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NARUC approves final DER rate-design manual

Under consideration for more than a year, the final suggestions by the national regulators group offers suggestions and guidance on solar rate design

EnergySage begins offering loan products directly

While installers on the company’s online solar marketplace had previously offered loans, EnergySage will now being offering loans directly from three providers.

Bill for massive coal, nuclear bailout, residential demand charges introduced in Illinois

SB2814 would introduce demand charges for residential customers, and could drown out new renewables in the state.

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GTM Research: Purchases to overtake third-party residential solar in 2017

GTM Research expects the declining market share of residential solar leasing and power purchase agreements to continue in coming years, with loans and direct purchases overtaking third-party solar as the dominant market in 2017.

sPower closes on $434 million in financing for California solar projects

The text equity and debt will support 183 MW-DC of solar in Kern County

SolarWorld Q3 revenue contracts

Revenue of $220 million is below both Q2 2016 and Q3 2015 despite a slight shipment increase year-on-year. SolarWorld has cut production volume and staff in the third quarter as it prepares for Q4.

Cypress Creek Renewables snatches up FLS Energy

The California-based solar developer is strengthening its presence in the Carolinas, as well as its EPC offerings.

Dear solar communicators: Under Trump, our work is more important than ever

He, Congress, and state and local officials must realize that voters want energy independence and energy security as well as more clean energy, clean air and more good-paying jobs.

Calling all installers: EnergySage & pv magazine 2016 Installer Survey

pv magazine has joined forces with EnergySage to drill down on the residential and C&I solar markets – and we’d love to get your perspective.

SunPower results improve during Q3

SunPower reported impressive operational results, but continued losses and warned of impacts over the next few quarters as it copes with intense module price pressures.

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