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DOE invests $21 million to speed solar adoption

The money will go to 17 projects designed to reduce soft costs and maximize solar’s benefits for states.

Alterra Power Secures Financing for Kokomo Solar Project

Alterra Power Corp. and Inovateus Solar LLC are pleased to announce the closing of a US$8.9 million construction loan facility for the Kokomo solar project, an approximately 7 MWDC solar project located in Kokomo, Indiana. The facility is supplied by 1st Source Bank, a subsidiary of 1st Source Corporation and consists of a $8.9 million construction loan plus a $150,000 letter of credit. Concurrently […]

Tri-County EMC Commissions Solar Facility for “ourSolar” Program

Tri-County EMC, a member owned electric co-op, is proud to announce commercial operation of a one megawatt (MW) community solar electricity generation farm in Eatonton, Georgia. The project was developed jointly between Tri-County EMC, Georgia Power and United Renewable Energy LLC. Tri-County EMC provides the low cost solar energy to its participating member-owners as a credit […]

Sunverge Announces New Demand Charge Management Features

With new demand charge reduction algorithm, consumers with a PV and energy storage system can reduce their power bill up to 50 percent in Australia, 33 percent in the U.S.

PACE Funding Group Supports California’s Property Assessed Clean Energy Consumer Protections Bill

Assembly Bill 2693 provides consistent consumer protections across the PACE industry in California; PACE Funding realigns operations to best support California homeowners

Verengo Solar files for bankruptcy, will sell solar assets to Crius Energy

Using Section 363 of Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws, the troubled California solar installer hopes to regain its position as a major installer in California as well as expand nationally

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Solar, efficiency can help mitigate energy use from marijuana cultivation

EQ Research has released a report looking at intense energy use in the booming U.S. marijuana industry, and means to control GHG emissions.

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Duke Energy solar rebate program exceeding expectations in South Carolina one year after launch

Almost one year after its launch, Duke Energy’s Solar Rebate Program has paid almost $5 million in rebates to South Carolina customers who have invested in solar power at their residences or businesses. The rebates help with the upfront cost of installing solar panels for customers – making the technology more accessible to the company’s 730,000 customers in the […]

Schools going solar with $300,000 investment from Duke Energy and NC GreenPower

Program will pay for solar photovoltaic (PV) systems at selected schools. Expands renewable energy education for students.

EPA Recognizes L’Oréal USA Among Nation’s Leading Green Power Users

L’Oréal USA is Second Largest On-Site Green Power User Amongst Consumer Products Companies Within the Green Power Partnership

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