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Great Recession-level economic losses could become reality if climate change left unchecked, research shows

Inequality will widen with many poorer parts of the US on course to see their income reduced by 20% if climate change continues to accelerate.


Trump now says SOLAR will pay for the Mexican wall

First it was Mexico. Then it was the U.S. taxpayer (reimbursed by Mexico). Now President Trump says he’s going to cover the wall in solar panels – generating energy and paying for itself.


NextEra plans deeper moves into solar

The world’s largest wind and solar asset owner has identified opportunities for 9-10 GW of solar as it expands into renewables and away from risky conventional merchant generation.

Cheap gas and renewables are making merchant power untenable (w/ charts)

A new report by Power Research Group and Wilkinson Barker Knauer finds that cheap natural gas, wind and solar make it impossible for merchant plants to recover invested capital, and threaten the basic operation of wholesale power markets.

Optimism and concern at the REFF Wall Street conference

While there were many good indicators at ACORE’s 14th REFF Wall Street conference, there are worries around the Suniva Section 201 trade case.

California’s residential, commercial markets show slight rebound in May (full report here)

OhmHome’s May Solar Index report shows solar permits in the Golden State rose 12% from April, with Arizona close behind with 10% growth.

California regulators to consider clean energy alternatives to gas plant

California’s grid operator has been invited to propose alternatives to a gas peaker plant near Oxnard in Ventura County.


Sunnova snags $1 billion investment in first three months of 2017

Since 2012, the company has raised nearly $2 billion to support its business model of funding projects off its balance sheet.

El Paso Electric’s Community Solar Facility Comes Online

El Paso Electric (EPE) is pleased to announce the commercial operation of its newest solar facility at the EPE Eastside Operations Center Campus in Far East El Paso. This 3,000 kilowatt (kW) facility is home to EPE’s Community Solar Program and is the largest community solar facility in the state of Texas. May 31, 2017 […]

Vivint Solar expands residential PV in Colorado

Vivint Solar has expanded availability of its residential solar energy systems and smart home products in Colorado.

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