Local solar at the heart of Cleveland’s 100% renewable energy goal

The Midwestern city is looking to put community solar on vacant and contaminated land and making it easier for residents and business to go solar, as well as employing community choice aggregation.

GIP launches renewable energy developer, acquires 4.7 GW of SunPower assets

Clearway Energy Group has been formed from NRG’s renewable energy businesses and SunPower’s project pipeline.

Minnesota community solar reaches 400 MW milestone

By adding over 100 MW in the last 5 months, the nation’s leading community solar program keeps growing, with no signs of slowing down.


Mitsubishi buys controlling stake in Nexamp

The acquisition of a share in Nexamp follows on Mitsubishi’s acquisition of BETM, which the company says will serve as the foundation for nationwide clean energy push.

2018 National Solar Tour of Homes largest in event’s history

With over 400 participants, the 2018 National Solar Tour of Homes has blossomed under a partnership between Solar United Neighbors and the American Solar Energy Society.

21 MW community solar program launched in Maryland

CleanChoice Energy’s new program will provide access to community solar for PEPCO and Baltimore Gas and Electric customers, as a part of the new Maryland Community Solar Pilot Program.

Illinois solar program continues to develop, solar job numbers begin to grow

The Illinois Power Agency has added more administrative components to its website, while job training continues and hiring picks up.

New York recommends “stopgap” measures to modify solar compensation

Two white papers issued by state regulators call for modifying the Value of Distributed Energy Resources calculation and increasing credits available for community solar projects. SEIA describes this as “forward progress”.

Rural electric cooperatives are becoming a gigawatt PV market

A report issued by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association shows rapid PV growth in less than a decade in co-ops.

Duke launches community solar in South Carolina

The new program aims to to attract low-income participants, and comes as net metering caps are reached in the state.

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