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The inmates have taken over the asylum: BNEF The Future of Energy Summit kicks off in New York

An interview with professional climate denier Myron Ebell, along with Kevin de León and Debbie Dooley shaking hands were among the top moments from the opening of the 2017 BNEF Future of Energy summit.

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Breaking new ground

Central America’s solar boom: Central American nations have emerged from obscurity to a leading role in the deployment and integration of large amounts of renewable energy. But the Energy Transition in this region is just beginning.

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Wide landscape of solar loan providers in EnergySage market report (w/ charts)

As loans increasingly replace third party solar as the dominant business model for residential solar, the landscape of loan providers is also growing more diverse.

Getting ready for terawatts of solar (with charts)

Researchers from NREL, Fraunhofer ISE and Japan’s AIST have released a new paper which looks at the barriers to deploying multiple terawatts of solar PV and what can be done to overcome them.

Report: Middle-income homeowners make up 70% of solar customers (with 3 critical charts)

In the four states that make up 65% of residential solar installations, most households have incomes between $45,000 and $150,000, new research from GTM Research and PowerScout reveals.

EnergyWakeup: Standard Solar’s Tony Clifford talks policy and business

As cooperation with SolarWakeup, pv magazine USA brings you a podcast by EnergyWakeup featuring Standard Solar’s Tony Clifford, who talks about SEIA, the acquisition of his company by Gaz Metro, and more.

LG Chem launches U.S. residential battery lines

The Korean conglomerate is making its first foray into the U.S. market, including a partnership with Sunrun to deploy its energy storage solutions.

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NEXTracker retains top spot among tracker makers

Figures released by GTM Research show that U.S.-based NEXTracker remained the global market leader for the second year running, although Indian and Chinese suppliers gained major headway as the market continues to globalize.

Microsoft to bypass PSE, buy renewables on the wholesale market in Washington

The tech giant has agreed to pay $24 million to the utility for the pleasure of circumventing its role.

Real estate constraints, finance are key problems for rooftop solar in Washington D.C.

A new report finds that the nation’s capital has the ability to host up to 2.5 GW of rooftop solar potential and looks at ways to reach that potential.

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