Commercial & Industrial PV

Solar for All is open for business

Illinois has published key documents and is taking applications for the program, which incentivizes solar for low-income residents, areas that have suffered from pollution and non-profits.

A 7th grader’s prize-winning solar project, Canadian Solar secures $50 Million: pvMB 5/16/19

Hello one and all to the Thursday edition of the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Anheuser-Busch’s new 2.7 MW solar system at its New York brewery, Pivot’s awarding of 11 community solar projects in Illinois, Recurrent Energy selling its Mustang plant and more!

San Francisco to bid on PG&E, the Colts go solar: pvMB 5/15/19

Hello and welcome to your hump day pvMB. Today we’ll be checking out EVGo breaking ground on a new Virginia fast-charging hub, Cool Earth Solar getting Sunpower’s Dealer of the Year award SPI’s new agriculture company and looming 5 MW project and much, much more. Buckle up!

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Walmart signs a platoon of purchase agreements

In one of the largest contracts—by sheer volume of projects—pv magazine has ever seen, the retail giant is making strides on its goal of going 50% renewable by 2025.

Solar-powered hydrogen and dumplings: pvMB 4/30/19

Hello and welcome to this morning’s edition of the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Nexamp winning six community solar projects in Illinois, FTC Solar supplying 30 MW of trackers in Oregon, SFPUC’s clean power milestone and everything you need to take on today in the solar industry.

South Carolina to get its biggest solar plant yet, pig farmers for solar: pvMB 04/25/19

Welcome to the pvMB. Today we also bring you the world’s largest furniture maker putting solar on 10 of its buildings, star energy reporter Gavin Bade moving on to Politico, and a new PV/hot water and space heating controller.

SMUD withdraws anti-solar Grid Access Charge

The municipal utility has withdrawn its controversial charge and says it will launch a separate stakeholder process to examine ways to alter its rate design, but is still claiming that other ratepayers are subsidizing solar.

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Idaho Power tries to shut down net metering (again)

The utility is dredging up the trope of the cost shift as it plans for 100% “clean” electricity – on its terms.

The Solar Bill of Rights passes its first hurdle

The California Senate Energy Committee has given its 11-0 blessing to a bill enshrining in law the right of citizens to generate their own electricity and participate in wholesale power markets.

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Report shows LADWP’s lag in solar deployment

While California cities (and Honolulu) lead Environment America’s list of solar cities, Los Angeles doesn’t make the top ten in terms of watts per capita.

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