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PA Sunshine program will shut down by end of year but money is still available NOW!

PA Sunshine program is slated to end by 12/31/2013. The program is no longer handing out grant reservations. They are simply approving and issues grants after systems get installed. One of the reasons for this is a reservation allocates money for a system and if the system never gets built it ties of money that […]

$150 Million in Tax Credits for Clean Energy Manufacturers


In February, the U.S. Departments of Energy and the Treasury announced the availability of $150 million in Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credits for clean energy and energy efficiency manufacturing projects across the United States. For more information, click here.


Follow Sunny Day Power as it ramps up manufacturing of the AUTORACâ„¢ solar […]

Solar Photovoltaic Demand Could Reach 31 GW This Year


Solar photovoltaic (PV) demand will increase 2 GW, from 29 GW to 31 GW during 2013, up 7% Y/Y according to the new NPD Solarbuzz Marketbuzz 2013. For the first time, China will outpace Germany to become the leading PV consumer, while the top 10 PV territories will still account for 83% […]

U.S. Solar Market Grows 76% in 2012


With another record-breaking year, solar is the fastest growing energy source in the country, powering homes, businesses and utility grids across the nation. Perhaps most importantly, clean, reliable, affordable solar is continuing a major growth pattern that has made it a leading source of new electricity for America that’s increasingly competitive with […]

Mall pilots fast electric vehicle charger powered by solar panels

ZDNet Simon Property Group has been experimenting with electric vehicle charging infrastructure for some time now, but its new installation in Carmel, Ind., marks a departure into unknown territory for several reasons. Not only does the fast-charging system rely on 10 kilowatts of solar generating capacity, it also comes with an integrated, 75-kilowatt battery from […]

Renewables constitute all new US electricity capacity added in January

The Hill Renewable energy accounted for all new electric capacity added in the United States last month, according to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In all, 1,231 megawatts of new generating capacity were installed in January. Of that total, wind provided 958 megawatts, solar chipped in 267 megawatts and biomass contributed 6 megawatts. That’s a […]