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Electric vehicles are cheaper than gas-powered, depending on the state and incentives

Owning an electric vehicle can save drivers thousands of dollars per year, with $6,000 average savings over the vehicle’s lifetime, but the savings is dependent on rebates, state fees, and the cost of gas and electricity.


50 states of solar incentives: Vermont

The pv magazine tour of solar incentives takes us to Vermont, home to aggressive renewable energy mandates and a one of the nation’s most forward-thinking utilities.

Flint Hills Resources to build 45 MW solar project to directly power its refinery

Solar project will lower energy costs and improve energy efficiency for the Upper Midwest’s largest fuel producer.

Go local, be free

Various visions of the disruption that the transition to cleaner, cheaper electricity sources will have on energy markets and supply exist. Critics anticipate expensive chaos, while advocates see a powerful new network emerge. Serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and energy futurist Bill Nussey has put his thoughts together in a new book, Freeing Energy, and pv magazine’s Tim Sylvia met the author to discuss its findings.

Georgia solar association calls for Georgia Power to add 4 GW of near-term solar

Higher natural gas prices call for more near-term solar, said Georgia’s solar trade group in testimony on Georgia Power’s proposed resource plan, adding that a utility cap on rooftop solar should be lifted. Two other groups challenged the utility’s modeling choices.


People on the Move: NYSERDA, PosiGen, Cypress Creek Renewables, and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.

First Resilient Service Station microgrid project completed in Massachusetts

Enel X completed the construction of a microgrid with solar-plus-battery storage to operate the facility and offer EV charging

Solar Alliance to design and build 500 kW solar project in Kentucky

With this signing, Solar Alliance’s backlog of solar projects under contract increases to more than $5 million.

PG&E $11 million pilot programs to accelerate vehicle-to-everything technologies

Pacific Gas & Electric is developing three pilot programs to test how bi-directional EVs and chargers can send power to the grid.


Summit Ridge energizes Montgomery County’s first ground-mount community solar project

The 2.5 MW installation will help the city towards its goal of eliminating greenhouse emissions in its operations by 2035.

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