California load-serving entities experience increasing challenges in procuring resource adequacy capacity

In this op-ed for pv magazine , Seth Hilton of Stoel Rives LLP dives into the difficulties California is having meeting its resource adequacy obligations.

Hanergy-owned Alta Devices laid off 250 employees without notice

Alta Devices built and sold record-setting gallium-arsenide solar cells but its acquirer Hanergy ran out of patience and cash.

Ralph Lauren joins RE100, a solar Six Flags: pvMB 12/3/19

Hello everybody and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ve got for you a residential solar company scamming customers, POWERHOME Solar showing out at the Biz Awards, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaking out against unlawful union firings and more!

Suncast Episode 199 – Aurora Solar founder Sam Adeyemo LIVE IN SF

In front of a live audience at the Aurora headquarters in San Francisco last month, Nico johnson sat down with Aurora Solar founder Sam Adeyemo for a late-Thanksgiving special.

6 GW for New York by 2025, PG&E keeps paying: pvMB 11/27/19

Hello one and all and because we won’t be around to say it tomorrow, Happy Thanksgiving! Today, however, we’ve got ConncetGen’s new CEO, Brownfields in Minnesota and more!

Springbok foreshadows Capital Dynamics upcoming development dominance

The 450 MWdc cluster is finally fully operational in California, heralding the start of a Capital Dynamics project pipeline that encompasses multiple GW across the utility and C&I spaces.

NextEnergy buys big in North Carolina, project proposals flood Hawaii: pvMB 11/21/19

Hello one and all and welcome to your morning brief! Today we’ve got a grid modeling webinar, fertilizer created by solar, Sungrow storage in Florida and more!

Changing climate, changing laws: addressing new wildfire risk requirements in project development

in this op-ed for pv magazine, David Lazerwitz and Linda Sobczynski of Farella Braun + Martel examine the levels of precaution necessary to ensure fire risk mitigation in project development.

UPDATE: Nearly-free Powerwalls for The OC

After state regulators approved an alternative decision to rejuvenate Southern California Edison’s Preferred Resources Pilot, thousands of blackout-affected Californians now have access to discounts on increasingly-necessary battery storage units.


Calling all California solar and storage developers – 6,000+ systems, 32 MW+ request for proposals

Four California CCAs have combined to release a joint RFP in Alameda, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties for developers to build out distributed energy storage at local homes, multifamily properties, and commercial buildings that can keep the locations running when the grid is powered down.


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