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Beauty in design: Five solar PV projects that caught our eye in 2021

Solar PV comes in many forms, and can be built with aesthetics in mind. pv magazine reviews some of the best-looking solar designs in 2021.

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U.S. residential solar trends, 2021

In 2021, residential solar reached several milestones and extreme weather raised customer interest in home energy storage systems.

‘Advocacy needs a seat at the table’: Adam Browning reflects on 20 years of solar work

Vote Solar’s co-founder sat down with pv magazine to reflect on the organization’s origins, accomplishments, and why he’s confident it will flourish even without him.

Editorial leadership changes at pv magazine USA

Eric Wesoff becomes Emeritus Editor and David Wagman joins as Senior Editor U.S.

The U.S. installed more microgrids in 2019 than ever before

While then vast majority of microgrid projects are still for distributed fossil generation, the share of renewable microgrids is rising, driven by high-volume adopters, like The Red Cross.

20% of all US energy consumed in 2019 was from non-fossil generation

According to the most recent EIA Monthly Energy Review, non-fossil generation sources accounted for 20% of all energy consumed in 2019, the highest mark in history.

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Renewable energy in the US surpassed coal for first time in more than a century

The coal era is officially over in the United States. Not since 1885, when coal replaced wood, have renewables taken the lead.

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Section 201, the sequel: what will come of the solar tariffs?

With the impending mid-term review of the Section 201 tariffs, Tony Clifford of Standard Solar examines the outcomes brought about thus far by the tariffs, the health of the solar industry and the how pricing has been affected.

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You can’t kill the solar industry — and all attempts just make us stronger

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Tony Clifford of Standard Solar highlights the indomitable spirit of the solar industry, passing and thriving in the face of all hurdles with Olympic effectivity.

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#Solar100’s Emily Rogers, Zadie Oleksiw, and Jamie Nolan: solar’s communications experts

In this special edition #Solar100, kWh Analytics’ Sarah Matsui speaks with three solar communications experts, Vote Solar’s Zadie Oleksiw, Norton Rose Fulbright’s Emily Rogers, and Nolan Strategic Communications’ Jamie Nolan.

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