A 500 MW project is being considered today by the Kern County Board of Supervisors, the latest in the ever-growing list of mind-bogglingly large projects in California.
Thanks to a hot mic, regulations instituted to gut PURPA in Big Sky Country have been overturned and the door to solar development has been re-opened.
Hello and thank you for starting your workweek with the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at SEIA’s response to the ongoing Hanwha ITC investigation, a potential vote on the 500 MW Spotsylvania project, a free utility planning model from Arizona State and everything else you need to know in the onset of this week in the solar industry.
Happy Thursday and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at SMUD joining the EIM (those words may mean nothing to you now but will soon), a new New Jersey brownfield project (not a Futurama joke), a new solar powered anti-theft backpack (with a built-in boombox model) and everything else you need to tackle the solar industry today.
Hello and welcome to the slightly-retooled pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at commercial development coming to southern Virginia, Dynapower’s new 500 kW DC-DC converter, the development of PJM and Argonne National Lab’s solar guidelines and everything else you need today.
In today’s pvMB, we also bring you an Iowa legislator seeking more information before signing off on a bill to cut solar compensation, solar and wind entering their 3rd phase, and a bill to move prisons and university classrooms to solar.
Actually, contrary to the title of this article, there is no MB today, nothing happened. Carry on with your day.
April Fools! I know, that was horrible, but it’d be even more horrible to not attempt a stupid joke today. As for today’s pvMB, we’ll be looking at a 6.9 MW project proposed in Orchard Park, New York, Clearway’s plan to construct 185 MW in Oahu, Quickmount PV expanding to the East Coast and everything else to get your Monday started.
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