BioEnergy Bytes

  • BioEnergyBytesDFStellar Solar is hosting their annual “Celebration of Solar” Dinner & Open House at their showroom at 4730 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard in San Diego. The event will feature the latest electric cars, trucks and motorcycles from Electric Car Insider Magazine, Kearny Pearson Ford and San Diego BMW Motorcycles. SunEdison will also be on-hand with the latest in solar technology and solar financing including their popular 1.99% solar loan. County Planning Commissioner and Chairman Peder Norby will give a short presentation on his zero-net-energy home and his electric vehicles that are powered entirely by the sun.
  • Over 110 wind farm owners including Iberdrola, NextEra, EDPR, E.ON, Google, Infigen, NRG Energy and EDF Renewable Energy will gather at next week’s Wind O&M Summit in Dallas, Texas April 14-16, 2014 to devise asset life extension and performance enhancement strategies to meet 2020 renewable energy targets.
  • Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited has announced the commencement of construction of its two ground-mounted PV plants in Hebei Province. The two projects will have a combined capacity of 25 MW and are located in the cities of Baoding and Xingtai of Hebei Province. The projects are expected to be completed and connected to the grid at the beginning of the third quarter of 2014. Once completed, they will generate approximately 28,700 MWh per year, which is equivalent to offsetting the consumption of 9,300 tons of coal and cutting CO2 emissions by more than 28,700 tons over the systems’ 25-year lifetime.
  • San Diego, California Mayor Kevin Faulconer and other solar advocates gathered at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center, the first net-zero commercial building in San Diego, to celebrate the City of San Diego’s recognition in being ranked the second largest solar producing city in the nation. The report, “Shining Cities: At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution” released today by Environment California Research and Policy Center, placed San Diego just behind Los Angeles. The last two consecutive reports by Environment California ranked San Diego as the solar capital of the nation.

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