Commercial & Industrial PV

Distributed energy, with fewer wires

A SEIA white paper describes the concept of non-wire solutions and how this innovation can boost solar PV and other distributed energy resources.

Solar and wind can safely replace coal in Southern Illinois

A study sponsored by NRDC and Sierra Club finds that old coal plants can be retired and safely replaced by solar and other resources, which will reduce pollution and save money for utility customers

Details of the changes in Connecticut: An interview with Vote Solar

In this interview pv magazine speaks with Vote Solar Northeast Regional Director Sean Garren about the new legislation which has passed both houses of the Connecticut legislature, and what to expect now.

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Connecticut dismantles net metering

Legislation to destroy the economics of distributed solar has passed the House 100-45, and will now go the governor – who introduced the bill.

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Onyx Renewables gets funding for 80 MW of C&I + small utility solar power

CIT Group and RBC Capital worked together to fund the portfolio of projects spread across six states, with half the capacity in California and Arizona and the other half in the northeast.

kWh Analytics tracks $8 billion in U.S. solar deals so far in 2018

The Spring DealFlow report from kWh Analytics highlighted 17 Asset Transactions and 19 Asset Financings deals year to date.

Open Energy dedicates $50 million to commercial solar power finance

Open Energy’s program funds projects costing between $250,000 and $2 million. The capital lease program hopes to finance 70 MW of projects through the end of this year.

Bill to increase system sizes for net metering advances in New Hampshire

The bill to allow PV systems up to 5 MW in capacity to participate in net metering has been reported out of committee and will now go to a vote of the full House, it’s last stop before the desk of Governor Sununu.

Commercial solar power strategically sited in San Diego

Clean Coalition, NREL and City of San Diego are working on solar siting and designing a feed-in-tariff program to drive grid resilience via distributed solar power.

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Walmart to host solar power on 130 more sites

The world’s largest retailer has slipped in recent rankings, but is planning to pursue more solar, both at its facilities and through third-party purchases of power.

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