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TerraForm Power holds on to SunEdison staff, changes terms on notes

The changes in terms on notes also include a requirement that companies buying up TerraForm stock take over the notes.

Florida initiative to exempt solar from property taxes passes by wide margin

The measure is a first step to lifting significant obstacles to the development of solar in the Sunshine State.

Washington D.C. is not meeting its solar carve-out

Data published by EIA shows that less than half the district’s solar requirement was met in 2015.

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PG&E to open bidding process for 75 MW of shared renewables

The utility is seeking 75 MW of solar and other renewable energy projects from 500 kW to 20 MW in capacity under a new shared renewable energy program.

Virginia puts online its first community solar plant

The 550kW system will serve members of a rural electric cooperative in the Shenandoah Valley, and comes in the absence of state policies for shared renewables.

KEPCO to buy the 30 MW Alamosa CPV plant

The Korean utility giant company has contracted to purchase the largest concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) project in the United States.

Energy Storage North America announces innovation finalists

Energy Storage North America (ESNA), the annual energy storage industry show, has announced the finalists for its 2016 ESNA Innovation Awards, which recognize excellence and impact in energy storage project development.

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Average solar prices in New York State fall to $1.97 per watt after incentives

The second study by Solar to the People finds that incentives cover more than half the cost of the average residential PV system in New York State.

New faces and familiar faces: the pv magazine USA weekly digest

This week saw three new high-profile executive appointments, Berkeley Lab’s annual report showing ongoing solar cost collapses, progress on Tesla’s acquisition of SolarCity, and more.

Vivint Solar expands to Florida

The third-largest distributed solar installer has moved into the Florida market, which currently does not allow power purchase agreements for residential solar.

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