More stories about Photovoltaics

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  • Madison Children's Museum

    An abundance of reused materials characterize the new LEED-certified museum in Madison, Wisc.

  • ASHRAE Seeks Papers on Alternative Technologies and Net-Zero Buildings

    ASHRAE is seeking papers addressing alternative technologies and net-zero buildings for its 2011 annual conference in Montreal, Quebec.

  • Green Jobs for the Next Decade

    Since sustainable agriculture requires small-scale, local, organic methods rather than petroleum-based machines and fertilizers, there is a huge need for more farmers.

  • Oneonta, N.Y., Solar Installers Face Red Tape

    July 17--WEST ONEONTA -- Solar energy installers say they are encountering red tape in the town of Oneonta and some other area communities.

  • 3form Loft + V3

    This loft system is designed to function with the 3form V3 panel system or non-solar panels from the 3form Koda XT collection.

  • UL Introduces Certification Program for Photovoltaic Systems Installers

    Underwriters Laboratories’ new program will be available beginning in July.

  • St. Bartholomew's Chapel

    In 2007, the Poomacha wildfire claimed St. Bartholomew’s chapel on the Rincon Reservation, Valley Center, Calif., leaving only the chapel’s bell tower intact. Part of the rebuild includes a 5.7-kw solar panel system on standing seam metal roofing.

  • Illinois Passes Legislation To Support Solar Industry

    The state’s General Assembly passed two bills to create new jobs and bring more than three million kWh of solar electricity to state consumers by 2014.

  • Platinum Pool Party

    SERA Architects makes a sustainable splash in Portland, Ore., with a LEED Platinum swim center.