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California NEM 3.0 revisited, Commission seeks industry feedback

After heavy protest to the proposed solar net metering rates and fees, the CPUC now seeks comment on how an equitable, environmentally-sound, and economically beneficial structure can be created.


S-5! launches electrical conduit clamp for solar on metal roofs

The CanDuit clamp works with any other S-5! clamp or bracket to secure and support conduit for wire management for PV systems on metal roofs.

50 states of solar incentives: Massachusetts

The pv magazine tour of solar incentives takes us to Massachusetts, a wellspring of clean energy innovation at both the technological and policy levels.

D.C. is outpacing its own solar goals, for now

The District’s 2021 RPS Compliance Report shows a significant expansion of RPS-certified solar facilities, with capacity additions outpacing program mandates.

Rice University architecture students design affordable dwelling that will operate as part of a synchronized solar and battery plant

Sustainable and affordable home modeled after a Texan Dogtrot home to be built in Houston through PearlX and Rice University partnership.


Sunrise brief: Over 500 solar installers share their views of the US solar industry

Also on the rise: Using soot from biomass for solar thermal absorption. On Saturday April 1, 2022, California was 100% powered by renewables for the first time. California Governor calls on DOC to end anti-circumvention investigation but DOC says it can’t. Milwaukee startup claims hydrogen output for $0.85/kg or less via new water vapor electrolyzer.


Lack of trained workers, ITC uncertainty, supply chain woes cited as challenges for US solar installers

EnergySage and NABCEP release results of 2021 solar installer survey, which shed light on the impact of supply chain and policy challenges.


Anti-rooftop solar bill vetoed: An industry reacts

The veto has received unanimous bipartisan support.


Breaking: Florida Governor vetoes anti-rooftop solar bill

As renewable energy and energy freedom advocates rejoice, the bill will go back to the legislature, where it initially passed with 68% of the total vote.


SEIA cuts solar deployment forecast 46% in light of anti-circumvention investigation

The newest update to the organization’s survey for solar workers and companies shows increasingly drastic outcomes for the solar industry if tariffs are imposed on the countries under investigation.


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