During the first nine months of 2017, Hawaii and Nevada joined California among the club of states that get more than 10% of their power from solar.
The Nevada utility is seeking regulatory approval for three solar PPAs totaling 100 MW-AC, which have the lowest prices seen by pv magazine staff in the United States to date.
Only a day before the decision, four governors from leading solar states expressed their opposition to the Section 201 trade case. But will political pressure be enough?
Veteran reporter Frank Andorka gets granular with some shocking numbers from The Solar Foundation’s Diversity Study – and wonders aloud why women of color are getting the fuzziest end of the lollipop.
In a victory for rooftop solar in the states, the Nevada Public Utilities Commission rejected NV Energy’s attempts to use Assembly Bill 405 to institute usurious rate changes that would have made solar’s economics tight for many potential customers.
As the Nevada PUC puts NV Energy’s rate plan on an accelerated approval schedule, companies race to register their opposition before time runs out.
The EV, battery and solar company continues to raise record amounts of cash as it ramps Model 3 production. At the same time, it’s emphasizing profitability from its solar business, which has undergone a significant transformation since the company bought SolarCity.
The Nevada utility holding company’s response to mostly losing the latest battle over net metering in the state is to attempt to ram through a significant rate redesign which the solar industry says would impact not only solar but low-income customers.
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.
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