6 GW for New York by 2025, PG&E keeps paying: pvMB 11/27/19

Hello one and all and because we won’t be around to say it tomorrow, Happy Thanksgiving! Today, however, we’ve got ConncetGen’s new CEO, Brownfields in Minnesota and more!

Montana maintains net metering (for now)

In the first general rate case in 10 years, Montana regulators have rejected NorthWestern Energy’s proposal to change the way net metering customers would be charged. Would these charges have been as catastrophic as they seem?


ASU secures SETO awards, Facebook buying more big solar: pvMB 11/26/19

Hello and welcome to your Tuesday before Thanksgiving MB where we will be looking at the acceleration of wind and solar adoption, inverter/plant restoration and net metering saved in Wyoming.


Massive municipal solar for Cincinnati, Ford’s Mach E: pvMB 11/25/19

Hello and welcome to this monday MB you wonderful people. Today we’ll be looking at Alaska’s largest solar installation, AltaGas adding Megapacks, Constellation acquiring most of Agera Energy’s customers.

Springbok foreshadows Capital Dynamics upcoming development dominance

The 450 MWdc cluster is finally fully operational in California, heralding the start of a Capital Dynamics project pipeline that encompasses multiple GW across the utility and C&I spaces.

Ohio now knows what Ohio needs – and it isn’t solar

Regulators in Ohio have Ohio have rejected American Electric Power’s bid to “rate base” its customers for 400 MW of new solar, deeming the generation was not needed.


Are airport installations the next big trend in solar?

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has announced plans to construct a 13 MW solar installation at JFK airport, accompanied by a 7.5 MWh storage system. On a larger scale, more and more airports across the country are realizing the opportunities solar brings.


NextEnergy buys big in North Carolina, project proposals flood Hawaii: pvMB 11/21/19

Hello one and all and welcome to your morning brief! Today we’ve got a grid modeling webinar, fertilizer created by solar, Sungrow storage in Florida and more!

Solar bridges the political divide

A study released by nature energy has found that residential solar installations are dispersed nearly equivalently among democrats and republicans and that solar households are more politically active than their generation-naked neighbors.

Changing climate, changing laws: addressing new wildfire risk requirements in project development

in this op-ed for pv magazine, David Lazerwitz and Linda Sobczynski of Farella Braun + Martel examine the levels of precaution necessary to ensure fire risk mitigation in project development.

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