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A cleaner grid arrives as renewables replace fossil fuels

In 2022, the United States is projected to massively increase its solar and wind generating capacity, extending a nearly two-decade march toward a cleaner grid.

Dispute settlement allows Hawaii solar project to advance

The solar power facility signed a 25-year fixed price agreement to sell its electricity at roughly 8.9¢/kWh.

Your next package delivery could be solar powered

There is still much to debate over the benefits of moving a vehicle via solar, but the market has been getting creative and is evolving quickly.

Here’s why you need to support California net metering

John Fitzgerald Weaver argues that we need net metering to fully recognize the value of solar power on our homes and businesses.

Landfills could host more than 60 GW of solar, RMI says

Landfill sited solar capacity would nearly double Biden administration goals to grow community solar while increasing total U.S. solar power capacity by about 58%.


Yotta Energy pushes the smart grid closer to rooftop solar panels

The company’s software suite has grown to standardize integrated features including the ability to dispatch electricity.

Solar-covered parking lots could offer multiple benefits

Researchers from Yale found that parking lots across Connecticut could host 7 GW of solar capacity and produce 9,000 GWh of electricity in their first year of operation.


A deep dive into Lazard’s LCOE report

The report raised concerns over future pricing stability and product availability as demand for battery products increases.

A Nor’easter blew through. Our solar guy climbed on roofs to see the results

Hurricane-force wind gusts hit New England during a late October storm, damaging at least one rooftop solar array and leading Commercial Solar Guy to offer a few pointers.


Which crops pair well with solar? Illinois study aims to find out

Rapidly falling price of solar panels has created an impetus for the construction of solar fields, which is often perceived as competing with crop production.


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