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Catholic organizations go solar to save money, and to put faith into practice

Catholic organizations own up to 100,000 buildings in the U.S., as well as land, and Catholic Energies is helping them go solar. “The market is enormous,” said the program’s leader.

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Solar Power International goes all virtual

As Covid-19 cases surge across the country, SPI moves its October trade show from Las Vegas to virtual. 

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Morning Brief: AES expects Fluence to generate $500 million this year, Distributed Solar Development acquires Massachusetts community portfolio

Also in the brief: solar coming to coal country in Pennsylvania, Stellar Solar brings in NBA legend Bill Walton as an advocate for the company and more.

Residential solar customers don’t want the cheapest system in a $20K investment – they want the best one

Customers are willing to pay a premium for a brand name with a strong warranty.

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Energy Jobs: Trump nominates Dems to FERC, Dominion CEO is out, plus SunPower, Engie, Invenergy, SMA, Generate

Executive, career and boardroom moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities and energy VC.

Morning Brief: What the heroin industry can teach us about solar power, plus Illinois community solar

Also in the brief: Joe Biden’s $2 trillion plan, APS details cause of battery fire and explosion

Jigar Shah: Pandemic reveals solar as ‘one of the largest, most trusted industries in the country’

“It’s critical for us to recognize that we are being looked to by everyone from prominent political campaigns to elected officials in your town to provide the necessary economic development to get us out of Covid,” he said.

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Has the International Energy Agency finally improved at forecasting solar growth?

Something strange has happened at the IEA — the agency has finally begun to take solar and other renewables seriously.

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New retail climate bonds category, patterned after WW2 bonds and designed to aid rooftop solar uptake, to debut

All of the proceeds from the $16.1 million issuance will support rooftop solar deployment in Connecticut.

pv magazine’s Roundtables go virtual and reach a global audience

The Covid-19 pandemic featured prominently at this week’s inaugural pv magazine Virtual Roundtables Europe, which took place last week. Not only did the pandemic lead to the virtualization of pv magazine’s established June Roundtables, but it was a big topic in the final session dealing with markets and specifically the further development of power purchase agreements (PPAs) in Europe.

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