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North Carolina looks nationwide for its “Clean Energy Plan” guidance

As required by Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 80, the state has released a draft report of policy and action recommendations to help clean the electric grid – including a recommendation to decarbonize power by 2050.

pvMB: Pennsylvania’s new RPS has 100 cosponsors, Utah’s hidden solar potential, more

Hello one and all and welcome to today’s pvMB. On this fine day we’ll be looking at Marin Clean Energy’s $2.8 million net metering paybacks, Utah’s hidden solar potential, Standard Solar’s new community solar e-book and more!

Consumers Energy looks to settle its PURPA constipation

The company has filed a settlement with state regulators that would clear its 3 GW interconnection queue in exchange for the development of 150 MW of renewable energy annually.

Trina cells on a championship solar car, LONGi achieves highest bankability rating: pvMB 8/12/19

Happy Monday and welcome to this edition of the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Engie’s storage installation for a school district, Virginia’s Fairfax County seeking solar and more!

SOMAH reaches capacity on launch day

90% of the available capacity and funding under year one of California’s Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing program has been applied for, with waitlists growing by the hour.

Organic Valley goes 100% renewable like nobody has before

With a commitment beyond the company’s own needs, Organic Valley has partnered with OneEnergy Renewables and 13 municipal utilities to bring 32 MW of solar to the Badger State.

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Duke keeps rolling in 2019 with a strong second quarter

Duke Energy’s financial results for Q2 2019 results show strong earnings, driven partially by the exponential year-to-year growth of the commercial renewables sector, as well as a short-term forecast of PV development.

California city seeks “community microgrid” to defend against fire season

Calistoga, California has begun a feasibility analysis with Clean Coalition to build a “community microgrid” to power the city during times of high fire danger when PG&E proactively shuts off its power.

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The next two weeks will determine PG&E’s future

A federal judge has given California officials until August 7 to review third-party proposals for the revival, reconstruction and potential takeover of Pacific Gas And Electric. The maligned utility filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in January, facing roughly $30 billion in wildfire-related insurance claims.

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The people vs. HB 6, Con Edison reaches 250 MW installed: pvMB 7/25/19

Two things are absolutley certain right now. It’s Thursday and you’re reading the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Independent developers dominating the NC solar auction, Sunnova announcing share prices, the very cool LightSail 2 spacecraft and more!

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