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Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative and SunPower Dedicate 20-Megawatt Solar Power Plant

At an event today in Cochise County, Ariz., Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative and SunPower are dedicating a 20-megawatt (AC) solar photovoltaic power plant that is now generating clean, renewable solar power for customers in SSVEC’s service territory. SSVEC will purchase the power generated by the solar plant under a 20-year power purchase agreement with […]

Maine regulators delay decision on net metering

The state hit a trigger level which allowed regulators to modify net metering, but now they are delaying making changes to shut the program down.

Solar receives transmission boost in the West

As part of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan to cut carbon pollution and create clean energy jobs, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell approved two transmission lines to deliver energy across Southwest.

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Empower Energies Accepting Qualified Projects in Need of Financing for New Solar Fund

Financing Is Available Immediately to Fund Photovoltaic Solar Projects for Commercial and Industrial Customers, Municipalities, Universities, Schools and Hospitals

44% of U.S. residential solar is owned by third parties

A report by the U.S. government finds that third party-owned solar represents more than half of distributed capacity in Arizona and Maryland.

David Crane joins Vote Solar board

The visionary former CEO of NRG says that the advocacy organization plays a “critical” role.

From the editor: For Trump and solar, don’t borrow trouble

There are many uncertainties about what a Trump Administration will bring. But the impacts on solar may be less than many fear.

BLM codifies new solar leasing rules

After five years of careful consideration, the government agency announced new rules governing the leasing of public lands for renewable energy projects

Bill for massive coal, nuclear bailout, residential demand charges introduced in Illinois

SB2814 would introduce demand charges for residential customers, and could drown out new renewables in the state.

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Utility APS purchases another ACC

In a show of regulatory capture enabled by the ability of utilities to spend vast sums of money on the races for their regulators, all three candidates backed by the utility APS have been re-elected or won seats on the ACC.

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