28 Sep '11, 3pm

Interesting

Interesting

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Solyndra Impact and the US Solar Industry

getsolar.com 24 Sep '11, 1am

Rhone Resch, President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) sent us an email today talking about the ...

On Solar and Solyndra

renewableenergyworld.com 21 Sep '11, 1pm

This is great news for all energy users and the planet. Solar has reached scale as a global industry, growing from its fir...

On Solar and Solyndra

renewableenergyworld.com 21 Sep '11, 1pm

This is great news for all energy users and the planet. Solar has reached scale as a global industry, growing from its fir...

80% of TV #Solyndra coverage came from Fox, and more on how our media dropped the ball:: via @adavies47 @mmfa

80% of TV #Solyndra coverage came from Fox, and...

treehugger.com 28 Sep '11, 4pm

All Images Courtesy of Media Matters for America Since its eruption in late August, the Solyndra scandal has been a lightn...

Video: Balloon Animal Makers, Pirates, and Leading Your Own Solar Tribe via @reworld

Video: Balloon Animal Makers, Pirates, and Lead...

renewableenergyworld.com 28 Sep '11, 11am

Take 17 minutes to watch the video below, and you’ll probably not have to read the rest of this Solar Fred post. But for t...

Solyndra

Solyndra

grist.org 28 Sep '11, 6pm

I just received an interesting memo from a couple of polling firms that have done recent surveys to test the impact of the...

The Reality of China’s Billions in Solar Loans

The Reality of China’s Billions in Solar Loans

greentechmedia.com 28 Sep '11, 1pm

"Capital flows for cleantech in China are not well understood," said Dan Reicher of Stanford University in an interview we...

The Panic That is Solyndra

The Panic That is Solyndra

solarfeeds.com 22 Sep '11, 1am

Bad news from Solyndra has set off a bit of a panic around everything from the future of solar in the U.S., the role of go...

The Case for Building Smart Grid Apps with Service Oriented Architecture

The Case for Building Smart Grid Apps with Serv...

greentechmedia.com 28 Sep '11, 10am

Nearly every smart grid application you can name relies on functionality and data from multiple systems. Take condition-ba...

Green Jobs: People on the Move in Solar, LEDs, ...

greentechmedia.com 27 Sep '11, 2pm

is in the home energy management segment. Their business plan has always been a little difficult to discern, first because...

Over 100,000 Americans work in solar industry

Over 100,000 Americans work in solar industry

grist.org 21 Sep '11, 11am

A worker installs solar panels for the Oregon Department of Transportation. Photo: Oregon DOT Cross-posted from Climate Pr...

Solyndra Solar is Bump in the Road

Solyndra Solar is Bump in the Road

care2.com 17 Sep '11, 1am

That the federal government wastes money isn’t news. Expenditures from the Iraq War have been estimated at $3 trillion or ...

Solar: The "Fastest Growing Industry in America"

solarfeeds.com 16 Sep '11, 5pm

The U.S. solar industry grew 102% last year and is on track to grow another 100% this year. What other industry doubled it...

Smart grid: great idea, but utilities have failed to win the public's trust.

Smart grid: great idea, but utilities have fail...

buildinggreen.com 27 Sep '11, 8pm

I had the honor of being within a few feet of a barn owl this weekend at the wildlife festival at the Southern Vermont Nat...