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Solar Boost: BrightSource Energy Raises New $200 Million In Funding
April 2nd, 2011

Solar Boost: BrightSource Energy Raises New $200 Million In Funding
French power plant giant Alstom put in $75 million of sum; deal deepens partnership.

Read more on Forbes

Fire station has new solar panel system
April 2nd, 2011

Fire station has new solar panel system
MANCHESTER — A new array of 44 solar panels atop the fire station is expected to supply about half the electricity the building needs.

Read more on Kennebec Journal

New Solar Electrical System in Operation at State Park at Carlsbad
April 2nd, 2011

New Solar Electrical System in Operation at State Park at Carlsbad
The newly installed system at Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park cost $111,400 and is expected to save about $10,000 annually in utility costs The newly installed solar electrical system at Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park at Carlsbad is up and running, which officials expect will save about $10,000 annually in utility costs, . . .

Read more on Albuquerque Journal

PRINCETON: Joint solar project to be studied
April 1st, 2011

PRINCETON: Joint solar project to be studied
Princeton Borough, Princeton Township and Princeton Regional Schools are planning a feasibility study to explore the possibility of installing a number of energy-saving solar panels.

Read more on The Princeton Packet

A Win for the Big Electric Companies
April 1st, 2011

The House’s utilities committee for Florida met on Tuesday and approved a bill allowing utilities to charge their customers up to $2 billion over five years. These extra charges, which will be added to the monthly bill and would range anywhere from $2.42 for Florida Power & Light customers to $3.32 for Progress Energy customers, will go towards creating or buying more renewable energy.

An amendment introduced by Rep. Ben Albritton , R-Wauchula, allowing smaller energy producing companies, such as rooftop solar projects, to share in the electric generation was thrown out after receiving opposition from the larger electric companies. The big electric companies, FP&L and Progress Energy, opposed the amendment stating that smaller companies are unregulated and unreliable. Albritton hopes a deal can be reached for the smaller companies as the bill moves forward.

This is a tremendous step for Florida which could lead to some great opportunities to create renewable energy in the future. Florida is embarrassingly behind compared to some other states when it comes to solar advancement but each step has helped move them into position to be a leading producer of alternative energy.

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