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Third-party solar proves less popular in installer survey

The latest data from online solar marketplace provider EnergySage echoes other national trends in finding that installers are increasingly moving back to cash purchases, especially at smaller companies.

China continues dominance of global renewable energy

A new report examines China’s clean energy investments, which go well beyond its borders, as well as its increasing dominance of PV production and lithium ion processing.

Sunnova broadens its zero-down loan reach

The EZ Own Loan program is designed to capitalize on the increasing desire of residential solar customers to own their systems without worrying about the trouble of maintaining them.

TerraForm Power, Global warned with de-listing (again)

NASDAQ has sent letters to both yieldcos warning them that the failure to hold annual general meetings in 2016 serves as an “additional” cause for de-listing, after late financial statements.

sPower Connects Nearly 500 MW to grid in 65 days

The independent power producer reached 1 GW of operating solar projects before the calendar turned to 2017.

Hopper at SEIA completes women’s superfecta

When Abigail “Abby” Ross Hopper assumes her duties as president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association next week, it signals a new course for the national association and ushers in an era when the six most powerful association positions in the U.S. solar industry will be held by women.


New import duty calculations put higher rates on Canadian Solar

This year’s review of the U.S. trade ruling on Chinese PV cells would otherwise keep duties at similar levels to previous years, but it is expected that few companies will end up paying them.

Maryland solar advocates call for veto override

When the new Maryland legislature begins its session next week, one of its first orders of business will be to consider overriding Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of the Clean Energy Jobs Act. Solar advocates say that reversing Hogan’s decision could lead to a solar boom in the state.

CALSEIA names ‘right person’ to presidency in ‘uncertain times’

Ed Murray, CEO and president of Sacramento, Calif., based Aztec Solar, says he’ll use his position to protect and expand solar in the state, as well as lead the charge in the fight against Climate Change.

DOE Secretary Moniz’s exit memo extolls solar progress

In the past eight years under President Obama, the solar industry has advanced from a tiny niche market to the country’s largest energy employer – though more work remains to be done.

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