Solar Center building

Latest stories

12h
The Mercury News
California climate change laws: More electric cars, solar power expected under tough new rulesof thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered ve
California climate change laws: More electric cars, solar power expected under tough new rules
The Mercury News / Posted 12 hours ago
of thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered vehicles. New tax credits and incentives for solar farms and wind power. Tighter building-efficiency standards on windows, heating and water systems in homes and... Read more
3 related stories
15h
The Mercury News
More electric cars, more solar power expected as California struggles to reach tough new climate standardsof thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered ve
More electric cars, more solar power expected as California struggles to reach tough new climate standards
The Mercury News / Posted 15 hours ago
of thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered vehicles. New tax credits and incentives for solar farms and wind power. Tighter building-efficiency standards on windows, heating and water systems in homes and... Read more
3 related stories
16h
Hamilton News
Obama finds an ally in Walmart, whose stores he once shunnedis great for Walmart workers; it was a huge transfer of wealth," said Nelson Li
Obama finds an ally in Walmart, whose stores he once shunned
Hamilton News / Posted 16 hours ago
is great for Walmart workers; it was a huge transfer of wealth," said Nelson Lichtenstein, director of the Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who wrote a book on... Read more
23h
The Mercury News
More electric cars, more solar power expected as state struggles to reach tough new climate standardsof thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered ve
More electric cars, more solar power expected as state struggles to reach tough new climate standards
The Mercury News / Posted 23 hours ago
of thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered vehicles. New tax credits and incentives for solar farms and wind power. Tighter building-efficiency standards on windows, heating and water systems in homes and... Read more
3 related stories
1d
Business Wire
ADDING MULTIMEDIA Toshiba Brings Energy Solutions for Africa to Japan Fair at TICAD VIConference on African Development 2016 that will be held on August 27 and 28 at
ADDING MULTIMEDIA Toshiba Brings Energy Solutions for Africa to Japan Fair at TICAD VI
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
Conference on African Development 2016 that will be held on August 27 and 28 at the Kenyatta International Convention Center. Exhibits at Japan Fair will showcase Toshiba’s ability to provide total energy solutions that ‘Make Energy”,... Read more
1d
Pilipino Star
Many investors see Duterte as the Philippines’ Lee Kuan Yewover the next five years with hotels in Boracay, Palawan and Tagaytay. Anchor L
Many investors see Duterte as the Philippines’ Lee Kuan Yew
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
over the next five years with hotels in Boracay, Palawan and Tagaytay. Anchor Land vice chairman Steve Li said they’re also building the country’s largest Chinese restaurant. Are young tycoons Sia and Li optimistic that President Duterte can... Read more
1d
ScienceBlogs
Comments of the Week #124: from phantom stars to solar storm catastrophesedition of our comments of the week. Image credit: Mir / RSA, 1999, of the Moo
Comments of the Week #124: from phantom stars to solar storm catastrophes
ScienceBlogs / Posted yesterday
edition of our comments of the week. Image credit: Mir / RSA, 1999, of the Moon’s shadow falling on Earth, during a total solar eclipse as seen from space. From PJ on my present for the next year: “Happies again, Ethan. For next year, your... Read more
1d
Orlando Sentinel
Orange County offers information sessions on solar co-opsThe session, co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters and Florida Solar Unite
Orange County offers information sessions on solar co-ops
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
The session, co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters and Florida Solar United Neighborhoods, is designed to provide homeowners with information about forming solar cooperatives. Co-op members can get up to 20 percent discounts on solar... Read more
1d
The Hill
Corporate demand for green power grows, but what will increased supply look like?like Google and Nike have joined the RE100 pledge to do so in the near future.
Corporate demand for green power grows, but what will increased supply look like?
The Hill / Posted yesterday
like Google and Nike have joined the RE100 pledge to do so in the near future. ADVERTISEMENT Others like Apple are building solar or wind farms off-site. That lets them capitalize on economies of scale and choose sites with especially sunny... Read more
2d
The Apalachicola Times
2 Republicans, 3 Dems vie for superintendent TuesdayBay Charter School, has stressed her active involvement as a teacher and a volu
2 Republicans, 3 Dems vie for superintendent Tuesday
The Apalachicola Times / Posted 2 days ago
Bay Charter School, has stressed her active involvement as a teacher and a volunteer, and has focused on the need for building teamwork in her plans for addressing the district’s diverse challenges, from at-risk students to the gifted... Read more
2d
The Mercury News
More electric cars, more solar power expected as state struggles to reach tough new climate standardsof thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered ve
More electric cars, more solar power expected as state struggles to reach tough new climate standards
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
of thousands of electric cars. Penalties for people who buy gasoline-powered vehicles. New tax credits and incentives for solar farms and wind power. Tighter building-efficiency standards on windows, heating and water systems in homes and... Read more
2d
The Seattle Times
At giant NRG, turning to clean power proved a messy businessOn the edge of a bucolic field in Princeton, N.J., an eco-friendly office build
At giant NRG, turning to clean power proved a messy business
The Seattle Times / Posted 2 days ago
On the edge of a bucolic field in Princeton, N.J., an eco-friendly office building recently opened its doors. Plants festoon the roof, a living wall is planned for the lobby, and rainwater storage tanks supply the building’s needs. In the parking lot... Read more
3 related stories
3d
Orange County Register
In Orange County, farms sprouting in small spacesTucked inside an industrial building, one of many in a sprawling complex of con
In Orange County, farms sprouting in small spaces
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
Tucked inside an industrial building, one of many in a sprawling complex of concrete and glass in Irvine, is a farm capable of growing 16 acres of food in a warehouse that spans just 5,800 square feet. A conveyer belt 25 feet high moves small bins... Read more
3d
The Buffalo News
SolarCity construction nears completionConstruction is winding down at the sprawling SolarCity factory in South Buffal
SolarCity construction nears completion
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
Construction is winding down at the sprawling SolarCity factory in South Buffalo, and here is the first look inside the building that will be the home to the biggest solar panel plant in the Western Hemisphere. The photos come courtesy of a state... Read more
3d
The Champaign News-Gazette
Tom's #Mailbag, Aug. 26, 2016Such was this week. But there were plenty of other questions about: campus con
Tom's #Mailbag, Aug. 26, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Such was this week. But there were plenty of other questions about: campus construction, the panels around the State Farm Center exterior, old-time Champaign squad cars, the UI solar farm and whether sheep might be employed there, Urbana school... Read more
3d
Orange County Register
From potholes to policies, rebuilding trust in governmentwater safe? Are Zika and West Nile-carrying mosquitoes being kept under control
From potholes to policies, rebuilding trust in government
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
water safe? Are Zika and West Nile-carrying mosquitoes being kept under control? How long does it take to secure that building permit you need? These government functions are critically important, and thus, so are the choices we make in local... Read more
3d
The Columbian
SunModo HQ construction continues in Orchardsnew headquarters project in Orchards by December. The Vancouver-based business
SunModo HQ construction continues in Orchards
The Columbian / Posted 3 days ago
new headquarters project in Orchards by December. The Vancouver-based business makes roof and ground mounting racks for solar panel systems. Its name means “the way of the sun.” And the new headquarters means that SunModo will be able to be... Read more
3d
Forest Lake Times
2016 local municipal filing statements |Sam Husnik is running for election to the Forest Lake City Council. He released
2016 local municipal filing statements |
Forest Lake Times / Posted 3 days ago
Sam Husnik is running for election to the Forest Lake City Council. He released the following statement: “A self-employed building contractor for the past 36 years, Sam Husnik and his wife also own Ace Hardware in Forest Lake. He has a long... Read more
3d
Forest Lake Times
District construction plan continues apace |at the high school, significant improvements to both Forest View and Forest Lak
District construction plan continues apace |
Forest Lake Times / Posted 3 days ago
at the high school, significant improvements to both Forest View and Forest Lake Elementary schools, a nine through 12 building reroofing project completed, a new parking lot at the high school, and secured entrance technologies installed at... Read more
3d
DW
Boris Palmer: the odd Green out |alone think of, such a proposal. "Typical Palmer nonsense," said Simone Peter,
Boris Palmer: the odd Green out |
DW / Posted 3 days ago
alone think of, such a proposal. "Typical Palmer nonsense," said Simone Peter, co-chair of the Greens. Niels Annen of the center-left SPD called Palmer the "Greens' Donald Trump." The party's other co-chair, Cem Özdemir, even suggested that Palmer... Read more
3d
Slate
Our Energy Grid Is Amazingly Vulnerable and Climate Change Is the Causeor even the most dramatic example of the perils of power outages in extreme wea
Our Energy Grid Is Amazingly Vulnerable and Climate Change Is the Cause
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
or even the most dramatic example of the perils of power outages in extreme weather. Recall the chaos at Memorial Medical Center, where floodwaters marooned dozens of elderly patients on sweat-soaked bedsheets, without electricity or running... Read more
3d
Bangor Daily News
In Bangor, a ‘green pocket neighborhood’ adapts new ideas to traditional settingand filled with rockwool and cellulose. The windows are triple-glazed and seal
In Bangor, a ‘green pocket neighborhood’ adapts new ideas to traditional setting
Bangor Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
and filled with rockwool and cellulose. The windows are triple-glazed and seal as tightly as a refrigerator door. Banks of solar cells cover the south-facing slopes of the roofs. The landscaping trends toward edible permaculture, boasting raised... Read more
4d
The Apalachicola Times
School races highlight Tuesday primaryBay Charter School, has stressed her active involvement as a teacher and a volu
School races highlight Tuesday primary
The Apalachicola Times / Posted 4 days ago
Bay Charter School, has stressed her active involvement as a teacher and a volunteer, and has focused on the need for building teamwork in her plans for addressing the district’s diverse challenges, from at-risk students to the gifted... Read more
4d
AllAfrica.com
Making Health Services Available to the Most Remote Communities in Kenema and Kailahunand health personnel, while ENFO will take care of rehabilitation, renovation a
Making Health Services Available to the Most Remote Communities in Kenema and Kailahun
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
and health personnel, while ENFO will take care of rehabilitation, renovation and installation of WASH facilities and solar power in all 20 health centers." According to the District Medical Officer (DMO) in Kenema, Dr. Mohamed Vandi, the... Read more
4d
Business Wire
The Nature of It All: Toyota Donates $1 Million to Help Fund New Yellowstone Youth Campusby Hennebery Eddy Architects of Portland, Ore., the new Yellowstone Youth Campu
The Nature of It All: Toyota Donates $1 Million to Help Fund New Yellowstone Youth Campus
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
by Hennebery Eddy Architects of Portland, Ore., the new Yellowstone Youth Campus aims to be the first buildings in a national park to achieve Living Building Challenge Certification. One of the most rigorous environmental... Read more
4d
Leominster Champion
Four questions for Leominster principals | August 26, 2016block where each teacher has 12-15 students to get to know (see below). We have
Four questions for Leominster principals | August 26, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 4 days ago
block where each teacher has 12-15 students to get to know (see below). We have also opened a new Academic Learning Center led by regular and special educators. We have almost 200 students each report card period who need immediate support... Read more
4d
The Atlantic
The Joy Of Naming Things in No Man's Skyequally delighted and befuddled fans since its release earlier this month. Prom
The Joy Of Naming Things in No Man's Sky
The Atlantic / Posted 4 days ago
equally delighted and befuddled fans since its release earlier this month. Promising an essentially infinite universe of solar systems for players to explore, it presents the player with so many options that gameplay can almost feel aimless, or... Read more
4d
Jefferson City News Tribune
Plans building for 2017 solar eclipseAbout a year from now, a total solar eclipse will pass right smack dab over Cal
Plans building for 2017 solar eclipse
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
About a year from now, a total solar eclipse will pass right smack dab over Callaway County. Rather than panicking as our fur-wearing ancestors may have done, business, government and tourism officials are looking at the two minutes and 37 seconds... Read more
5d
Business Standard India
Apple becomes a green energy supplierhas extensive needs for electric power in the United States - and not only for
Apple becomes a green energy supplier
Business Standard India / Posted 5 days ago
has extensive needs for electric power in the United States - and not only for the sprawling new corporate campus it is building at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, and its 270 retail stores around the country. One of Apple's biggest... Read more
5d
Chicago Tribune
Chicago Botanic Garden grows with $28M learning campusmade from rocks above, creates a "fingers and toes water feature," said Prender
Chicago Botanic Garden grows with $28M learning campus
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
made from rocks above, creates a "fingers and toes water feature," said Prendergast. But that's just the front lawn. The centerpiece of the new campus is the new building, the Learning Center, almost 27,000 square feet of interior space, most in... Read more
5d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsArticle Tools Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,” today an
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Article Tools Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,” today and Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m., 1115 N. Abington Road, Waverly, free. Upcoming James Barrett McNulty Memorial Blood Drive: Friday, 1 to 6 p.m., Scranton Health Care Center,... Read more
38 related stories
5d
Business Wire
Skanska Divests School in Linköping, Sweden, to Vacse for about SEK 200Mof Linköping. The intention is that the school will be certified according to
Skanska Divests School in Linköping, Sweden, to Vacse for about SEK 200M
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
of Linköping. The intention is that the school will be certified according to the environmental certification system Green Building. Features include a glass facade with integrated solar cells and solar panels on the roofs. The school yard is... Read more
6d
SkyHi Daily News
Talking shop: Bob Fanch, Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resorthow you are environmentally responsible. The Ranch utilizes ground source heat
Talking shop: Bob Fanch, Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
how you are environmentally responsible. The Ranch utilizes ground source heat to heat its cabins, main lodge, activities center, and restaurants. Recently we installed the largest private solar installation in the state. We utilize beetle-kill... Read more
6d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
your guide to area meetings and eventsArticle Tools Upcoming Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,
your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Article Tools Upcoming Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,” Wednesday and Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m., 1115 N. Abington Road, Waverly, free. Scranton/Dunmore Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary,E.B. Jermyn No. 2:meeting, Monday, 6... Read more
38 related stories
7d
The Visayan Daily Star
Negros OrientalThe first and largest school-based solar power generation project in Southeast
Negros Oriental
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 7 days ago
The first and largest school-based solar power generation project in Southeast Asia will be formally launched and be made fully operational today, after the first batch of solar panels has been tested and energized, a press release from Silliman... Read more
7d
iafrica.com
What is NASA's newest space mission?The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft sits on its workstand August 20, 2016 with its launch
What is NASA's newest space mission?
iafrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft sits on its workstand August 20, 2016 with its launch fairing (R background) in a servicing building at Kennedy Space Center, Florida.Credit: AFP/Bruce Weaver The idea for a device that could unveil the origins of life in... Read more
36 related stories
7d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Community Events Listings, August 20, 2016workshop: SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support)/Wav­erly C
Community Events Listings, August 20, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
workshop: SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support)/Wav­erly Community House free two-night solar energy workshop, Wednesday-Thursday, 7-9 p.m., 1115 N. Abington Road, Waver­ly; how to save energy and money at home,... Read more
38 related stories
7d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsArticle Tools Upcoming Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Article Tools Upcoming Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,” Wednesday and Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m., 1115 N. Abington Road, Waverly, free. Scranton/Dunmore Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary,E.B. Jermyn No. 2:meeting, Aug. 29, 6... Read more
38 related stories
8d
The Maui News
NIIHAU: ‘Forbidden Island’ still pr"It flexes in and out. But the island is what Hawaii was 150 years ago. There's
NIIHAU: ‘Forbidden Island’ still pr
The Maui News / Posted 8 days ago
"It flexes in and out. But the island is what Hawaii was 150 years ago. There's no change really, except that we are now building a slaughterhouse over there in addition to the one on Kauai. It should be done in two weeks. "They have been... Read more
8d
Philly.com
An infrastructure plan or two, and how to pay for itfor cash these days, writes Matt Fabian, partner at Municipal Market Analytics.
An infrastructure plan or two, and how to pay for it
Philly.com / Posted 8 days ago
for cash these days, writes Matt Fabian, partner at Municipal Market Analytics. Clinton plans a five-year, $275 billion building program, plus a few billion to start a "National Infrastructure Bank" that would arrange "public-private... Read more
8d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsSociety:open house, 1 to 4 p.m., Cemetery Street, Clifford. Free. Upcoming Wa
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Society:open house, 1 to 4 p.m., Cemetery Street, Clifford. Free. Upcoming Waverly Community House:“Energy Savings and Solar 101,” Wednesday and Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m., 1115 N. Abington Road, Waverly, free. Scranton/Dunmore Fraternal Order of... Read more
38 related stories
9d
The Advertiser-Tribune
Spotlight to shine on solar energyseminar, the nonprofit organization that focuses on renewable energy released a
Spotlight to shine on solar energy
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
seminar, the nonprofit organization that focuses on renewable energy released a study Tuesday of the 25 largest grid-tied solar arrays, plus a first-ever county-by-county survey of solar photovoltaic installations. At the top of the list is a new... Read more
9d
Manila Bulletin
From Solo Cup to an asteroid: NASA’s newest space missionSolo Cup to an asteroid: NASA’s newest space mission The idea for a device tha
From Solo Cup to an asteroid: NASA’s newest space mission
Manila Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
Solo Cup to an asteroid: NASA’s newest space mission The idea for a device that could unveil the origins of life in our solar system began with a Solo cup. Next month, an invention inspired by that plastic, disposable beverage cup will launch... Read more
36 related stories
9d
The News & Observer
A new model for architecturefrom operating as construction companies, so two separate legal entities are re
A new model for architecture
The News & Observer / Posted 9 days ago
from operating as construction companies, so two separate legal entities are required – one for design and another for building. That way, designers can work both inside the studio as architects and on the site as builders. It translates into... Read more
10d
CBS Baltimore
NASA Spacecraft Will Travel 2-Years To Collect Asteroid Samplesasteroids will shed light on the early beginnings of Earth. Asteroids drift th
NASA Spacecraft Will Travel 2-Years To Collect Asteroid Samples
CBS Baltimore / Posted 10 days ago
asteroids will shed light on the early beginnings of Earth. Asteroids drift through space unchanged since growing with the solar system, 4.5 billion years ago. “These were there when the solar system first formed,” said Dr. Amy Simon from NASA’s... Read more
36 related stories
10d
Philly.com
Old City tech firm opts for solar roof: 'It's badass'Darren Hill has powered his office computer and assorted peripheral equipment f
Old City tech firm opts for solar roof: 'It's badass'
Philly.com / Posted 10 days ago
Darren Hill has powered his office computer and assorted peripheral equipment for two years from a solar panel mounted to the roof of his Old City business. "I proved the model, now let's just do the whole building," said Hill, 40, the chief... Read more
10d
Mississippi Business Journal
TECH 21 — Mississippi’s most wanted in technology for 2016clients achieve their business objectives. GARY BUTLER, Chairman and CEO, Camg
TECH 21 — Mississippi’s most wanted in technology for 2016
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 10 days ago
clients achieve their business objectives. GARY BUTLER, Chairman and CEO, Camgian Microsystems From its early work in building advanced sensor technologies and solutions for organizations, Butler has lead Camgian’s evolution into a... Read more
10d
Web Host Industry Review
Can Space Weather Kill the Cloud?Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Last year, when he learned about the p
Can Space Weather Kill the Cloud?
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 10 days ago
Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Last year, when he learned about the potential of a strong electromagnetic pulse from the sky doing real damage to electrical infrastructure, Rich Banta stopped what was then an early-stage data center project... Read more
10d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsfriends@epix.net. Northeastern Pennsylvania Reading Association Back to School
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
friends@epix.net. Northeastern Pennsylvania Reading Association Back to School Reading Time: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., center court, Viewmont Mall, Dickson City. Praise in the Park – Back to School Family Affair: Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3:30... Read more
38 related stories
11d
Style Weekly
Game Review: No Man’s Skyultimate goal is to repair your ship's hyperdrive, which allows you to leave th
Game Review: No Man’s Sky
Style Weekly / Posted 11 days ago
ultimate goal is to repair your ship's hyperdrive, which allows you to leave the planet and explore your way to the center of the galaxy. The opening minutes of "No Man's Sky" certainly are memorable. As you explore your planet you'll... Read more
6 related stories
More

People in this news