The Battle Born State may finally be seeing its two-year battle over net metering coming to an end – and rooftop installers, as well as residential and commercial/industrial customers should be pleased.
Yesterday, the energy and automobile giant rolled the dice on its biggest solar gamble yet, giving U.S. homeowners the opportunity to reserve its new roofing product for a downpayment of $1,000.
A $500 million commitment from Technology Credit Union is the latest sign of growth in the residential solar loan space.
Like other large third-party solar companies Vivint is increasingly moving away from the leasing model to direct sales.
The national solar installer and U.S.-based storage solutions provider have teamed up to bring energy-storage systems to California homeowners.
SEIA’s Dave Gahl points out that Massachusetts’s significant solar market momentum is in danger from overly conservative net metering caps, an issue which has never been adequately addressed.
Latest market data from analysts shows that Huawei shipped the most inverters last year, followed by Sungrow, while SMA, Huawei and SolarEdge pulled in the most revenue worldwide.
A new study by E Source, a “market research” firm that has been telling utilities what they want to hear for 30 years, has outlined a strategy to help utilities win over consumers to utility-scale solar: Tell them half the story.
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