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Senator Parker Proposes Legislation to Provide Relief to Ratepayers and Reduce Our Carbon Footprint

As the Ranking Democratic Member on the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee, State Senator Kevin Parker has introduced legislation this session focused on saving ratepayers on their energy bills, while reversing the effects of climate change through an increase in the use of renewable energy resources. “New York State has to do more to ensure […]

OneRoof kicks CEO to curb as it settles arbitration case

To close a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad quarter, the troubled company saw its CEO resign, came to an agreement with a creditor and finally got around to paying (part of) its rent.

ReneSola Signs Agreement to Sell 6.75MW of Solar Project in North Carolina

ReneSola Ltd (“ReneSola”) (www.renesola.com) (NYSE: SOL), a leading fully-integrated solar project developer and provider of energy-efficient products, today announced that it signed an agreement to sell its utility-scale project located in North Carolina, United States to New York-based Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company, LLC (“Greebacker”), a publicly registered, non-traded Limited Liability Company focused on investments in […]

Missouri House votes to make solar customers separate-class citizens

HB 340 codifies the ability of utilities to treat solar customers differently from all other ratepayers, leaving them subject to arbitrary “recovery fees” not levied on any other electricity consumers.

Commerce Energy Sheds Name to Begin Operating Under the Just Energy Brand

Just Energy is pleased to announce that, effective April 1st, 2017, subsidiary Commerce Energy has re-branded as Just Energy. The change represents a transition in name only, and does not affect the status of existing customer contracts, business licenses, or any other legal documentation. Just Energy acquired Commerce Energy in 2009 and operates in California, […]

BREAKING: Unsecured creditors challenge SunEdison settlement

In the seemingly unending saga that is the bankruptcy of SunEdison, its official committee of unsecured creditors filed objections to the plans to sell its shares in its two yieldcos, TerraForm Power and TerraForm Global.

NREL: Solar + storage costs twice as much as solar (with chart)

The National Lab’s latest report uses its renowned cost modeling to find that even a PV system with small batteries costs nearly twice as much as a standalone PV system.

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Unlocking Universal Access to Community Solar

This month, ILSR submitted the following comments to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to inform its discussion of universal access to community solar. They are included below, lightly edited for clarity.

Trump executive order based on energy fantasies

In his latest executive order, the president and his administration showed a brazen willingness to manipulate fossil fuel workers as they move energy policy back to the 19th century.

“We are at war”

Among the many changes that solar markets are experiencing in the United States, moves by the Trump Administration cast a long shadow at the Intersolar USA East trade show, which opened today.

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