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SolarEdge stock jumps on Q2 revenue beat and solid earnings — despite Covid-19

SolarEdge was able to keep its streak of profitable quarters going — in what was expected to be a hard-hit quarter for solar. The company sees “signs of recovery in the U.S.”

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Vivint beats on revenue — but losses widen in Q1 as residential solar hunkers down

Vivint beat estimates with $91.2 million in revenue in Q1, though, like with most other third-party solar companies, that was outweighed by $51.9 million in losses from operations. Installation figures fell during the quarter and are only expected to fall further, as Covid-19 runs its course on residential solar.

Solar beats gas when utilities use all-source procurements

With an all-source procurement, a utility solicits bids to identify the costs of solar, wind and storage, which can be “significantly less expensive than new gas,” as an Indiana utility found. A clean energy group calls for state regulators to require all-source procurements, for the vertically integrated utilities that serve half the country.

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The good news: The US added 13.3 GW of solar in 2019, beating wind and gas in new capacity

You know the bad news. Here are five takeaways from the pre-COVID-19 U.S. solar industry. As for how the coronavirus will impact 2020 foreacasts, supply chains, component costs and project timelines, stay safe and stay tuned.

Delmarva Power’s demand charges beaten by Delaware man

State regulators have sided with a man who filed a protest against the power company over an unlisted $500+ demand charge on his monthly electric bill.

Bifacial beats Trump’s tariffs

Federal trade authorities have ruled that bifacial solar modules are no longer subject to the Section 201 ruling, which currently apply a 25% tariff to most solar modules imported to the United States.

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Tesla’s Powerwall as the beating heart of your home

Vermont utility Green Mountain Power has started a program to replace its customers’ electric meters with the monitoring system in Tesla Powerwall batteries.

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Solar beats wind to the bank

Fitch Ratings has found that utility scale solar power projects outperform similarly sized wind projects when it comes to predictability of revenue, with most solar projects decently outperforming original ratings.

Details of the fix: BNEF’s Nathan Serota on final form of BEAT in the tax bill

In this interview BNEF Senior Analyst Nathan Serota explains the details of the 80% offset under the new BEAT provision in the final tax reform legislation, and what this means for solar and wind finance.

Deal cut to fix anti-renewable BEAT provision in tax bill

U.S. Senator John Thune has told Bloomberg that a deal has been cut to mostly amend the impacts of the BEAT provision, but the details remain unclear.

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