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Data reveals top 3 traits consumers want in a solar installer

According to’s examination of more than 2,800 actual customer reviews, smaller, family-owned companies with deep roots in communities receive the most positive reviews from the people they serve.

Tesla Energy asks U.S. Supreme Court to let its lawsuit against Salt River Project continue

The Tesla unit formerly known as SolarCity has pursued an antitrust lawsuit against the Arizona utility since 2017, which SRP has appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court to dismiss immediately.

Maryland bill calls for 14.5% solar by 2028

The new bill would increase the state’s renewable energy mandate to 50% by 2030, as well as setting the ambitious solar carve-out.

Ballot initiative in Nevada proposes 50% RPS by 2030

Nevadans for A Clean Energy Future, funded in part by progressive billionaire Tom Steyer, is hoping to put the decision about increasing the state’s RPS in the hands of voters in November.

Michigan group starts ballot campaign for 30% by 30 renewable energy

Clean Energy, Healthy Michigan has started collecting signatures to get a constitutional amendment on the ballot in November that would extend the state’s Renewable Energy Standard to 30% by 2030 after the current targets are met in 2021.

APS, First Solar to install Arizona’s largest battery system

The Arizona-based module manufacturer will install a 50 MW battery system charged by a 65 MW solar farm under a 15-year power contract with the state’s largest utility.


Four co-ops petition Virginia utility regulators to start community solar pilot

The pilot, which the co-operatives expect to last three years, would provide for the construction of two facilities in the state, the power from which members could subscribe.

Navajo Nation solicits additional solar development

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) is asking for utility-scale solar developers to submit bids by February 28 to add more solar to its solar farm, though details of the scale of the work wasn’t released.

Report: DOE might invoke emergency powers to keep coal plants online

After the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission rejected Secretary of Energy Rick Perry’s order to bail out First Energy coal plants, the Department is now considering invoking emergency powers under Section 202 of the Federal Power Act to achieve the goal, Bloomberg Politics reports.

Tariffs violate NAFTA and the Trade Act, Canadian companies tell court

A group of three Canadian companies filed a lawsuit in the United States Court of International Trade, saying their products shouldn’t be covered by the tariffs because they do not harm U.S. module manufacturers.

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