We’ve got a jam-packed MB for you this morning. Today we’ll be looking at the formation of the American Solar Grazing Association, a community solar bill in Maine, the winners of the 17th Solar Cup and much much more!
Hello one and all to the Thursday edition of the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Anheuser-Busch’s new 2.7 MW solar system at its New York brewery, Pivot’s awarding of 11 community solar projects in Illinois, Recurrent Energy selling its Mustang plant and more!
ConEdison is supplying the ConnectDER solution—which accepts solar and EV wiring directly at the electric meter—when customers install solar and electric vehicles. Installation of the device avoids costly electric panel upgrades.
Six former employees are suing the energy company over allegations that they were subjected to repeated racial discrimination and eventual termination at the hands of their supervisors.
Hello and welcome to this morning’s edition of the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Nexamp winning six community solar projects in Illinois, FTC Solar supplying 30 MW of trackers in Oregon, SFPUC’s clean power milestone and everything you need to take on today in the solar industry.
New York State has launched bulk and retail energy storage subsidies to support the first 1 GWh of the state's 1.5 GWh target. The bulk incentive starts at $110/kWh, while retail starts in Block 1 at $350/kWh.
TGIF! In today’s morning brief we also bring you plans by the operator of the NYC subway to put solar on its properties and SCE deciding to go with batteries instead of a gas peaker in Southern California.
Hello and welcome one and all to the pvMB. Today we’ll be taking a look at Duke buying big to the tune of a 150 MW solar project, Excelsior Energy also buying, with a 25 MW acquisition and Alta Device’s flexible solar cell for unmanned aircraft.
New York has launched its third annual solicitation to acquire renewable energy credits in 10- to 20-year terms, adding qualifying points to projects with energy storage and load-following abilities, as well those that avoid disturbing agriculture.
New York State regulators have issued an order that advocates believe will increase the ability of large solar power projects to get financing, including allowing anchor tenants on community solar projects, increased compensation for upstate projects, more predictable compensation, and small commercial net metering for those that install before 2020.
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