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New York’s REV process: More questions than answers

Progress is slow in terms of concrete details in New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative, but some of that may be inevitable.

California regulators deny challenges to net metering

Requests for a re-hearing filed by the state’s three large investor-owned utilities have been denied.

GameChange Solar caps Massachusetts landfills with 17 MW

GameChange Solar provided precast ballasted PV ground systems installed on five landfills in Massachusetts.

TerraForm Global clears way for sale of SunEdison India and Uruguay assets

SunEdison yieldco has consented to the third party sale of the bankrupt clean energy developer’s 425 MW Indian solar portfolio and further assets in Uruguay. Firm will receive a portion of the proceeds.

SoCore outlines deal to buy 22 SunEdison projects in Minnesota

In a filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York, the president of SoCore Energy discussed the nearly $80 million deal.

First Presidential Debate: Candidates spar over solar energy

pv magazine USA presents a news analysis of the role solar energy played in the first presidential debate.

SunPower subsidiary suing SolarCity for IP theft

Case by Cogenra Solar and Khosla Ventures filed in San Francisco yesterday accuses SolarCity and its subsidiary Silevo of misappropriating trade secrets concerning shingling technology. SolarCity refutes case, and alleges trade-secret theft of SunPower employee.

New York City sets new goals for solar and energy storage

In addition to the new 1 GW for solar target and the 100 MWh storage goal, the De Blasio administration is claiming significant reforms at Department of Buildings.

Massachusetts reveals draft of new solar incentive program

The proposed policy to follow SREC-2 will feature a bonus paid per kilowatt-hour delivered, through a declining block grant schedule. Details have not been finalized at this time.

200 MW Tranquility solar project begins operation in California

The huge utility-scale site was developed by Canadian Solar subsidiary Recurrent Energy and is majority owned by U.S. utility Southern Power, representing a rare new PV development of this scale in the U.S. as the trend shifts away from such large solar constructions.

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