On Friday, the former fossil-fuel favoring governor ordered a study to see whether solar and wind development is making the electricity grid less stable.
The announcement builds on Albuquerque’s commitment to get 25% of its energy from solar by 2025.
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.
The U.S. development unit of the Japanese CIS thin-film manufacturer has completed the sale of the 40 MW-DC Midway II project in California.
The dominoes are starting to fall solar’s way, as the Utah capital committed to producing all of its electricity from renewable sources in 15 years, joining an ever-growing group of cities who have already done so.
Increasing demand for solar power in China has prompted analysts to boost their 2017 estimates, forecasting an increase of more than 9% this year, with the annual global market reaching 85 GW.
HECO has identified space for 2,800 rooftop PV systems under a previously closed program that allows customers to export to the grid.
Arizona’s largest investor-owned utility says the next 15 years will include significant increases in solar production, battery storage products and significant reductions in coal-fired production plants.
If signed by the governor, two bills will provide tax credits for energy storage systems and study methods to increase storage deployment.
Despite a significant slowdown in a two-year rooftop solar installations, which left NV Energy as essentially the state’s only solar option, the utility reached its legislatively mandated 20% level of renewable energy production last year.
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