Under the leadership of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, the Puerto Rico Energy Resiliency Working Group (PRERWG) released a 63-page plan to build a more resilient power system for the U.S. territory, following the devastation by two hurricanes earlier this year.
During the first nine months of 2017, Hawaii and Nevada joined California among the club of states that get more than 10% of their power from solar.
In this op-ed Michael Mahon of SMA explores design of energy storage systems, contrasting the advantages and disadvantages of AC vs. DC coupling.
The latest monthly report from the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Agency shows that PV output in the first nine months of 2017 grew 47% over the same period in 2016, with market growth across the nation. PV represented 1.9% of total generation during this period.
The Illinois Power Agency has updated its Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan and filed it with the Illinois Commerce Commission for spring 2018 approval.
The most recent contracts, which still need to be approved by California regulators, are part of their state-mandated goal of adding 580 MW of storage by 2020.
Lawrence Berkeley and Argonne National Laboratories examine the growth of solar, wind and natural gas power plant operations on wholesale power markets and the impact on nuclear and coal generators.
The cash infusion comes at a time when community and commercial solar projects need the money, and more states are looking to expand such programs.
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