The move is part of a trend of solar developers adding additional energy management services, referred to as “solar+”.
This combination of tax equity and debt financing will support 339 MW of solar capacity in Southern California, for a total of $2.32 per watt.
Eight states have more than 400 MW-DC of projects under construction each, showing increasing market diversification.
This week we saw policy wins in California and New York City, as well as some good signs from Nevada and a promising policy in Massachusetts – not to mention documentation of a big fall in solar costs.
Four bills signed by California governor Brown will mandate a distributed energy storage procurement, fund incentives for behind-the-meter storage, and more.
Canadian Solar announced two big wins this week for its California based subsidiary Recurrent Energy. The company announced commercial operation on its 78 MWp Barren Ridge Project, as well as the signing of a new PPA with community program MCE.
The Californian solar module developer alleges misappropriation by China’s GCL Solar over trade secrets pertaining to its patented production technique.
Our new videos from America’s largest solar trade show feature interviews with the CEOs of First Solar and SolarWorld Americas.
The latest report by NREL shows an ongoing decline in costs across sectors, with soft costs remaining stubbornly high for residential installations.
Thanks to a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Oakland, Calif.-based non-profit solar installer will put 394 kW to electrify areas that are often underserved by utilities.
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