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The fourth act of Connecticut RPS melodrama to close soon

A coalition of environmental groups filed an amicus brief with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in effort to bat away the fourth challenge to Connecticut’s solar subsidy program

Is SEIA PAC out of step with the industry?

The solar industry’s primary political-action committee gave 60 percent of its money to Republicans in 2016 — including at least five well-known Climate-Change deniers

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BNEF: Betting on residual value is putting solar projects at risk

A research note from Bloomberg New Energy Finance warns of the danger to the latest wave of utility-scale projects with short power contracts at low prices.

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Solar FlexRack Gains Tracker Bankability Study

Black & Veatch has completed a technical study of the TDP Turnkey tracker for design, reliability, durability, installation, operations and maintenance.

EnergySage wisely enters community solar

The solar market’s leading online marketplace moves beyond residential solar to benefit from a market expected to encompass have of distributed PV installations by 2020

NRG closes on 1.5 GW-AC of SunEdison wind, solar assets

The acquisition includes utility-scale solar projects in Utah, Texas and Hawaii as well as 29 MW of distributed solar in four states.

Skytron Energy chosen by Sonnedix to monitor 57.6 MW Puerto Rican solar plant

The German-based tech group has been commissioned by the EPC to provide monitoring and supervision technology to the Oriana solar plant, which is the largest in the Caribbean.

Solar+storage cuts Vermont utility grid charge by $200,000

A recently completed solar+storage project at Green Mountain Power’s Stafford Hill Solar Farm project shaved enough August peak energy use that Green Mountain Power is saving $200,000 from its annual bill from the New England grid operator.

Make Solar Great Again

In the most recent election, Populist candidates issued thinly veiled calls to return to an America that makes tangible goods. But can solar be part of a manufacturing renaissance in the United States? And what would be needed to make solar in America?

BREAKING: Demand charges removed from Illinois nuke bailout bill

The move follows the governor’s office calling such charges “insane”. The provision to eliminate net metering has also been removed, as well as subsidies for coal-fired power plants.

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