U.S. trade action: No one knows for sure what the ultimate outcome of the Section 201 investigation will be, but impacts are already being felt in the market, as both sides try to influence the outcome of the case.
The Sunshine State’s largest utility has installed 1.25 million panels so far on eight utility-scale solar plants it currently has under construction and expects to meet its goal by early 2018
Florida’s largest electric utility has sprung an overhaul of its net metering policy on consumers while launching a program to procure an additional 250 MW of utility-scale solar and provide subsidies for customers to install batteries.
One of the state’s largest utilities has called for proposals for 400 MW of solar projects, on the same day the Ohio Senate heard testimony on turning the state’s miniscule renewable portofolio standard into a voluntary program.
In this interview with Spotlight Solar CEO Craig Merrigan, pv magazine delves into the business and the business model of making solar visible.
Expanding on its decision last year to include the value of solar systems in its online home-sales listings, the online clearinghouse has more than doubled the number of houses which it will evaluate for solar potential.
The utility is looking for new solar and onshore wind projects 10 to 150 MW in size located in Virginia.
Coal is dying, and even the president of the United States can’t change that.
Almost exactly one month after Level Solar slipped the surly bonds of business and left the solar industry for good, SUNation Solar Systems has been approved by the former company’s board of directors to take over servicing those accounts.
Solar developers face the challenges of different degrees of uncertainty in project construction, financing and subscriber acquisition.
In this interview, Strata Solar Senior VP Brian O’Hara talks about the challenges that the Section 201 trade case is bringing to his company, and how Strata is meeting these challenges.
The Mississippi-based CIGS manufacturer cites “intense” competition from imports.
The latest report by GTM Research puts numbers on the increase in H2 2017 system prices and analyzes the potential damage from a range of scenarios.
The U.S. Department of Labor has found that the troubled module manufacturer’s laid-off employees should receive additional benefits because their terminations were the result of the company’s difficulty competing with imports.
The high-efficiency solar maker asks for Section 201 action to include First Solar’s thin film products, but to exclude its back contact crystalline silicon solar as a unique product.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s appointment of Justin Olson, a former member of the Arizona House of Representatives, is being hailed as a good choice to join the Arizona Corporation Commission when it convenes its next open meeting.
A bankruptcy court has approved the additional loan, which should allow the main creditors of the bankrupt cell and module maker to continue their pursuit the Section 201 case.
An EQ Research study indicates regulators are approving utilities’ requests for increased fixed charges and diminishing distributed solar’s value proposition in the process.
A 2,900 home planned development in Arizona will feature electricity trading between a network of PV and battery systems, as a grid-tied microgrid that will also absorb excess power at strategic times for the local grid.
Senate Bill 338, which mandates that utilities come up with non-gas generation options to meet peak demand, was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown.
A team at Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a type of battery which it says could store energy for long durations at a fraction of the cost of current storage technologies.
The Texas-based residential solar company is in discussions with the governor of the hurricane-ravaged island to help rebuild its grid.
The Section 301 case being considered could up the penalties on Chinese PV makers seeking to export to the U.S. market.
Data from California’s grid operator shows an ongoing decline in gas generation and imports as solar and other forms of renewable energy boom.
A new study looks at the ability of energy storage systems to replacing aging, polluting fossil fuel peak power plants in New York City and thereby make use of the future growth of local solar power
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