ICP, a manufacturer of solar products for consumers, signed an exclusive licensing agreement on Feb. 21 with Global Solar Energy, a developer of next-generation flexible copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) solar cells.
Chicago property owners have one more reason to join the growing number of homes, businesses and institutions that generate their own electricity using the power of the sun.
Long Island's four newest power plants are now on line.
A 723-kW solar electric rooftop system will be installed at Loyola Marymount University in early 2003, providing a cleaner, more efficient source of electricity.
LADWP recently added the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels to its growing list of solar power customers, General Manager David Wiggs announced.
Shell Renewables, Siemens AG and E.ON Energie AG announced today that Shell intends to acquire all the shares held by Siemens and E.ON in their solar photovoltaic (PV) joint venture company, Siemens und Shell Solar GmbH.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has launched a new solar power incentive program for residential power customers in California.
The U.S. reaction to recent terrorist attacks likely will cause a jump in demand for power generating technologies that don't require fuel to operate, like fuel cells and photovoltaic technologies.
Voters in San Francisco have approved a bond sale that will lead to the installation of 40 MW of renewable power, including 10-12 MW in solar power.
Giving consumers a greater choice of how their electricity is generated could boost solar, wind and other 'green power' sources 40 percent by the end of the decade, a new DOE study shows.