Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Solar Energy articles below.
California maintained its spot as top-ranked state for Installed Solar Power Capacity and Texas kept its crown as king of Installed Wind Power Capacity in Business Facilities' 12th Annual Rankings Report.
BHE Renewables’ 579-megawatt solar project in Antelope Valley, CA is now fully connected to the California ISO grid.
C-PACE allows property owners to design and pay for efficiency improvements with no upfront costs while maintaining their credit capacity.
With more than 40,000 businesses and 430,000 workers, advanced energy is projected to grow 17 percent this year.
Report commissioned by LABC Institute encourages incentives to share benefits of emerging commercial solar market with low-income areas throughout Los Angeles; many local programs already benefiting from the LADWP feed-in tariff.
Texas Solar Power Association launched; will promote state's solar business interests and encourage economic development and job growth.
O'Fallon Renewable Energy Center brings solar into Ameren Missouri's energy generation portfolio.
Copper Mountain Solar 3 is currently under construction and, when completed, will be among the largest photovoltaic solar plants in the U.S., creating about 300 construction jobs at peak and 10 positions to operate the facility.
North Carolina is home to one of the fastest-growing solar energy industries in the United States, attracting solar energy developers, installers, manufacturers and related enterprises.
New Jersey aims to maintain its status as a leading state in installed solar power capacity, an effort that has been embraced by the Garden State’s largest utility. From the September/October 2012 issue
From solar energy to information technology, Arizona is challenging its businesses to create innovation and keep it homegrown with new incentives and programs. From the March/April 2012 issue.