The PV Power Map is a report of national solar resource availability as illustrated by the monthly energy output of a nominal 1-kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic (PV) system by location. As illustrated by the map, much of the Western United States experienced warm and dry weather conditions, which facilitated average-to-above average solar energy production.
The American Solar Energy Society will conduct its Board of Directors elections via electronic survey during the month of March, with new Directors named prior to our Solar 2013 conference in Baltimore in mid-April. We are soliciting candidates now and we would love to hear from you – either self-nominating or suggesting a candidate who you know […]
The January/February 2013 issue of SOLAR TODAY is online. Read the full issue, search by key word and share articles.
What is SOLAR 2013? SOLAR 2013 is the 42nd annual National Solar Conference. It combines a technical conference on solar power generation and transmission issues with educational sessions on green-building, passive solar and energy-efficiency techniques. Another track features papers and presentations on marketing, finance and policy matters pertaining to deployment of renewable energy technologies. SOLAR 2013 […]
Early Bird Pricing for SOLAR 2013 ends Feb. 28.