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CleanChoice Energy Launches 100% Retail Solar Service

CleanChoice Energy, a retail renewable energy company providing 100% clean electricity to customers across the country, has launched a 100% Solar retail electricity supply product. The new product allows residents to make the switch to 100% solar energy with no upfront investment, setup fees or installation. The new 100% solar product means that people can go solar quickly, simply and affordably even if they […]

New FERC chair hints at support for coal and nuclear

Newly appointed FERC Chair Neil Chatterjee is repeating administration myths about coal and nuclear power, calling such generation “essential”.

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.

Wind and solar outstrip state renewable energy mandates (w/ charts)

A new report by Berkeley Lab also finds that solar is increasingly being used to meet state-level renewable energy requirements, while overall deployment of renewables is increasingly driven by other factors.

How much will community solar compete with residential in the United States?

Community Solar is coming at a time of PV, especially residential, market uncertainty. So far the United States is a big enough sandbox for both markets to play in.


Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA) Costs Expected to Fall Below Mandated Caps

ComEd files “Rate Impact Reports” with Illinois Commerce Commission

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.

37 states take action on grid modernization during Q1

A new report series from NCCETC takes a look at the increasing state-level policy activity around getting U.S. grids ready for a clean energy future.


Guest column: Balancing access to electricity data and privacy concerns

Digital technology is deployed on the electric grid to make it “smarter,” allowing two-way communication and the transferring of data. This information enables customers to manage electricity costs, makes the grid more reliable, and provides third party providers with the information they need to produce innovative energy products and services. But while electricity data gathered by these technologies is beneficial, balancing the privacy of customers is necessary.

Study: Midwest houses significant solar potential (with a Top 10 list)

Data collected by a Department of Energy Sunshot Initiative funded startup joined forces with realty firm Redfin to identify the Top 10 Midwestern cities with the most untapped solar potential.

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