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You can’t ignore it anymore: An interview with GTM Research’s Cory Honeyman

In this exclusive interview with pv magazine, GTM Research Associate Director of U.S. Solar Cory Honeyman give his perspective on what today’s ruling by the ITC means – and where we are headed now.

Four U.S. governors urge ITC to reject the Suniva/SolarWorld petition

Only a day before the decision, four governors from leading solar states expressed their opposition to the Section 201 trade case. But will political pressure be enough?

Citigroup to go 100% renewable by 2020

The commitment by the 4th-largest bank in the United States follows on an earlier sustainable economy financing commitment

Section 201: Abigail Hopper on SEIA’s fight against the trade case (video)

This exclusive interview from the SPI trade show explores how SEIA under Abigail Hopper has come out hard and strong against the Section 201 trade case – and what she plans to do in the event of an injury finding.

Miltary vets beg USITC to dismiss trade petition

Arguing that a decision in favor of Suniva/SolarWorld could impair military readiness and resiliency, 14 former military personnel sent a letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission yesterday asking them to dismiss the Section 201 trade complaint.

Denver Housing Authority to launch low-income community solar program

A planned 2 MW plant will be the nation’s first community solar project owned by a housing authority.

Why the trade petition is hurting solar financing—and what can save it

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Standard Solar President and CEO Scott Wiater talks about adaptation strategies for solar companies struggling with financing due to the uncertainty caused by the Section 201 investigation.

SEIA to the USITC: ‘What’s next?’ as Suniva/SolarWorld decision looms

In a letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission, the national solar association argues the two petitioners have no plan to be functional module manufacturers even if they’re provided “global safeguard relief.”

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Trackers dominate U.S. utility-scale solar (w/charts)

Among the many findings in a recent report by Lawrence Berkeley National Labs is that 79% of new U.S. utility-scale solar capacity in 2016 involved tracking systems.

Renewables trouncing nuclear, report shows

Global nuclear power generation increased by 1.4%, whereas solar power output grew by 30% and wind by 16% in 2016, with all renewables representing 62% of global power generating capacity additions, finds the 2017 World Nuclear Industry Status Report.

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