Arizona renewable energy referendum meets signature requirement

Now that a random 5% signature sample verification has been mathematically achieved, the only thing standing between the initiative and voters in November is the lawsuit it faces, which starts Monday.

Dominion acquires 240 MW-AC of solar in Virginia

The company has reached a deal with local developer Urban Grid to acquire two upcoming projects, which, when complete, should be the largest in the state of Virginia.

Duke to upgrade pumped-storage station to accommodate renewables

The energy giant is upgrading its Bad Creek pumped hydro storage facility from 1,000 to 1,300 MW.

Invenergy to build 75 MW solar project in North Carolina

The country’s largest privately held renewable developer looks to expand its influence in the Tar Heel State.

Saving the stadium: how microgrid integration can improve venues’ disaster survivability

By using real-time weather data and energy management stadiums can better manage their own consumption, as well as sheltering local residents in the event of a natural disaster.

RI judge rejects solar project, rules solar to be “manufacturing”

A judge in Rhode Island has overturned a proposed solar farm in Portsmouth, ruling that modules “manufacture” the electricity they generate.

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Ex-SolarCity employees allege discrimination, harassment and fake sales reports

The Tesla-owned company finds itself again in legal hot water as a suit brought by ex-employees describes a disturbing workplace culture.

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Detroit Lions add solar to stadium and team facilities

The Lions become the 12th NFL franchise to add solar power to their facilities, furthering a growing trend that now includes 38% of the league.

Duke launches community solar in South Carolina

The new program aims to to attract low-income participants, and comes as net metering caps are reached in the state.

Utility front group sues to stop Arizona renewable energy referendum

APS-funded Arizonans for Affordable Energy is alleging that 3/4 of the signatures gathered by Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona are invalid.

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