Editor’s note: With a hearing at the U.S. International Trade Commission set for next week, James D. Worden, CEO of U.S. inverter supplier Yaskawa – Solectria Solar, requested to contribute an op-ed on the Section 201 trade case. The following does [Read More]
“[W]e know the riskiest place to be is to take no risk at all,” said one utility exec at SEPA’s recent Grid Evolution Summit.
In this guest article, developer Clean Energy Collective offers some key takeaways from last week’s industry event in Denver.
Despite strong support and a creative push by CALSEIA at Intersolar N.A., a promising energy storage bill has died in committee.
Last week, a federal judge protected Illinois’ Future Energy Jobs Act, which is expected to grow the state’s solar capacity to over 3,000 MW by 2030 – enough to power approximately half-a-million homes. The expected influx in distributed resources like [Read More]
States’ authority to enact clean energy policy was significantly bolstered last week in an important federal district court decision. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois dismissed a challenge from fossil fuel companies that objected to an Illinois [Read More]
Here’s a brief round-up of what you might’ve missed during the major co-located solar and energy storage events on Tuesday and Wednesday.
As NREL celebrates its 40th anniversary this month, the laboratory highlights some of its biggest solar research achievements.
In this guest article, The Alliance for Solar Choice discusses what state regulators’ newly issued NEM order means for rooftop solar in New Hampshire.
In this guest article, the author argues, “More work needs to be done to calculate solar panels’ impact on the environment from cradle to grave.”