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How Catastrophic is Perry’s NOPR for Renewables?

Jennifer Runyon   | October 3, 2017
Rocky Mountain Institute’s Mark Dyson is an expert who studies grid resilience as part of RMI’s Electricity Innovation Lab. He offered his thoughts on what the NOPR means for renewable…

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Trump’s Tax Reform Proposal ‘Leaves Door Open’ to Repeal ITC/PTC

Jennifer Delony   | October 5, 2017
A tax reform package released at the end of September by White House and Republican leadership “left the door open” to repeal critical existing renewable energy tax credits prior to their…

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Tesla Charging Stations to Link South Australia Capital with World’s Largest Battery

Andrew Spence | October 2, 2017
A network of car charging stations is being developed in South Australia to allow Tesla drivers to visit the world’s biggest lithium-ion battery being built by Elon Musk in the…

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Feasibility Study Findings Indicate Possibility for Seawater Pumped Storage Hydro Facility in Australia

Gregory B. Poindexter  | October 3, 2017
Results released from an Australian Renewable Energy Agency study indicate the possibility exists for the development of the 225-MW Cultana…

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Solar+Storage Offers Hope as Irma and Harvey Plunge Much of the Southeast into Darkness

Seth Mullendore   | October 4, 2017
The 2017 hurricane season is forcing many communities and states to once again focus on disaster preparedness and the critical role of…

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Puerto Rico: Rebuild with Microgrids

Mahesh Bhave   | October 4, 2017
Puerto Rico presents a near perfect opportunity to rebuild the electricity infrastructure from scratch in accord with technologies of the present…

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Telecom, Cloud Services and Green Finance — Five Questions with Reed Hundt

Ron Pernick   | October 4, 2017
This article is part of a series of insights from leading smart-grid, clean-energy, and utility experts speaking at gridCONNEXT 2017 in…

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Community Solar: California’s Shared Renewables at a Crossroads

Karin Corfee et al | October 2, 2017
California, once considered a leader in community solar, has struggled to implement Senate Bill 43 (SB-43), which mandated the creation of…

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Jobs and Gigawatts: How To Position Your Solar Company In Light Of The Suniva Trade Case

Dan Shugar   | October 2, 2017
How should you position your solar company in light of the Suniva/SolarWorld trade case? To address that question, I recently…

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New York Eyes 3,200 MW of New Offshore Wind Areas

Jennifer Delony   | October 3, 2017
New York State officials yesterday said that that the state has asked the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to consider…

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