Happy Friday one and all and welcome to today’s pvMB. Today we’ve got the Detroit Zoo going renewable, LONGi achieves AA bankability and community solar coming to Maryland. Let’s ride!
The picture that Walmart is painting of Tesla/SolarCity installation and O&M practices in its lawsuit is not a pretty one.
The solar development & asset management company has been acquired by a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, which it says will allow it to accelerate its move into community solar.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has decided that regulators are the “ultimate decision-maker” when it comes to project location and zoning. But with great power comes great responsibility.
Hello and welcome to your Hump Day MB, where we’ll be looking at the potential solving of LID, LevelTEn Energy raising $20.5 million in funding, the verification of CAISO as a reliability coordinator and much more!
Maryland’s 50% by 2030 renewable energy mandate is set to become law, as Governor Larry Hogan has stated that he will not veto the measure. However, rumblings are arising that the popular GOP everyman will have a clean energy mandate of his own coming in the next calendar year.
Governor Hogan has signed into law HB683, which removes subscriber caps on community solar projects in Maryland and raises their maximum capacity to 2 MW.
Johns Hopkins University has announced a deal with Constellation to provide 2/3 of the university’s electricity needs from a 175 MW solar project in Virginia.
The most aggressively solar-sided RPS initiative known to pv magazine has now passed both houses of the Maryland legislature and is awaiting a signature – or veto – by Governor Larry Hogan.
In today’s pvMB, we also bring you an Iowa legislator seeking more information before signing off on a bill to cut solar compensation, solar and wind entering their 3rd phase, and a bill to move prisons and university classrooms to solar.
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