California

Solar drives up evening wholesale prices in California

The duck curve is real, and is driving up prices and increasing ramping requirements in the evening.

Renovate America secures $200 million to expand HERO

The influx of cash is the latest progress for the nation’s largest PACE provider, which expanded to more communities in Missouri last week.

Report: Residential, C&I solar permits surge in Florida, Nevada

South Carolina and Pennsylvania also saw significant increases in solar permits granted, but California and Colorado both dropped by nearly 30%, according to the latest OhmHome report.

San Diego is looking for 500 MW of pumped hydro to integrate renewables

San Diego is looking beyond batteries for solutions to match supply and demand of electricity as solar penetrations increase.

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California’s energy transition needs more than cap and trade

The state’s landmark program, which includes carbon price high enough to affect the electric power sector, has been extended. However, California may have bigger challenges when it comes to transforming its energy system.

California energy storage incentive bill dies in committee

A last-ditch effort to pass SB 700 and create a long-term energy storage subsidy in California has failed, leaving the state without a plan for one portion of what it needs to meet increasingly ambitious renewable energy targets.

SMA and Cypress Creek enter into 10-year master service agreement

Two industry powerhouses join forces to combine their experience to maximize up-time for Cypress’ ever-expanding portfolio.

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Net metering is dead. Long live net metering

The must-see panel of Intersolar North America (if you could only see one) discussed the most pressing issue in distributed solar today: What’s happening with net metering – and where does the industry go from here?

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8minutenergy and Capital Dynamics Announce 328 MW Mount Signal 3 Solar Project

Third phase of Mount Signal Solar Farm, among the largest PV projects worldwide, will be developed by 8minutenergy and owned by Capital Dynamics

Solar and political struggle: The view from Intersolar North America

Despite all the success of the U.S. solar industry, the 10th annual Intersolar North America launched on an activist tone, with policy struggles at both the state and national level. In many ways, the work of transforming our energy system is just beginning

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