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 Power articles below.
Texas continues to rule the roost in Installed Wind Power Capacity while California remains the top-ranked state in Installed Solar Power Capacity, according to Business Facilities' 14th Annual Rankings Report.
The Chinese solar company considered the East Coast and Midwest before deciding to locate its first U.S. facility at the McClennan Business Park in Sacramento, CA.
China is the world leader in Installed Solar Power Capacity and Installed Wind Power Capacity in Business Facilities' 12th Annual Rankings Report.
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.
In Edgecombe County, 17,244 solar panels on two farms generate 5.8 million kilowatt-hours annually for QVC's Rocky Mount distribution center.
The much-anticipated and much-delayed Fenway Center development, solar power and all, just cleared the final barriers to construction.
Construction on Mesquite Solar 1, located in Arlington, AZ, began in 2011. The project created 528 local construction jobs at the peak of construction and 10 long-term positions.
Antelope Valley Solar Project expected to create approximately 650 jobs and inject more than $500 million into the regional economy.