New York

New York public housing solar + storage microgrid project complete

The project at the Marcus Garvey Apartments is the first deployment of lithium-ion batteries at a multifamily residential building in New York City.

New York to procure $1.5 billion worth of renewables

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.

Study: New York’s residential installations drop 25% in the first quarter (with charts)

Disappearing incentives, high early-adopter penetration and slower acquisitions by national companies are the primary factors in the rapid decline.

37 states take action on grid modernization during Q1

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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Panasonic’s 2016 profit falls as solar sales sag

While declining sales of solar panels in Japan eroded the electronics giant’s earnings, Panasonic is holding on for growth driven by its collaboration with Tesla.

Vivint moves into retail sales

The third party solar provider plans to set up kiosks in retail locations in five states by the end of June, with more to come by the end of the year.

Big challenges: Raj Prabhu on the SolarWorld insolvency and U.S. solar manufacturing

Today, SolarWorld AG filed for insolvency in Germany, and it is unclear whether or not its U.S. subsidiary will also file. In the following interview, Mercom Capital CEO Raj Prabhu talks about what this means for the U.S. solar industry.

Tesla scales down solar deployment in Q1, readies Solar Roof

The first full quarter since Tesla’s acquisition of SolarCity shows a 30% fall in watts of solar deployed, as the company focuses on preparations for the roll-out of its Solar Roof and Model 3 electric vehicle, including expanded battery production.

Utilities try new tactics to discourage solar, but still aren’t getting what they want

The latest NCCETC report on state solar policies finds some new twists as part of an ongoing attempt by utilities to weaken the economics of customer-owned solar, but regulators still mostly aren’t on board.

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Earth Day and Climate Change

In this op-ed for pv magazine, New York State Senator Kevin Parker outlines the urgency of our need to act on Climate Change, and the threat posed by the removal of President Obama’s policies.

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