| Dec 9 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Emil Ismayilov Trend News Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan
Azerbaijani delegation headed by the Azerbaijani Minister of Energy Natig Aliyev will participate in the opening ceremony of the Akhaltsikhe substation and high voltage power lines part of the Black Sea transmission network project in Georgia on Dec.11, according to a message published by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Energy on Dec.9.
| Dec 9 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Ted Booker Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.
Lots of Christmas lights could be bought for $3 million. That was the investment Davidson Automotive Group made in a ground-mounted solar array roughly the size of two football fields, located behind five buildings it owns on the 1800 block of Route 11, outer Washington Street.
A U.S. House Committee led by Rep. Doc Hastings will hear from a diverse group of officials with interests in saving salmon, keeping electricity costs low and adequate water for irrigation when it meets in Pasco today.
| Dec 9 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Rex L. Troute The Hawk Eye, Burlington, Iowa
A financial institution and solar energy seem like a natural fit as they are both into savings. Such is the case for Casebine Community Credit Union, which had a solar system installed at its 485 West Burlington Ave. location in October, and hopefully it will flip the switch to savings any day now.
Canadian Solar Inc., (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ:CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced it is the supplier of 8.7 MW of its MaxPower CS6X Solar Modules to EOSOL Mexico.
Business & Corporate
| Dec 6 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Marty Toohey Austin American-Statesman
Already known for some of the most flexible debt-collection policies in the power industry, Austin further relaxed its requirements on Thursday against the advice of executives running the city-owned electric utility.
Citing the prospect of higher electricity bills, Sen. Wendy Davis, the likely Democratic nominee for governor, on Thursday urged the Public Utility Commission to refrain from reworking how Texans buy and sell wholesale electricity.
Fossil & Biomass
| Dec 8 - Michelle Merlin The Record-Eagle, Traverse City, Mich.
A 10-year-old quarry three miles from Rogers City remains just that. Wolverine Power Cooperative spent more than $20 million to construct a new coal-fired plant in the limestone quarry, but the cooperative has yet to lift a hammer to build the plant, plans for which were announced in 2006.