Constellation dives deeper in California’s C&I market with PFMG acquisition

The Exelon subsidiary buying up PFMG follows on a long history of collaboration between the two companies.

Solar funding moves from companies to projects

Mercom Capital’s latest report shows sustained low levels of funding for solar companies but strong investment in solar projects and many acquisitions.

IEA low-balls solar growth (again)

The agency’s base case expects relatively flat growth in solar deployment over the next six years, but for solar to still dominate growth among renewable technologies. The agency’s estimates are again below those of major market analysts.


Michigan resumes PURPA in Consumers Energy territory

With state regulators settling on conditions for PURPA contracts after a 10-month suspension, SEIA says that the state’s solar market can now move forward. However, the devil may still be in details yet to come.

Six Flags Great Adventure goes solar

KDC Solar is building a 23.5 MW solar project to serve the theme park, which will be the largest net-metered solar plant in New Jersey.


SunCast turns three! With Adam James

This special edition of Nico Johnson’s podcast features an interview with Adam James, formerly of Tesla and GTM Research.

Your appliances can save the grid (and allow more solar)

A new report by Wood Mackenzie finds a surprising amount of potential demand flexibility in U.S. homes, which can make the job of integrating more solar and wind easier.

Trump names pro-fossil ideologue to fill vacant FERC seat

Bernard McNamee has gone so far as to write an Earth Day op-ed on the benefits of fossil fuels. Coal bailout, here we come.


Con Edison absorbs Johnson Controls’ battery management solutions

Under what is being described as a JV, Con Edison will offer Johnson Controls’ systems for control and management of batteries to a wider audience, and give ConEd another arrow in its quiver of clean energy solutions.

A voice for the solar consumer: the SRA

The Solar Rights Alliance is officially only seven months old, but is already shaking things up in the California state capitol as a voice for PV system owners in policy.

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