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Sunfolding Supplies Trackers to Utility Scale Project in the South East

Sunfolding Supplies Trackers to Utility Scale Project in the South East; the projects add to growing portfolio with major EPC

Solar Alliance completes project for AAMCO in Tennessee as part of expanded channel partner program

Solar Alliance Energy Inc. (‘Solar Alliance’ or the ‘Company’) (TSX-V: SOLR) is pleased to announce it has completed the installation of a 22.6 kW solar system at the independently owned AAMCO automotive service center in Lebanon, Tennessee. The project, which was completed in two weeks, was the recipient of a USDA Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) […]

Duke to upgrade pumped-storage station to accommodate renewables

The energy giant is upgrading its Bad Creek pumped hydro storage facility from 1,000 to 1,300 MW.

Solar Alliance completes three solar projects in cooperation with Whayne Supply company

Projects include 34.5 Kilowatt system for the archdiocese of Louisville

Why big bets on transmission and distribution infrastructure are no longer necessary

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Taylor Sloane of Fluence outlines how system planners can use energy storage to predict load growth when developing transmission and distribution infrastructure.

350 MW solar + 350 MW storage project moves forward in California

Recurrent Energy’s ‘Crimson’ project is proposed for siting on public land, and is moving forward in its environmental review.


Solar permitting data shows residential market woes

Oregon showed the largest increase in permits issues, while Vermont’s permits cratered. Compared to 2016’s Q3, the 17 states surveyed by OhmHome issued 11% fewer permits.

Vivint Solar expands residential PV in Colorado

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

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.

Stanford advocates ending China solar tariffs

The report led by a former Wall Street Journal editor gives national advice that mimics policies under President Obama’s energy department, but is unlikely to go anywhere under Trump.

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