Markets & Policy

National Grid dives into renewable energy development

The Anglo-American company is the latest utility to enter the utility-scale solar and wind development space by closing on its acquisition of Geronimo Energy.

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#Solar100’s Amy Harder: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the (Energy) Galaxy

In this #Solar100 Interview, Richard Matsui, Founder & CEO of kWh Analytics, speaks with Amy Harder, energy and climate change reporter for Axios.

Duke wants to tax the sun

Duke Energy is seeking an “Integration Services Charge” on solar projects in North Carolina of 0.11¢/kWh to 0.24¢/kWh, with future pricing increases of almost 300%. The utility offers an out, if developers integrate energy storage.

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Sunnova launches $300-350 million IPO

Sunnova has put some numbers on how much it expects to raise as it goes public.

New Republic & Gizmodo to hold presidential climate forum, solar co-op for Florida beach towns: pvMB 7/15/19

Welcome back from your weekend and into the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Solar Star’s negative Fitch rating, Athol, Massachusetts’ moratorium on solar, JinkoSolar winning a leadership award… and more!

REC Silicon lays off 100 at Washington polysilicon plant

Polysilicon maker REC Silicon has announced that it will lay off another 100 workers at its Moses Lake facility in Washington State, as the factory heads into long term shutdown.

A pocket chart to maximize solar power deployment

Researchers have built a matrix outlining how solar power in various deployment models generates benefits greater than just clean electricity. This will help policy makers maximize energy decisions with limited resources.

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Summit Ridge to build 75 MW of Illinois community solar, Spruce acquires residential assets: pvMB 07/12/19

In today’s pvMB we also bring you Tri-State seeking federal oversight, TEP’s long-term plan, SMA’s new North America service center and more…

A dream of distributed generation powering New Jersey

Gridworks, GridLab and the Center for Renewables Integration have authored a paper which outlines the benefits of and necessary steps to most effectively power the state’s 100% clean energy target with distributed energy resources.

Cypress Creek to quit EPC business, diversify development

The developer’s new “Go Forward” strategy focuses on development in wholesale markets, diversification beyond PURPA contracts and a wider national reach.

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