..A deal like this would be an ideal lunch for Westinghouse-GED-CDB... (clearly low possibilities with so many companies involved)
However GED is from NC and work with utility project...Why to give these project to "strangers"...
Green Earth Developers LLC concentrates on providing solar energy to commercial and utility customers in North America and the Carribean. Projects range in size from 100Kw to 100MW.
Focus: Community Energy: 100Kw to 10MW
Utility Energy: 1MW to 100MW
What We Do
Complete EPC Construction Services
Project Feasability and technical design
Identify Financial "take-out" financing and Construction Finance.
Owners' Construction Management Services
Interconnect Construction Services
Substation Construction Services
Green Earth Developers LLC
Donald Reed, President
3440 Toringdon Way
Charlotte, NC 28277
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From Westinghouse solar new US website...No news about this here....
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Traded at this price in the otc... Despite a huge profitable contract....A very positive improvement in the balance sheet....An important launch imminent in the best market wordlwide...Wellcome in the microcap stockmarket...
The future of the muli-billion dollar rooftop solar industry in Australia is looking more secure after Labor leader Bill Shorten pledged support for the small-scale component of the renewable energy target to stay as is.
Shorten’s pledge on the rooftop solar scheme comes as he prepares to join the Save Solar campaign, which moves this week to the marginal Sydney seat of Barton this week, and reflects the growing traction that solar is having as an emerging political issue.
The Australian Solar Council is to move its campaign to the Melbourne seat of Deakin in October and will also target by-elections in NSW and state elections in Victoria, Queensland, and NSW.
In an interview with the Australian Financial Review published on Monday, Shorten was scathing of the Warburton Review and called on the government to disown the recommendations.
“If the Prime Minister wants to work with Labor to fix the mess he created, he has to rule to the recommendations in the Warburton review,”Shorten said.
“That’s the job for Tony Abbott. This is the Prime Minister’s report with the industry and job-decimating recommendations he wanted. It belongs in the bin.”
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Duke Energy plans to invest $500 million in solar power to meet North Carolina's requirement that more of its electricity come from renewable energy, the country's largest electricity company said Monday.
The Charlotte-based company said it will build three generating facilities of its own and buy power from five other facilities built by investors in order to meet its requirement that renewables produce 6 percent of its 2015 retail sales. The new solar arrays will produce 278 megawatts of electricity, the company said.
"That's why we're doing this, for renewable portfolio standard requirements," said Rob Caldwell. Duke Energy's vice president of renewable generation development.
Environmental groups applauded the decision and urged the company to shift more aggressively to renewable fuels.
Seven of the eight new solar farms will be in rural stretches of eastern North Carolina, where land is relatively cheap and available, Caldwell said. The largest, a 65 megawatt facility in Duplin County, will spread 850,000 solar panels across about 550 acres, he said.
The new electricity and the solar power Duke Energy now buys from about 600 producers will total 748 megawatts by the time construction on the new solar farms is completed next year, Caldwell said. That compares to 825 megawatts Duke Energy's coal-burning Cliffside Steam Station in Cleveland County can generate.
The solar power also will cost about 20 percent to 70 percent more than that produced by a natural-gas plant, Caldwell said. The 2007 state law ratcheting up the use of renewable energy allowed utilities to pass the higher costs on to consumers.
But Duke Energy was able to hold down the cost of the sun-generated electricity by negotiating with solar power developers, Caldwell said. He wouldn't describe the cost of purchased power.
"One of the objectives of this (process) is to get as many megawatts as attractively priced as we can for our customers, since our customers are paying for this," he said. The prices for electricity from large solar farms are about a third of what Duke Energy pays for electricity generated by rooftop residential units, he said.
Duke Energy is asking state regulators to cut the rebate it gives homeowners who install rooftop arrays, and also wants to trim the price it pays for electricity produced by the units. The company says that would reflect falling costs. Duke Energy now pays 11 cents per kilowatt hour for electricity generated by rooftop units.
"The costs have fallen faster than everyone expected," said Ivan Urlaub, who heads the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, a trade association.
When renewable energy advocates and the state's electric companies discussed renewable energy standards for a 2007 North Carolina law that set utility benchmarks, they thought that burning wood would prove the cheapest method, Urlaub said. Instead, the cost of solar power last year was two-thirds lower than projected seven years ago, he said.
"I think it tells us there's more to come in the future as the cost of solar continues to decline," Urlaub said.
Solar has been hot lately, accounting for about half of all new electric generating capacity in the U.S. in the first half of this year, the Solar Energy Industries Association said in a report this month. In the past two years, installed solar power has doubled for homes and quadrupled for utilities, the national trade group said.
...No exact guidance for 2015...93 millions is the minimum revenue of an incentive plan for management...The E/V sales presentation page is not so clear...However they present a 0,2 ratio,if they are talking about 2015 and considering the E/V around 25 millions,they expect a revenue around 125 millions...very ambitious(around 8 times this year),but considering the huge contract in Thailand and the US launch very possible...
According to the thursday presentation available on CDB website. 2015 will be explosive growth for this company... 2014 total revenue estimated is15 millions...Only the contract in Thailand (64 MW) is much much bigger of 15 millions,and with 6 millions of earnings...CDB is launching a very competitive solar offer in US..the best possible market and with the best margin for the company... Solar stock can go up very quickly,look at sopw in the last 2 month(over 300 millions in market cap) after the announces of around 100-120 MW of projects).
"Turn on your life"...minute 2 ...residential and commercial Solar Systems that "work smarter..and last longer...20 years Warranty". It's time to turn ON this stock price...
According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade association for the U.S. solar industry, the number of installations in Q1 of 2014 is up 79% over the same period in 2013; this currently stands as the second-largest quarter in U.S. market history. Westinghouse Solar offers tailored solar solutions to both homeowners and businesses to meet this growing demand for renewable energy leaders. As part of their industry leading service, Westinghouse offers energy efficiency audits, federal and state rebate consultations, and energy management tools.
Westinghouse Solar calls upon a rich history, established 125 years ago by George Westinghouse when he introduced the first alternating current (AC) electrical system. This soon became the principle power standard for homes and businesses across the world and has played a significant role in the evolution of solar energy solutions for the masses.
Published on September 2nd, 2014
New York, NY – Westinghouse Solar, a global leader in residential and commercial solar system installations, has launched its expansion into the North American residential solar market.
Entry into the rapidly growing U.S. solar market follows Westinghouse Solar’s successful expansion into Europe, Asia, and Australia. Westinghouse Solar completed more than 17,000 residential installations, and numerous commercial scale projects around the globe. Complementing Westinghouse Solar is a financing option of up to $45,000 on residential systems for qualified customers from a $20 million of third party funding capacity. Paired with Westinghouse Solar’s industry-leading 20-year warranty, the company is prepared for immediate entry into a number of U.S. territories.
“Our new loan facility lets Westinghouse Solar offer a zero-down solar offering with competitive financing terms that provide favorable economics for the customer. The loan program also allows our solar system customers to retain the full benefit of available tax credits and other renewable energy incentives, and to avoid potential issues involved with transfer of leases or power purchase agreements if/when they sell their homes. Use of our loan program by our customers will also ensure that local incentives benefit residents of the participating communities and enhance local economic growth. Consequently, we expect the demand for Westinghouse Solar system loans to be high. The $20 million in financing capacity should be adequate to meet the needs of Westinghouse Solar customers for the next several months. We are already exploring ways to expand our solar system loan capacity to handle future growth and meet the needs of new solar system buyers,” said James Greer, SVP of Westinghouse Solar U.S.
According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade association for the U.S. solar industry, the number of installations in Q1 of 2014 is up 79% over the sa
2 states to begin...Florida and Massachusetts...
States we will be operating in shortly (click for further information):
District Of Columbia
No PR about TOMORROW's presentation ...The company don't want visibility....Aegis Capital
2014 Healthcare & Technology Conference... The Encore at Wynn Las Vegas... 2:00-02:25pm CBD ENERGY LIMITED
Another reason to define cbde very cheap...Not only big solar projects...Big wind projects...
CBD Energy Limited (NASDAQ: CBDE; previously OTCBB: CBDNF), a diversified renewable energy company, has been engaged as the Owner’s Project Manager for the 107MW Taralga Wind Farm in New South Wales, Australia. In addition, as the project enters the operational phase, CBD has been designated as the Owner’s Facility Manager. CBD Energy Limited is a diversified clean energy company and leading provider of solar installations worldwide.
Taralga Wind Farm is located in South Western New South Wales, the most populated region in Australia. It utilizes proven Vestas Wind Technology turbines with an estimated construction cost of approximately A$280M. Banco Santander, one of Europe’s largest banks, has partnered with CBD on the project and has acquired 90% of the equity. CBD retains a 10% equity holding. The project is under construction with plans progressing towards the final commissioning program and the operations plan.
“Construction of a project of this size is not without its challenges. CBD’s project team has met and solved each challenge along the way. The next major project is already on the drawing board, with due diligence progressing. There is a concerted expectation that the Australian government will modify its energy program consistent with its goal to be a leader in emissions reduction in the Asia Pacific region,” said Gerry McGowan, CBD Executive Chairman and Managing Director.
When completed in late 2014, Taralga Wind Farm will generate approximately 300 GW hours of renewable energy annually, which is the equivalent of the annual energy needs of 40,000 homes.