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A Breakthrough in Electric Motor Efficiency?
Published Solar Feeds  9/23/2011
I had a wonderful seafood breakfast this morning at Moby Dick’s in Santa Barbara, with two folks whose  start-up is built around an apparent breakthrough in electric motors. I’ve been on the lookout...go to solarfeeds for the rest of this story>>>>>
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A CHIP Shot At A Better Future?
Published Energy Collective  9/19/2011
One of the nation’s most important — and sadly too little discussed — intercollegiate competitions is about to open in Washington, DC: the biannual Solar Decathlon.  For two weeks, twenty university teams from around the globe will compete across ten categories (thus, “decathlon”) that show the
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A greener side to PV module manufacturing?
Published Renewable Energy Focus  2/5/2011 2:49:01 AM
‘Triple Green’, the new motto in solar Photovolatics (PV), sets a standard for modules that are produced in an environmentally friendly way, generate clean energy and are recycled. However, as Sascha Rentzing reports, this perfect triad is difficult to implement because of the high initial
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A Holiday Gift: A New Website to Explain the Mysteries of FERC!
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  12/18/2013
Allison Clements, Senior Attorney, Project for Sustainable FERC Energy Policy, New York The Sustainable FERC Project is unveiling a new website today – www.sustainableFERC.org –to  inform the public and policymakers about the rules that govern the electric
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A Midwest Solar Success
Published NRG Solar  8/13/2013
You may be surprised to learn that a state famous for its stubbornly frigid winters and unpredictable summers is home to one of the cities included in the US Department of Energy’s 25 Solar America Cities list.  Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is on its way to becoming a solar energy powerhouse, thanks to an
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A Move Toward Solar Inverter-Optimizer Interoperability
Published Green Tech Media  7/8/2013
The HD PV Alliance is establishing a set of standards that allow interoperability between DC optimizers and PV inverters without needing to reconfigure each individual component in a solar power plant. The High Definition Photovoltaic (HD PV) Alliance is an affiliation of solar product
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A Plug-in Hybrid from Ford that Can Read Your Mind?
Published Solar Feeds  8/25/2011
In the future, your plug-in hybrid may be able to read your mind — and save you gas in the process. Ford, which has been at the forefront among auto makers when it comes to integrating software applications into cars, is experimenting with an application that aims to leverage data amassed
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A Rising Tension: ‘Value-of-Solar’ Tariff Versus Net Metering
Published Green Tech Media  4/10/2014
The Alliance for Solar Choice, a group made up of leading solar service providers, is a staunch defender of net energy metering. And that has brought it into conflict with solar advocates calling for a more precise "value of solar" calculation. TASC’s defense of net metering divided
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A Sunny Day for REITs
Published Energy Collective  11/5/2013
Demand for solar energy in the United States has outpaced the private sector’s current ability to finance it. A small tweak to federal tax rules to include solar as qualifying property for Real Estate Investment Trusts, however, could help address this problem.read more
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A Tale of Two PV Test Labs
Published Green Tech Media  9/13/2013
Two state-of-the-art photovoltaic module testing labs in the San Francisco Bay area show the industry's progress in validating solar panel performance, durability, and reliability. PV Evolution Labs The renovated warehouse near the Berkeley waterfront that houses PV Evolution Labs (PVEL) is
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