Inspired by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, children are planning on walking out of classes at over 200 locations to protest the lack of meaningful action on climate change.
pv magazine USA sees spring is around the corner, so here’s a fresh Morning Brief, including Fitch downgrading more California Solar and Toyota buying power from solar projects planned in Kentucky.
In this interview SEIA board member and Nexamp CEO Zaid Ashai shares his views on a variety of topics, from community solar to the Green New Deal and the need for a big tent to solve big issues.
Hello and welcome to the Thursday pvMB. Today we’ll be taking a look at the Idaho Senate deeming that home owners associations can’t bar rooftop solar, two former Kentucky coal mines going solar and everything else you need to see today in the world of solar
Happy hump day and welcome to the pv magazine USA morning brief. Today we also bring you a Virginia church installing solar on orders from the Pope and the latest skullduggery from one of our favorite utilities.
The annual, futile attempt to cut funding at DOE and eliminate ARPA-E contains a new twist, all of which is even less likely to happen with a House controlled by the Democratic Party.
A district court has ruled that the bankruptcy court will be where the decisions are made as to what happens to power contracts, ending a push by developers to give FERC a greater say.
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