The latest reports by ERCOT estimates that the state will add nearly 900 MW of utility-scale solar this year, as renewables continue to replace older fossil fuel plants.
SEIA’s Dave Gahl points out that Massachusetts’s significant solar market momentum is in danger from overly conservative net metering caps, an issue which has never been adequately addressed.
Minnesota installed 203 MW-DC of solar during the first quarter, adding to 207 MW deployed in 2016. The state is expecting to reach more than 800 MW of installed capacity by the end of this year.
Latest market data from analysts shows that Huawei shipped the most inverters last year, followed by Sungrow, while SMA, Huawei and SolarEdge pulled in the most revenue worldwide.
SB 692 has passed the California Senate. Clean Coalition says the bill would assign transmission access charges more fairly for distributed solar.
The power giant’s plans to buy the project from Cypress Creek add to its utility arm’s ambition to sign contracts with 950 MW of solar projects in the state by 2021.
pv magazine USA brings you the latest from Yann Brandt’s EnergyWakeup podcast, featuring a conversation with COSEIA Executive Director Rebecca Cantwell on the organization’s ongoing work including the historic settlement with Xcel Energy.
Solar advocates, who worked tirelessly to pass Amendment 4 last year, are one step away from finally seeing their hard work pay off. SB 90 passed the Senate yesterday, so now it’s on to the governor’s desk for his signature.
The projects are expected to begin construction in May 2017, as Duke chafes under the growing PURPA pipeline in the state.
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