Ohio

Cincinnati signs deal to power itself with 100% renewable energy

Despite a lack of support at the state level for a clean energy economy, Cincinnati is moving forward.

First Solar produces first S6 module, seals 800 MW of deals

The first modules have rolled off the line in Ohio as part of First Solar’s $1.4 billion dollar bet on its large-format Series 6. The company will also expand production in Vietnam.

First Solar knocks it out of the park in Q3

The thin-film maker topped $1 billion in quarterly revenue with impressive profitability and a strong war chest as it continues its retooling for Series 6.

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So, how do you like the Midwest, eh?

Attendees to the SEIA Solar Midwest conference in Chicago were asked a few questions on the possibilities of the solar market in the region on October 19th

Midwest solar markets: An interview with Sean Gallagher

Sean Gallagher of SEIA comments on the burgeoning regional solar market at the Solar Midwest conference in Chicago.

AEP requests 400 MW of Ohio solar amid attempts to gut RPS

One of the state’s largest utilities has called for proposals for 400 MW of solar projects, on the same day the Ohio Senate heard testimony on turning the state’s miniscule renewable portofolio standard into a voluntary program.

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Group recruits standing solar army

In move designed to articulate more effectively its role in uniting solar consumers for the fights around the country for solar-friendly policies, Community Power Network relaunches as Solar United Neighbors.

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Solar jobs: Progress and challenges in diversity

Two newly released reports explore diversity efforts for solar installation jobs in California and overall job growth in the Midwest.

Report: Energy storage is starting to become standard for utilities

The Smart Electric Power Alliance said the vast majority of the utilities they surveyed plan to offer behind-the-meter storage programs for their residential and commercial customers.

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AEP proposes mechanisms to procure 900 MW of wind, solar projects

The utility has reached a settlement with environmental groups under which it will invest in wind, solar microgrids and electric vehicles, but AEP will still get a bailout for aging coal plants.

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