Roth: Huawei exits U.S. solar inverter market

Roth Capital Partners reports that the inverter maker ceased U.S. sales last Friday, laying off all of its U.S. citizen staff, amid rising tensions between the Trump Administration and China.

Duke drags its feet on the energy transition

Duke Energy Indiana plans to delay closing coal plants and to put more gas online with only modest deployment of solar and wind.

Inside GlidePath’s merchant battery in Texas

The 10 MW project is the largest battery that the company has installed in Texas, and will sell power and ancillary services into the spot market with no contract. It might not be the last.

Customer acquisition challenges in community solar: An interview with Richard Keiser

In this interview, Common Energy CEO Richard Keiser talks about the challenges of customer acquisition for community solar developers, and how service providers like his company can fill the gaps.

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Saft breaks into microgrids with Go Electric acquisition

The Total-owned French battery maker has acquired Go Electric, a major player in military and C&I microgrids in North America.

New York Senate passes the biggest, baddest renewable energy mandate in the nation

The 70% by 2030 renewable energy provision in S6599 is second only to DC’s 100% by 2032 in ambition, and includes targets of 6 GW of distributed solar by 2025 and 3 GW of energy storage by 2030. It is expected to pass the Assembly today.

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ITC for energy storage MIA in House committee’s tax extenders bill

ACORE argues that this year’s extenders bill should include an ITC for energy storage, which is not included in the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee’s mark.

Is the U.S. solar market slipping towards merchant?

As contract lengths shorten, U.S. solar developers and investors are relying more and more on sales of power in the spot market as the future.

The Sunshine State finally delivers on its name

WoodMac has upped its forecast for 2019 with Florida and Texas starting to deliver on their potential, as the U.S. solar market returns to its growth path.

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ACORE: Greater investment in wind, but more interest in solar + storage

The renewable energy trade association’s latest report shows increasing investor interest in renewable energy, and finds that investments are more than halfway to the annual level needed to reach its $1 trillion investment target.

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