Jan 28 2012

Clean energy doesn't always bring security for military

by admin in Solar Power

Clean energy doesn't always bring security for military
Just north of Las Vegas, a shimmering array of solar panels captures energy from the blazing sun to power some of the Air Force's most advanced work, including testing and flying drones. Nellis Air Force Base's 14.2-megawatt solar power plant has been …
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Visions of Solar Energy's Future Compete in Colorado's San Luis Valley
Since 2010, the BLM has approved more than 5600 megawatts of solar generating capacity, all in the deserts of Arizona, California, and Nevada. Photovoltaic, or PV, panels release electrons from the sun’s rays to create an electrical current.
Read more on Circle of Blue WaterNews (blog)

Canadian Solar and Al Fahad Group Announce Sales Agreement for One of the
Under the agreement, Canadian Solar will supply more than 1.5 MW of its solar modules to the Al Fahad Group, which is spearheading one of the largest solar PV projects in Abu Dhabi, considered one of the pioneers for renewable energies in the Middle …
Read more on Your Industry News (press release)

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