ARPA-E Funds 11 CPV Research Projects

The U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has awarded $24 million in innovation funding for 11 new solar technologies. The grants, part of ARPA-E's Micro-Scale Optimized [Read More]


PPL Electric Utilities has issued a request for proposals (RFP) seeking to procure over 200,000 Tier II alternative energy credits for the utility [Read More]


The Interstate Renewable Energy Council and Solar Instructor Training Network are sponsoring a webinar presenting research from Sandia National Laboratories that shows most [Read More]


San Francisco-based energy finance and investment firm Sol Systems has appointed Saritha Peruri as its director of business development for the western region. [Read More]


New Jersey-based solar marketing firm SolyMoly has launched its online mapping and sales platform for homeowners and installers. The service enables users to [Read More]

Folsom, Calif.-based solar developer 8minutenergy Renewables LLC has named Fred Vaske vice president of project finance and Mario Ricci vice president of corporate [Read More]


Salt Lake City-based renewable energy provider sPower has appointed David Shipley as its chief financial officer (CFO). The company has also hired Ray [Read More]

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The U.S. Department of the Interior's (DOI) Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has approved the 485 MW Blythe Mesa Solar project in California. Proposed by RRG Renewables, the Blythe Mesa photovoltaic power project will be [Read More]

Madison, Wis.-based Alliant Energy has launched a solar demonstration project on the grounds of its headquarters. Phase one of the project includes several ground-level and building-mounted solar panels, solar parking canopies covering nearly 50 parking [Read More]

France-based Exosun Inc. has signed a contract to supply and install its trackers on a 6.8 MW photovoltaic plant in Oregon. The solar plant will be equipped with 44 Exotrack HZ horizontal single-axis solar trackers [Read More]

Georgia-based Suniva Inc. has supplied its crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules for the Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center in Park City, Utah. The 85,000 square-foot facility serves the municipality and is a venue for the Sundance [Read More]

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