SEIA to the USITC: ‘What’s next?’ as Suniva/SolarWorld decision looms

In a letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission, the national solar association argues the two petitioners have no plan to be functional module manufacturers even if they’re provided “global safeguard relief.”

Dog bites man: Duke Energy prevails in lawsuit, keeping its monopoly in place

At issue was whether an agreement between NC WARN, a member-based nonprofit tackling the climate crisis, was acting as a public utility by providing solar electricity to a church. The public utilities commission – and now a court – has found that it was.

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SEIA, kWh Analytics provide risk management recommendations

The new guide offers potential solar investors a list of best practices designed to manage unnecessary risk as they consider putting money into projects.

ACC’s Doug Little heads for D.C. amid swirling investigations

Amid a FBI investigation into potential election irregularities surrounding his campaign and an ongoing lawsuit from a fellow commissioner, the Arizona regulator ascends to a position in Secretary Rick Perry’s Department of Energy.

Clash of the coalitions: Pro-petition alliance adds new member

The Alliance for American Manufacturing, a group that claims to be a coalition of unions and manufacturers, adds its name to a growing number of groups supporting Suniva/SolarWorld’s Section 201 trade petition.

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Well, duh: New study shows 75% of Americans support net metering

Is it any shock that most Americans, who polls show support solar energy at a 90% level, also support the most effective regulatory means to promote its expansion? (No. The answer is no.)

On this episode of solar hoarders: Developers gobble panels before possible price hike

Bloomberg New Energy Finance reports on “the Suniva effect,” in which the Section 201 trade case is causing project delays as uncertainty over panel prices spooks industry.

Utah utility wants non-solar owners to shoulder net metering costs

Rocky Mountain Power, in reaction to an agreement with solar advocates to extend net metering, is asking to recover those costs through fees on non-solar customers.

Diversity, Part III, in which Frank Andorka feels something like hope

In the final part of our three-part series on The Solar Foundation’s diversity study, our reporter talks to industry leaders to find out what the next steps are to fixing some of the gaps in diversity in the solar industry.

Solar Diversity, Part II: Why is this industry so white?

Veteran reporter Frank Andorka gets granular with some shocking numbers from The Solar Foundation’s Diversity Study – and wonders aloud why women of color are getting the fuzziest end of the lollipop.

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