Nautilus acquires 6.6 MW community solar project in Prince George’s County

The project on several sites on a landfill will become the second made available to community solar customers of PEPCO’s Maryland service area.

EnergySage finds $236 million tax on solar due to Section 201 tariffs

The online solar marketplace describes the tariffs as a tax on solar, and notes that both the finding of injury and the tariffs themselves drove up prices.


300 MW solar plant planned outside Columbus, Ohio

Hecate Energy’s project dwarfs the state’s entire installed capacity so far. If approved, this and a handful of large projects proposed would skyrocket Ohio up the U.S. rankings for installed capacity.

EDF Renewables acquires 50% stake in EnterSolar

The acquisition will serve as a marriage between EDF’s established solar+storage expertise and EnterSolar’s history of C&I project development.

Unprecedented landfill solar project completed in Maryland

An 18 MW project developed by Building Energy has turned otherwise unusable land into enough generation to power 12% of the city of Annapolis.

Five Texas munis partner to add 500 MW of solar

The projects would be a first for all but one of these utilities, as publicly-owned power companies continue to lead Texas’ solar charge.


The solar sponge: shifting demand to soak up production

A new report by the Smart Electric Power Association argues that a process called reverse demand response can allow utilities to minimize curtailment of solar while simultaneously lowering power prices.


Lyft goes carbon-neutral and 100% renewable

The company has committed to buying carbon offsets and RECs to create an entirely carbon-neutral rideshare service.


125 MW solar project proposed in Virginia

Community Energy will add fuel to the fire in a state that has a number of large-scale projects underway.

SRP approves $50k donation to fight Arizona RPS initiative

The board of the Arizona utility has approved a $50k donation to fight a ballot initiative to move the state to 50% renewable electricity by 2030, even though SRP would not be directly subject to the mandate.

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