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Nexamp Completes 2.4 MW Community Solar Project in Hadley, MA

Nexamp’s second project at Allard’s Farm will expand access to solar savings for western MA residents, businesses, and non-profits.

Disaster: Donald Trump is U.S. President-elect

The results of the 2016 U.S. Presidential and Senate Elections are a worst-case scenario for the U.S. solar industry, and no federal support is safe.

Project Sunroof offers community-wide solar installation estimates

The new tool measures technical potential, but may not be an accurate indicator of how much solar could realistically be installed in any given city.

Solar Power From Con Edison Rooftops to Benefit Low-Income Customers

Con Edison proposed a pilot program today to build solar arrays on its company-owned building rooftops and properties to make clean, renewable energy available to low-income customers, a residential sector that has little access to the burgeoning rooftop solar market. There would be no cost to low-income participants, who could realize savings of up to […]

The eyes have it

Conspicuous solar: Getting the public to embrace solar energy has never been a straightforward task, but as the technology moves past its awkward teen phase, some genuinely impressive and innovative adaptations of solar PV are beginning to turn heads.


Invenergy wind and solar mega-project still has a long way to go

Despite the media buzz, Invenergy’s 6-state wind and solar project does not yet have power contracts.

Tesla gigafactory to combine Silevo, Panasonic HIT solar technologies

Panasonic will operate the Buffalo “gigafactory”, and sell modules to Tesla/SolarCity.

SolarCity to offer Airbnb hosts solar installation incentive

The solar leasing provider will offer a $1,000 rebate to Airbnb customers who install a rooftop solar array on their home-sharing property in areas where both companies are active.

California launches plan to align grid transformation efforts

Through the Distributed Energy Resources Action Plan, regulators will attempt to mold several disparate dockets and initiatives to meet long-term goals.

Panasonic to take over PV cell, module production at SolarCity gigafactory in Buffalo

The two firms have signed a non-binding letter of intent to collaborate on the production of solar modules and cells at Tesla’s Buffalo facility, and to source Panasonic cells. The deal rests on completion of Tesla’s SolarCity acquisition.

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