It’s Monday, and it is pvMB time. Today in addition to the dark news in the headline, we also bring you three new directors at Rocky Mountain Institute, and record levels of solar curtailment in California this April.
Welcome, welcome to this Thursday’s pvMB. Today we’ll be checking out Suntuity’s free solar giveaway, Brooklyn Solar Canopies going south, sPower and Cypress Creek alleging project blocking by Consumers, the launch of the Atlas platform and all the rest of today’s ultra-important solar news.
Happy Thursday and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at SMUD joining the EIM (those words may mean nothing to you now but will soon), a new New Jersey brownfield project (not a Futurama joke), a new solar powered anti-theft backpack (with a built-in boombox model) and everything else you need to tackle the solar industry today.
Hello, and welcome to your Thursday pvMB. The weekend is almost here. Today we’ll be looking at BlueCross BlueShield installing 10,000 solar panels at its Chattanooga HQ, Hawaii’s solar trash cans, futuristic Dutch solar houseboats and everything else that matters today.
Hump Daaaay! Sorry, Geico has been running all their classic commercials for a few months now, and they’re all gold. Anyway, welcome to your Wednesday pvMB where we’ll be looking at Mitsubishi’s new U.S. renewable development arm, Tesla’s Model 3 launch snafu, a solar-powered tiny home and everything else you need to take on the day.
This latest edition of Nico Johnson’s SunCast podcast brings you a look into the career and accomplishments of Lyle Rawlings, CEO of Advanced Solar Products and the founding father of renewable energy legislation in New Jersey.
Installers in Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey stole the show, while good prospects are seen for advancing solar in the region, especially in New York and Maine. Snapshot stories included.
In today’s pv magazine USA morning brief, we also bring you a settlement involving Sunrun, a hearing for a bill to repeal the former LePage Administration’s “gross metering” in Maine, and other goodies.
The state’s first community solar pilot program is a biggie, with expectations for New Jersey’s community solar potential growing by the day.
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