Solid oxide fuel cells are now rolling off a highly subsidized production line in Delaware.
The U.S. Department of Energy talks about how the installation of solar power in a Delaware town is helping that city save taxpayer dollars on utility bills.
NRG has put the project on hold, but the Obama administration is still happy to seal its first offshore wind lease agreement under “Smart from the Start.”
A local company helps out Delaware’s Belvedere Volunteer Fire Company in Wilmington to commission a 50-kilowatt (kW) PV system on its firehouse that will power part of its operations.
Distributed Sun strikes a deal with Buccini-Pollin, a Delaware real estate developer, to install nearly 1.5 megawatts of PV on two Wilmington office parks.
Only California and Colorado beat out little Delaware in the latest round of funding from the Obama administration’s SunShot program for solar R&D.
Delaware commissions the 10-megawatt Dover SUN Park, the state’s largest community-scale solar power plant.
Delaware Technical Community College’s new Energy House features water and energy efficient systems, solar power and more — and has earned 103 LEED points.
The tiny state of Delaware is playing a big cleantech card as it attempts to lure fuel cell energy player Bloom Energy with a sweet incentive package.
The U.S. Department of the Interior recently announced it has started the process to lease the first commercial offshore wind farm in Delaware.