The American conglomerate has issued a white paper on improving solar operations. How does this fit in with their corporate strategy going forward?
Two newly released reports explore diversity efforts for solar installation jobs in California and overall job growth in the Midwest.
St. Petersburg, Fla.,’s call for requiring PV systems on new or extensively improved housing begs the question of its impact.
ComEd’s community solar tariff faces intervenors in regulatory approval. Meanwhile, Illinois has signed into law legislation enabling Property Assessed Clean Energy.
MISO plans to conduct a multi-year study of how increasing amounts of solar and other forms of renewable energy will impact its territory and how to manage expected growth.
A campaign has launched in Nebraska to “blockade” proposed Keystone XL pipeline with solar installations. How realistic is substituting solar and electric vehicles for oil in the coming decade?
A rebate offered by a Missouri public utility is stirring up debate on how to use solar in addressing the vaunted “duck curve”.
Retail net metering will expire in three tiers, with the first one ending December 31. The bulk of Indiana’s solar market will be in feed-in tariffs, power purchase agreements and utility ownership.
A Montana solar project that would have quadrupled the state’s installed solar has been bushwhacked in the regulatory process, putting solar and even any power plant development in the state in question.
An RFP due in August for solar larger than 2 MW plus brownfield solar projects of any size. Draft program rules for Illinois community solar programs are also expected in August.
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