22 November '10
11:44 AM UTC
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California Solar Developer Plots Development of 113 MW-Project Pipeline

A San Francisco-based solar developer is giving itself 18 months to complete development work supporting the construction of some 113 megawatts of solar power generation.

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22 November '10
10:27 AM UTC
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The Alternative Agenda: Siemens Claims CCS Success

Siemens: Successful CCS test could mean cleaner coal

Siemens touts CCS pilot in Germany

A post-combustion Carbon Capture and Storage technique devised by Siemens that captures 90 percent of emissions has completed a successful pilot run, . The trial, held at E.ON’s Staudinger coal-fired plant in Germany, resulted in “practically zero solvent emissions,” Siemens claimed. Game changer?

Spain reduces solar subsidies

Like most countries with generous solar subsidies, , which will se a 45 percent decrease in subsidies. Home solar arrays will see a 5 percent decrease in subsidies but existing generators will not be touched, Bloomberg reports. Read More »

19 November '10
7:45 AM UTC
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Southern California Edison Purchases 240 MW of Solar Power

Southern California Edison (SCE) has inked a series of long-term power purchase contracts to buy as much as 240 megawatts of solar power and some 19 megawatts of wind power. Read More »

18 November '10
7:45 AM UTC
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Ascent Solar Follow-on Raises $21.7M

Hornton, Colo.- based Ascent Solar Technologies, a maker of thin-film photovoltaic modules, has raised $21.78 million as part of a follow-on offering of 5.25 million shares priced at $4.15.

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17 November '10
1:34 PM UTC
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Exclusive: N.J. Solar Tech Co. Eyes Capital Raise

A New Jersey-based solar technology company says it is considering various options to raise capital, including launching a third round of funding.

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