Green Solar: First Solar Cleared to Resume Construction in Antelope Valley LATEST NEWS: First Solar Cleared to Resume Construction in Antelope Valley Herman K. Trabish – May 19, 2013 Concerns about “fugitive dust” and Valley fever keep County vigilant. We Owe Our Veterans a Renewable Energy Way of Life Nat Kreamer – May 17, 2013 There is nothing like a natural resource war to give you religion about renewable energy. Minnesota Is a Governor’s Signature Away From 450 MW of Solar Annie Lappé, Erin Ruccolo, Justin Fay – May 17, 2013 Move over, lakes and gophers—Minnesota is going solar. The Advantages of Developing Solar on Brownfields Patrick Donnelly-Shores – May 17, 2013 California and other western states can learn from New Jersey’s solar brownfield experience. Army, Navy and Air Force on Track to Reach 3 GW of Solar by 2025 Herman K. Trabish – May 17, 2013 From the battlefield to stateside bases, the U.S. military has proven that solar is reliable. Podcast: A Deeper Look at DOE’s Cleantech Strategy Stephen Lacey – May 17, 2013 The assistant secretary of energy efficiency and renewable energy talks about where the Department of Energy is headed. SolarCity Shifts Its Home Efficiency Strategy Eric Wesoff – May 16, 2013 How does SolarCity scale its energy efficiency business? Don’t do the work in-house. SolarCity Raises $500M From Goldman Sachs to Finance Solar Roofs Eric Wesoff – May 16, 2013 Looking to include customers with lower credit scores Wind and Gas Giant NextEra Goes Solar, Buys Smart Energy Capital Eric Wesoff – May 16, 2013 This savvy energy player has decided that now is the time to move into solar. Intermolecular’s Combinatorial Lab Improves PV, Coatings, and LEDs Eric Wesoff – May 15, 2013 Accelerating R&D in semiconductors and cleantech 3 Reasons PG&E Is Reaching Its California Solar Initiative Targets Glenn Harris – May 15, 2013 And they’re all factors outside of the CSI, according to SunCentric CEO Glenn Harris. Why Solaria’s Approach to Solar in China Might Work Herman K. Trabish – May 15, 2013 Low-concentration PV on single-axis trackers partnered with Chinese developers and state-owned entities Solar Mandate Embraced by a Second California City Earthtechling, Pete Danko – May 14, 2013 Sebastopol, in Sonoma County, Calif., joins Lancaster in backing a solar mandate for new construction, with an ordinance that is much stronger.