Solar Market Updates
Jennifer Delony | February 13, 2018
Countries and entities negatively affected by solar tariffs set by the Trump Administration in January on imports of crystalline silicon PV cells are beginning to seek redress…
Chris Martin and Mark Chediak | February 13, 2018
Natural gas is getting edged out of power markets across the U.S. by two energy sources that, together, are proving to be an unbeatable mix: solar and batteries.
Jennifer Runyon | February 15, 2018
On Thursday, FERC voted unanimously in favor of adopting a new rule that would remove the market barriers
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Caroline Golin | February 15, 2018
If you live in North Carolina, chances are you’ve seen ads promoting Duke Energy’s 10-year, $13.8 billion Power/Forward Carolinas initiative.
Renewable Energy World Editors | February 13, 2018
Florida Power & Light last week said that it has installed a battery system at its Citrus Solar Energy Center that will allow the utility to get more energy from solar panels at the project.
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Miriam Tuerk | February 12, 2018
Today, if it’s an unexpectedly warm winter’s day, I can turn down my home’s heating thermostat with just a few swipes on my smartphone…
Peter Lilienthal with comment by Jennifer Runyon | February 15, 2018
There is a lot of interest in the idea of 100 percent renewable energy both from a political and technical perspective.
Gregory Remec | February 15, 2018
The Trump administration is not likely to stop the growth of the renewables market in the U.S.
Austin Whitman | February 15, 2018
2017 was a year of ever-changing odds for clean energy firms. Fortunes seesawed as the federal government pulled back on supportive policies, while…