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Midwest solar markets: An interview with Sean Gallagher

Sean Gallagher of SEIA comments on the burgeoning regional solar market at the Solar Midwest conference in Chicago.

Georgia Power to open community solar program in January

The 3 MW program which opens in January offers a share in solar – for a remarkably steep price.


Report: SunPower raises $53 million for residential financing

The panel manufacturer latest round of funding follows on its October 5 announcement of a $140 million funding agreement with True Green Capital Management for commercial projects in five states.

Recurrent Energy puts 71 MW-AC of solar online in North Carolina

The plant is one of the largest solar projects east of the Mississippi, adding further to the installed base of the No. 2 state for solar.

The importance of grid resilience during severe storm conditions

In this op-ed, AES Energy Storage underscores the role that battery storage can play in making grids more secure and resilient during and after disasters.


Are solar panels worth it?

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Solar Reviews CEO Andrew Sendy looks at return on investment for residential solar in various cities with very different levels of electricity costs.


FPL is halfway to installing 2.5 million solar modules

The Sunshine State’s largest utility has installed 1.25 million panels so far on eight utility-scale solar plants it currently has under construction and expects to meet its goal by early 2018

Iowa lights way to a solar future as largest solar garden comes online

Known more for its wind than its solar resources, Alliant Energy Iowa has brought a 6.2 MW solar project online.

Jacksonville utility dismantles net metering while pursuing utility-scale solar

Florida’s largest electric utility has sprung an overhaul of its net metering policy on consumers while launching a program to procure an additional 250 MW of utility-scale solar and provide subsidies for customers to install batteries.


Utilities step up attempts to increase fixed charges, minimum bills

The latest report by North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center shows that utilities are trying the same tactics to gain more revenue from and/or stop their customers from going solar. But their success rate has not changed.

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