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Utility-scale solar falls below $1 per watt (w/ charts)

A Q1 report by GTM Research and SEIA found PV system price declines across all sectors, following collapses in component pricing. Fixed-tilt utility-scale systems broke the $1 per watt barrier for the first time during the quarter.

BREAKING: Trump abandons Paris Agreement (Watch the announcement here – and we won’t make you wait an hour)

Though the decision may not affect solar in the short term, it sends a message that President Trump doesn’t think Climate Change is a threat – and the rest of the world will have to go it alone.

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United States informs WTO of trade petition investigation (ITC notification embedded)

The U.S. International Trade Commission has informed the WTO that it is moving forward with its investigation into whether Suniva and SolarWorld deserve “global safeguard” protection from their competitors.

SEIA elects industry veterans to its board

The Solar Energy Industries Association has a new chair (Tom Starrs) and vice chair (Michael Maulick), who are expected to bring a fresh perspective to some of the challenges facing the solar industry today.

SolarWorld Americas to continue operations

Amid a flurry of speculation after its German parent company SolarWorld AG, the U.S. arm of the crystalline silicon PV manufacturer released a statement reassuring the market and its employees that it continues to operate at full strength.

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Ten K Solar to “discontinue” current operation

The Minnesota-based solar company gave scant details, but denied claims that its winding down was due to faulty third-party hardware.

Big challenges: Raj Prabhu on the SolarWorld insolvency and U.S. solar manufacturing

Today, SolarWorld AG filed for insolvency in Germany, and it is unclear whether or not its U.S. subsidiary will also file. In the following interview, Mercom Capital CEO Raj Prabhu talks about what this means for the U.S. solar industry.

Trump tax cuts could hit solar project finance

A proposed cut in the corporate tax rate to 15% could sharply reduce the flow of tax equity into solar projects.

Solar Installations in Great Lakes Bay Region Expand Substantially in 2016 Due to Solarize Michigan

Solarize Michigan, the state’s first campaign to bring affordable solar technology to homes and small businesses, successfully led to the growth of solar deployment in the Great Lakes Bay Region of Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties last year.  Further, the campaign is expected to continue reaping benefits down the road.  Those are the findings in […]

DOE announces $107 million in funding for solar technologies

$42 million has been awarded to 40 projects with a range of applications, with another $65 million in funding planned for upcoming R&D projects.

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