U.S. government makes up to $4.5 billion in loan guarantees available for EV infrastructure

The new access to loan guarantees is part of a suite of actions that the Obama Administration has unveiled to support electric vehicles and charging stations.

Louisiana to shut down solar tax rebate after exceeding cap

Advocates believe that the cap on rebates may impact homeowners who installed solar before the law changed in July 2015.

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Array Technologies completes shipping of trackers to 191 MW solar project in California

Supply of trackers to the Springbok 2 solar farm follows on supply to the Springbok 1, for a total of 328 MW of trackers.

Greentech Media, GTM Research to be acquired by Verisk Analytics

GTM Research will be folded into energy metal and mining research and consultancy company Wood Mackenzie.

Arizona regulator says utility should keep solar net metering for now

An administrative law judge has said that UNSE should keep net metering until a further hearing, and should not impose discriminatory rates. This opinion is pending a final decision by Arizona regulators.

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SunEdison prepares to sell TerraForm Global

The bankrupt renewable energy developer appears to be fishing for bidders for TerraForm Global, as many investors seem to prefer buying pieces instead of the whole SunEdison empire.

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Vivint moves into PACE with Renovate America partnership

One of the largest U.S. residential solar installers has partnered with a provider of PACE financing in California, with an aim to take the program to other states.

Mercom: Battery storage, smart grid VC investments double in Q2 2016

While there has been a downturn in solar funding, battery and smart grid investments had a very strong quarter.

Obama Administration to unlock PACE as part of 1 GW program for low- and mid-income solar

The Federal Housing Authority and Veterans Administration are issuing guidance for the residential clean energy financing programs, in an effort to lift roadblocks to PACE nationwide.

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Deutsche Bank: U.S. utility-scale solar costs to fall below $1 per watt

The bank says that lower-than-expected U.S. demand coupled with significant new module supply is leading to greatly reduced costs and prices in the U.S. market.

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