Despite all the success of the U.S. solar industry, the 10th annual Intersolar North America launched on an activist tone, with policy struggles at both the state and national level. In many ways, the work of transforming our energy system is just beginning
The town of Grand Island in Upstate New York has authorized a 4.4 MW-DC community solar project, one of three that developer Blue Rock Energy has either completed or has underway in the state.
New York is following the lead of California, Oregon and Massachusetts, which have set mandates for energy storage deployment.
The project at the Marcus Garvey Apartments is the first deployment of lithium-ion batteries at a multifamily residential building in New York City.
The largest-ever state renewable energy solicitation is just one of the moves that the Cuomo Administration has taken in response to U.S. President Donald Trump exiting the Paris Agreement.
Disappearing incentives, high early-adopter penetration and slower acquisitions by national companies are the primary factors in the rapid decline.
A new report series from NCCETC takes a look at the increasing state-level policy activity around getting U.S. grids ready for a clean energy future.
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