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Trump’s trade wars

Trade has become a major issue for the U.S. solar industry under the Trump Administration. But while the market navigates tariffs and higher prices, the U.S. economy may be a greater casualty.


Swinerton celebrates 130th anniversary with new brand and new public charity

Steeped in rich heritage, the company is poised to innovate and lead the industry into the next century.

Utility-scale solar: A cost-effective, reliable cornerstone for America’s economic growth

In this op-ed SEIA’s Abigail Hopper and Martin Hermann of 8minutenergy argue that the rapid growth of solar and storage will completely reshape America’s energy economy for the better, with cheaper, cleaner power, and that the shift is already taking place across this country.


Onyx Renewables gets funding for 80 MW of C&I + small utility solar power

CIT Group and RBC Capital worked together to fund the portfolio of projects spread across six states, with half the capacity in California and Arizona and the other half in the northeast.

Salt River Project customers soaking up new energy storage incentive

The $150/kWh-DC rebate launched with 4,500 spaces on May 1, and is down to 3,400 reservations only a week later.


Solar panel imports down 50% in the first two months of 2018

The EIA’s monthly solar module import report shows that after a ramp up in in mid-2017, volumes of imported PV modules crashed in January and February.

Some sunbelt states are sunny side down on rooftop solar

A new report sheds light on primarily states, primarily in the sunbelt, that dampen (or drown) rooftop solar through bad policies, or none at all.

Cypress Creek opens solar control center in North Carolina

The developer says the facility is one of the few NERC-CIP compliant control centers run by a solar company, and will manage nearly 2 GW of solar projects in 14 states.

Dividend’s solar power securitization receives industry’s first “AA” rating

Dividend Finance has closed a $104 million residential solar loan securitization, following on its first $129 million securitization in October 2017.

Michigan dismantles net metering

Over the protests of many different parties, Michigan has become the latest state to experiment with destroying the fundamental policy for distributed solar in the United States.


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