While large utility-scale projects grab the headlines, installation firms in the region racked up 7400 small-scale (under 1 MW) solar installations in 2018. Snapshot stories included.
The project on several sites on a landfill will become the second made available to community solar customers of PEPCO’s Maryland service area.
An 18 MW project developed by Building Energy has turned otherwise unusable land into enough generation to power 12% of the city of Annapolis.
CleanChoice Energy’s new program will provide access to community solar for PEPCO and Baltimore Gas and Electric customers, as a part of the new Maryland Community Solar Pilot Program.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management is paying $350 million in cash for a portfolio of C&I solar at 143 sites in New England, New Jersey and Maryland.
Reuters reports that nearly 20% of its installation facilities will close, as part of the company’s 9% workforce reduction announced last week.
An analysis submitted to Maryland regulators found that distributed solar’s economic benefits – mostly labor associated revenue – was worth six times the value of the electricity to the grid.
Two renewable energy bills that would have increased the state’s RPS to either 50% by 2030 or 100% by 2035 have been voted down in a committee.
GTM Research and SEIA’s final report on the solar market in 2017 shows both the struggle of the residential solar market, as well as a larger than anticipated fall in utility-scale volumes, leading to a 30% contraction overall.
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