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Enel, NREL partner on three-year solar vegetation study

By doing the research, the partners hope to discover how solar and plant life interact and find effective ways for solar arrays and agricultural lands to co-exist.

Michigan group starts ballot campaign for 30% by 30 renewable energy

Clean Energy, Healthy Michigan has started collecting signatures to get a constitutional amendment on the ballot in November that would extend the state’s Renewable Energy Standard to 30% by 2030 after the current targets are met in 2021.

37 energy-storage advocates ask Congress for ITC clarification

Saying a lack of definitive rules is causing uncertainty in the market, the group urged the representatives to put energy storage on the same ITC schedule as the solar industry.

Montana lawsuit hopes to halt cuts to the rates paid to IPPs

Montana’s small-scale solar community has filed a lawsuit in a state district court to stop the Montana Public Service Commission from slashing the rates, saying the decision was “arbitrary” and “unreasonable.”

More states use solar plants to protect bumble bee populations

Following dire reports of bee-colony collapses in recent years, at least three new solar sites in Florida and Maryland are trying to provide safe havens for these critical links in the food chain.

#Solar100’s Keith Martin: the Chuck Todd of solar

Richard Matsui, founder of kWh Analytics, speaks with Keith Martin, Co-Head of Projects at Norton Rose Fulbright (formerly Chadbourne).

Montana brings PURPA contract lengths back to 15 years for small projects

State regulators have increased contract lengths for projects up to 3 MW, but most of the changes made when they gutted PURPA last summer remain.

#Solar100’s Jigar Shah: The Kanye West of Solar Finance

Richard Matsui, founder of KWh Analytics, speaks with the well-known and often controversial Jigar Shah.


Xcel claims nation’s largest community solar capacity

The utility says that the more than 139 MW-AC of community solar it has online is the most in the nation; but this is only the beginning.

Indiana’s solar market is still alive, for now

Retail net metering will expire in three tiers, with the first one ending December 31. The bulk of Indiana’s solar market will be in feed-in tariffs, power purchase agreements and utility ownership.

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