The solar industry, which represents 2.6% of overall U.S. electricity generation, already employs twice as many workers as the U.S. coal industry.
Also in the brief: Fayetteville municipal buildings are two-thirds powered by solar, climate change is a defining issue for Nevada Democrats, Smithville, Texas approves 1 MW project, and more.
Solar contractors added another 1.8 gigawatts of small-scale solar in the ten sunniest states last year. In Hawaii and California, solar groups described their ambitious policy goals to keep the momentum going.
Today in the brief: Solar Integrated Roofing acquires Milholland Electric, Ubiquitous Energy installs its first transparent solar window façade, Wisconsin schools told to prep for solar possibility, and more.
Today in the morning brief: Chispa Nevada and Nevada Conservation League train climate voters, the Department of Energy releases a distributed solar RFI, Headline Solar reaches $5 mil in revenue and more.
With tortoise-sized openings at the bottom of the fence, and improved growth of plants vital to tortoise survival, a solar farm in Nevada can provide better habitat than the surrounding desert. First Solar found similar habitat gains in California.
Welcome to today’s edition of the pv magazine morning brief. On this fine morning, we’ll be looking at Greenbacker buying 110 MW, a solar system believed to have caused a house fire in California, a 1 MW rooftop installation in New Jersey and more.
Welcome one and all to the morning brief. Today we’ve got for you RWE bringing 100 MW on-line in Texas, SolarEdge adding features to its online design tool and Sunnova raising funds to safe harbor equipment.
Nevada regulators have approved the utility’s latest integrated resource plan, which includes a gargantuan trio of solar projects and accompanying storage set to come to Clark County.
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