AZ Commissioner Justin Olson answered questions about energy policy by copying parts of an APS memo

The latest research by Energy and Policy Institute finds yet another potentially improper interaction between an ACC member and a utility that he is tasked with regulating.

The race for battery manufacturing capacity: Ultra-fast charging potential

In this op-ed StoreDot Founder and CEO Dr. Doron Myersdorf discusses the current battery manufacturing landscape, the next steps the industry could take, and the potential behind new technologies.

Make your job count: Take the Solar Jobs Census survey

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Solar Foundation’s Andrea Luecke explains why it is so important that all of us participate in the Solar Jobs Census.

SunCast with Canadian Solar CEO Dr. Shawn Qu

The latest episode of SunCast brings an interview with one of the leading solar manufacturers in the world, Canadian Solar CEO Dr. Shawn Qu.

Reverse power flows

In this op-ed John Farrell of ILSR looks at what the big picture of distributed solar and battery deployment means for who makes decisions regarding our electric grid, suggesting that an era of centralized power may be ending.

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Solar grows in Brooklyn

Solar power is about to make affordable housing in Brooklyn and Queens a little more affordable.

Permitting 2.0: A crucial step on the road to our clean energy future

In this op-ed Clean Coalition explains the need for a streamlined solar permitting process for commercial and industrial solar projects.

Expanding the definition of solar asset management

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Soltage VP Raj Soi discusses the hows and whys of having a dedicated asset management team for solar projects.

Drones are accelerating solar energy’s cost advantage

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Mike Winn, CEO and co-founder of DroneDeploy explains the value of drone deployment in solar project development and maintenance.

Coal, nuke bailout picks wrong winners and losers

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Standard Solar’s Scott Wiater explains how the attempts by the Trump Administration to bail out coal and nuclear power plants are a step in the wrong direction for both free markets and rational energy policy.

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