To close a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad quarter, the troubled company saw its CEO resign, came to an agreement with a creditor and finally got around to paying (part of) its rent.
The announcement builds on Albuquerque’s commitment to get 25% of its energy from solar by 2025.
The California Energy Commission provided grants last week for further study on the rearing methods of Mojave Desert tortoises and various grid-scale battery storage technologies as part of an effort to proliferate utility-scale solar projects in the state.
A new report finds that the nation’s capital has the ability to host up to 2.5 GW of rooftop solar potential and looks at ways to reach that potential.
The U.S. development unit of the Japanese CIS thin-film manufacturer has completed the sale of the 40 MW-DC Midway II project in California.
Ice Energy expects to deploy up to 1,800 Ice Bear systems to C&I customers and a municipality in Orange County.
Arizona’s largest investor-owned utility says the next 15 years will include significant increases in solar production, battery storage products and significant reductions in coal-fired production plants.
Data collected by a Department of Energy Sunshot Initiative funded startup joined forces with realty firm Redfin and found homes in the Northeast with solar panels sold for an average of nearly $99,000 more than those without them.
Demand Energy’s project at the Marcus Garvey Village in Brooklyn is the city’s first approval of lithium-ion batteries for a multifamily site.
Despite a significant slowdown in a two-year rooftop solar installations, which left NV Energy as essentially the state’s only solar option, the utility reached its legislatively mandated 20% level of renewable energy production last year.
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