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$54 Million For New York State Solar Projects

July 12th, 2013 | by Glenn Meyers

New York solar news from Jake Richardson at CleanTechnica. [repostus jump=4 hash=a36da470ee3f7a835b603c1123170783 title=%2454+Million+For+New+York+State+Solar+Projects host=Clean+Technica short=1HQUi snip=Sixty-four+megawatts+of+solar+power+will+be+added+to+New+York+state%E2%80%99s+current+solar+capacity.+Governor+Andrew+M.+Cuomo%E2%80%99s+NY-Sun+initiative+will+receive+%2454+million+for+79+new+solar+energy+installations+in+26+counties+across+the+state.+Most+of+the%26hellip%3B thumb

SolarBridge Partners with Hareon to Launch AC Module Technology to the U.S and Global Markets

July 10th, 2013 | by pressroom

“Tier-one global module manufacturers like Hareon are naturally drawn to the simplicity of TRUEAC and the proven reliability of SolarBridge products,” said Bill Mulligan, president and CEO of SolarBridge. “As a partner-oriented innovator, SolarBridge integrates well with Hareon’s offering, which will allow us to distribute our TRUEAC technology around the globe.”

Enphase Energy Announces New Commercial Solar Initiative in Europe

June 19th, 2013 | by pressroom

"Commercial solar projects are becoming more widespread in Europe. In France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland and United Kingdom, small commercial systems up to 100kW represent a fast-growing, addressable market for our microinverters," said Olivier Jacques, Managing Director for Enphase Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). “Enphase offers installers and users a technology solution with a modular architecture, integrated intelligence, lower levelized cost of energy (LCOE) and increased project profitability.”

50MW Power Purchase Agreement Approved for Largest New Mexico Solar Power Plant

June 6th, 2013 | by pressroom

The solar array will realize immediate and very significant water savings over gas-fired or coal-fired generating plants and will also have zero air emissions. The proposed Macho Springs solar power plant will generate enough clean energy to power more than 18,000 average New Mexico homes, which use about 669 kilowatt hours of electricity per month. The project will displace more than 40,000 metric tons of CO2, the equivalent of taking 7,500 cars off the road, and will displace water consumption annually (more than 340,000 metric tons)

City of Sacramento and SolarCity Announce Completion of Solar Projects at Two City Water Treatment Plants

May 9th, 2013 | by pressroom

SolarCity and the City of Sacramento today announced the completion of two solar installations to power the city’s E.A. Fairbairn Water Treatment Plant on the American River and the Sacramento River Water Treatment Plant on the Sacramento River. SolarCity financed, installed and will maintain the solar systems at no cost to the City, with the City paying less for the renewable power generated by the solar systems than the current utility rates. With these new solar systems, the City of Sacramento will deliver the critical commodity of clean drinking water to thousands of residents using clean, solar energy

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