It’s Thursday and you’re here, which means you’re reading this Thursday’s pvMB. Today we have for you Jefferson County, Washington waiving a $100 solar fee, Vote Solar’s statement on Solar Together and more!
Amidst the looming presence of new changes to the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target, Vote Solar has analyzed the history of Massachusetts solar market and policy, offering tips to help the state recover from volatility and place itself once again as a national solar leader.
Spanning 19 acres, over 17,000 panels and boasting a capacity of 6 MW, the installation on Amazon’s newest fulfillment center is one of the largest in the world.
Happy Wednesday and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ll be checking out Three 10 MW installations coming to Missouri, Baker University’s 1 MW project, a SEIA permit process survey and more!
The utility is looking to raise its monthly minimum utility charge from $10 to $38 under the premise that distributed solar customers represent a “cost shift” to other utility customers.
Hello one and all, hop you enjoyed Labor Day Weekend and welcome back to the pvMB. Today we’ll be taking a look at the health co-benefits of sub-national renewable energy policy in the US, the national solar tour 2019, California ISO data to date and more!
In today’s brief we also bring you a job opportunity at DOE and Turning Point Energy coming to Maine.
We’ve got another great brief for you today, folks, as we’ll be checking out, Intersolar North America and NABCEP’s partnership for the 2020 conference in San Diego, Pivot Energy and Standard Solar partnering on projects in Colorado and more!
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