewable energy generation and growth 
 
 

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5 businesses in New Hampshire getting $163K for solar projects from USDA - The Republic

CONCORD, New Hampshire — Five New Hampshire small businesses are getting over $163,000 in USDA grants for solar projects estimated to power about 180 homes a year. The businesses are 959 Boys of Portsmouth, Conner Bottling Works of Newfields, 5 businesses getting $163K in solar project grantsConcord MonitorSeacoast businesses getting solar project grantsSeacoastonline.comall 16  
 

NC fares well on federal dollars for solar projects - Winston-Salem Journal

The U.S. Agriculture Department said Thursday it has provided a combined $55.2 million in loan guarantees for 18 projects solar energy projects in North Carolina, along with a combined $399,000 in grant money to 21 projects. It was not clear if any of
 

Dominion adds more Va., Calif. solar projects - Richmond Times-Dispatch

The project is part of the power company's Solar Partnership Program, in which the electric utility leases rooftop or ground space at commercial, industrial and public facilities for the installation of solar panels. The solar system at the Gloucester
 

Combating Climate Change with Sunshine and Fuzzy Math - Daily Signal

Why these continued investments/subsidies are necessary is unclear, considering that one of the aforementioned government studies found that installation prices for residential and commercial solar projects continued a “precipitous decline in 2013
 

Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan nears release - The Desert Sun

The plan will designate zones for renewable energy development and conservation across 22.5 million acres of public and private land in the Mojave and Colorado deserts, spanning seven counties: Riverside, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Los Angeles, San  
 
 
   

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