Employment

Employment abounds: new board additions at PG&E and a new executive at Western Resource Advocates: pvMB 10/16/19

Hello happy people and welcome to this Wednesday’s pvMB. Today we’ve got community solar in Massachusetts and Maryland, Florida Man trying to evict the sun and more!

We love solar when we don’t have to look at it, SHINE launched in Virginia: pvMB 10/14/19

Hello and welcome to this Columbus/Indigenous Peoples day edition of the pvMB!

ZAF supplies batteries to the Air Force, Standard Solar completes Virginia school projects: pvMB 10/9/19

Hello and welcome to your Hump Day MB. Today we also have new board members at Solaria, and sPower completing 20 MW in California.

TerraForm buys 320 MW, Batteries for trains: pvMB 10/3/19

Hello one an all! It’s Thursday and we have an MB just for you. Today we’ll be looking at Sun Tribe Development naming a CEO, Yotta winning Startup of the Year, Chinese PV makers challenging anti-subsidy rates for PV and more!

Trump administration faces heat over FERC nomination

James Danly has been pinned to be the newest commissioner at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a decision which is causing waves over the nominee’s lack of experience and party affiliation.

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Montgomery County’s rooftop solar mandate, changes at Green Mountain Power: pvMB 10/1/19

Hello all you beautiful people, we’re back from SPI and back with the pvMB. In this first MB of October, we’ll be checking out POWERHOME Solar expanding and hiring in Illinois, BPA entering Western EIM, California reaching a million solar roofs and more!

Feds find Tesla violated labor laws

Administrative Law Judge Amita Baman Tracy has found the company and CEO Elon Musk in violation of the National Labor Relations Act over tweets regarding employee unionization.

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First Solar exits the EPC business

Citing the wild success of its Series 6 module, First Solar has announced that it is closing its engineering, procurement and construction business in the United States in order to concentrate on scaling, developing, and selling modules.

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California’s new, $100 million, low-income solar program

DAC-SASH has been approved, and now GRID Alternatives will have $120 million to work with over the next decade to bring solar power and job training to disadvantaged communities across the state.

SunSystem Tech acquires Power Overhaul, New York puts its largest battery online: pvMB 09/17/19

Today we also bring you Green Mountain Power and Tesla furthering their collaboration, solar veteran Frank DeRosa joining 8minute Solar Energy, and Tesla waiving its “system removal charge” for the month of September.

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