02 Apr '12, 8pm

Renewable Resources Gets Final EIR For 650 MW SunPower Solar Plant: The final Environmental Impact Review (EIR...

Renewable Resources Gets Final EIR For 650 MW SunPower Solar Plant: The final Environmental Impact Review (EIR...

The final Environmental Impact Review (EIR) for the Renewable Resources Group's (RRG) 650-megawatt Antelope Valley Solar (AVS) project has been approved. The project still requires the “various, normal building and construction permits,” RRG Principal Tom Eisenhauer said, but “the final EIR is certified and the conditional use permit (CUP) the project needed was approved by the Kern County Board of Supervisors for the Kern County portions and by the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission for the approximately one-fourth of the project in LA County.” During the approval process, Eisenhauer explained, RRG, a privately held company, worked to make its plans known and to obtain input and guidance from local stakeholders and town councils. "Things like strategies for better local hiring outreach and the importance of wildlife-friendly fencing and complying with ‘dark s...

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First Solar, SunPower thrive for market differentiation

First Solar, SunPower thrive for market differe...

digitimes.com 02 Apr '12, 9am

First Solar, SunPower thrive for market differentiation Nuying Huang, Taipei; Jackie Chang, DIGITIMES [Monday 2 April 2012...

Walking the "Solar Walk" to Free Renewable Ener...

renewableenergyworld.com 02 Apr '12, 9pm

Solar professionals don't just “talk the talk.” For the most part, we walk the walk, too. It became apparent during our re...

SolarReserve's Most Ambitious Solar Power Plant With Storage Approved by County: CEO Kevin Smith says his solar

SolarReserve's Most Ambitious Solar Power Plant...

greentechmedia.com 02 Apr '12, 2pm

With approval of the Environmental Impact Review on its 200-megawatt, two-tower Saguache Solar Energy Project, SolarReserv...

SunPower Readies 24%-Efficient Solar Cell

SunPower Readies 24%-Efficient Solar Cell

jetsongreen.com 04 Apr '12, 6am

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It’s Here! Solar, Renewable Grid Parity, or Bet...

cleantechnica.com 06 Apr '12, 4pm

Yes, that’s right: grid parity is here, well here being California in this instance. The weighted average highest cost of ...

Grooming workshop for final year students, International Medical University

Grooming workshop for final year students, Inte...

cutecarry.com 04 Apr '12, 3pm

Im having so much fun and they makes me feel like young, like 15 years younger. Its for final year of International Medica...

Solar Shakeout Gets Scarier

spectrum.ieee.org 04 Apr '12, 8pm

I don't know about you, but I'm beginning to find the ongoing solar shakeout not merely disconcerting but positively scary...

BREEAM: Resources

breeam.org 10 Apr '12, 11am

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Branching Out with Solar Trees: If you want to ...

edcmag.com 04 Apr '12, 5pm

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Resource: Check out local policies that may aff...

usgbc.org 05 Apr '12, 5pm

» Overview Policy Resources Government Green Building USGBC is committed to supporting federal, state and local government...

Power-One and ONTILITY Solar Training Team for World-Class Solar Education: Ryan Simpson, Business Development M...

Power-One and ONTILITY Solar Training Team for ...

renewableenergyworld.com 04 Apr '12, 5am

photovoltaic installation job task analysis developed by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners, NABCE...

Landmark solar plant launched in California

Landmark solar plant launched in California

getsolar.com 30 Mar '12, 3pm

Landmark solar plant launched in California Friday, March 30th 2012 9:16 AM By GetSolar Staff. Adding to California's thri...

Solar Moves Into CPV's 'Sweet Spot'

renewableenergyworld.com 05 Apr '12, 1pm

While northern climes like Germany and Japan have traditionally soaked up the majority of the traditional flat plate PV in...

Mexico

Mexico

ecopreneurist.com 12 Apr '12, 2am

SolFocus announced the launch of Mexico’s first 50 MW solar power plant in Baja California, a joint project between Mexico...