Solar Newsletter | Bernie Sanders Proposes Huge Renewables Build-Out and Publicly Owned Power Jay Owen August 27, 2019 Greentech BROUGHT TO YOU BY: The Lead From GTM Squared Emma Foehringer Merchant dives into the latest research and market analysis from across the solar industry to shine a light on key trends impacting power and renewables businesses. Read More.TOP SOLAR NEWS FROM GTMEmma Foehringer Merchant | 08.22.19Bernie Sanders Proposes Huge Renewables Build-Out and Publicly Owned PowerThe Democratic candidate’s Green New Deal would funnel $2.4 trillion of investment into renewables and storage. Emma Foehringer Merchant | 08.26.19The Solar Market Looks Ripe for a Wave of RefinancingFalling interest rates are creating an opportunity for many renewables developers to squeeze more money out of operating assets. Stephen Lacey | 08.25.19Merchant Solar and Wind: A Ticking Time Bomb?On The Interchange podcast this week: We explore the long-term risks of merchant renewable energy for developers. Jeff St. John | 08.23.19Hawaiian Electric Seeks Bids for 900MW of ‘Dispatchable Renewables’ and StorageThe projects will help the utility meet Hawaii’s 100 percent renewables goal and replace two big power plants set to close. Angel Hang | 08.22.19Already Cheaper Than Gas, China’s Renewables to Undercut Coal by 2026Average solar prices in China have fallen below wind for the first time this year, Wood Mackenzie says. Emma Foehringer Merchant | 08.21.19Walmart Sues Tesla Over Rooftop Fires It Blames on Faulty Solar SystemsThe mega-retailer’s lawsuit comes as Tesla is struggling to reconcile big ambitions for its solar business with rapidly decelerating growth. Karl-Erik Stromsta | 08.21.19Sizing Up the Corporate Renewables MarketJust how big could corporate wind and solar procurement get? A new analysis from WoodMac and the American Wind Energy Association tries to find out. Emma Foehringer Merchant | 08.19.19Sunnova Logs Q2 Loss but Outlines Big-Time Customer GrowthThe newly public residential solar company is growing quickly but has much work ahead to become profitable.