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Installer survey finds robust competition in the U.S. market

Energy Sage’s annual survey conducted in collaboration with pv magazine also finds third-party solar options to be relatively unpopular

SMA’s yearly financials show record sales output, but a drop in revenues

Last year was a goody for German solar inverter manufacturer, by posting recording breaking sales figures alongside a rise in EBIT, however, the increase in price pressure in 2016 saw revenues fall, while this trend is expected to continue in 2017.

Georgia Power reaches 846 MW of solar PV

The Deep South utility has agreed to build 1.6 GW of renewable energy by 2021

New Hampshire PUC staff suggests net-metering tweaks

The state’s public utilities commission staff recommended four minor tweaks to the net-metering programs, but said the utility had not proven its cost-shifting case to its satisfaction and asked utilities to gather more data before final rates can be determined.

Eurus Energy finishes 27.6 MW in Hawaii

The Tokyo-based renewables developer completed the project last week in Waianae, on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. It is the company’s second biggest utility-scale PV array in the U.S.

SMUD to buy power from 60 MW-AC Recurrent project for community solar program

The Tranquility 8 Verde project in Central California will provide electricity to customers of Sacramento’s public utility who participate in its Solar Shares program.

Aquion Energy Named “North American Company of the Year” by Cleantech

Aquion Energy announced today it has been selected for the North American Company of the Year Award by the Cleantech Group, for its proprietary Aqueous Hybrid Ion (AHI) batteries and battery systems for long-duration, stationary energy storage applications.

Eos & Siemens launch utility-scale storage partnership

Storage specialist Eos Energy this week announced a partnership with Siemens to integrate, install and service large-scale energy storage solutions.

Mercom: Battery storage funding shifts to deployment

The latest report by Mercom Capital shows that while debt and public market financing for battery storage companies declined in 2016, that battery storage project funds raised $820 million during the year.

BayWa sells 47 MW of solar plants to PSE&G Solar Source

New Jersey-based utility Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) is branching out its solar acquisition portfolio, by acquiring two utility-scale PV plants from BayWa r.e. in North Carolina, through its subsidiary PSEG Solar Source.

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