By Maria Surma Manka on October 23, 2012
The CleanTech Open’s North Central awards show proved that the U.S. has no shortage of innovators, entrepreneurs, or passion.
By Zachary Shahan on August 29, 2011
Solar power is evolving every day, and a solar car race across Australia is part of that.
Category: Energy, Transportation | Tags: cars, clean energy, cleantech, races, solar, solar car race, solar cells, solar energy, solar power, solar technology, Transportation, world solar challenge | 2
By Zachary Shahan on July 10, 2011
Italy is looking to get a solar energy boost from Enel Green Power, which just announced plans to construct two large concentrated solar power (CSP) plants. But Italy’s still got a ways to go to catch up with the CSP world leaders.
Category: Energy Industry | Tags: concentrated solar power, concentrated solar power italy, csp, csp italy, enel, enel green power, italy, italy solar, italy solar power, solar, solar energy, solar power | 7
By Beth Buczynski on June 29, 2011
With solar leasing and large, remote installations on the rise, some companies feel the potential for theft is great enough to prompt the creation of a specialized security product.
By Zachary Shahan on June 20, 2011
Solar power is growing like hardly anything else, in the U.S. and around the world. Solar costs are dropping like crazy and that trend is expected to continue (as it has for decades). But solar stocks are struggling.
Category: Energy Industry, Investing & Finance | Tags: solar, solar costs, solar energy, solar energy stocks, solar growth, solar industry, solar industry stocks, solar power, solar power costs, solar power growth, solar power stocks, solar stocks, stock market | 5