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Ontario's Cap-And-Trade Plan Raises Solar's Profile
Vol. 2 | Issue 41 | April 23, 2015
by Michael Puttre on 22 Apr 2015 email the content item print the content item
The Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) has come out strongly in support of Ontario's plan to implement a cap-and-trade system similar to those enacted by Quebec and California. While the [read more]
New Hampshire Represents A Promising - And Largely Untapped - Solar Market
Vol. 2 | Issue 40 | April 16, 2015
by Max Lamson on 15 Apr 2015 email the content item print the content item
New Hampshire will never be mistaken as the Sunshine State, but, believe it or not, the Granite State is well positioned to join in the global solar power movement and [read more]
Revamped Solar Database Underscores The Primacy Of U.S. State Policies
Vol. 2 | Issue 39 | April 9, 2015
by Nora Caley on 08 Apr 2015 email the content item print the content item
The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center recently updated its Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE). The center, part of the College of Engineering at North Carolina [read more]
CSP Developer Says Making Plants As Products - Not Projects - Is Key To The Technology's Future
Vol. 2 | Issue 38 | March 4, 2015
by Michael Puttre on 05 Mar 2015 email the content item print the content item
Concentrating solar power (CSP) scored some significant wins in 2013 and 2014, contributing materially to the boom in utility-scale capacity in the U.S. At the same time, economics are seen [read more]
CESA Releases Residential Solar Financing Guide
Vol. 2 | Issue 37 | February 18, 2015
by SI Staff on 17 Feb 2015 email the content item print the content item
The Vermont-based Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) has released a new guide to residential solar photovoltaic system financing. The free online publication is intended to help homeowners make sound decisions [read more]
The Sun Also Sets: Regulators Consider West-Facing Incentives For Solar
Vol. 2 | Issue 36 | January 15, 2015
by Nora Caley on 14 Jan 2015 email the content item print the content item
Maybe solar modules have been facing the wrong way. The California Energy Commission's (CEC) New Solar Homes Partnership (NSHP) thinks they might be and is encouraging builders of new homes [read more]
New Money Coming Home: Investors Likely To Continue Backing Residential Solar In 2015
Vol. 2 | Issue 35 | December 18, 2014
by Michael Puttre on 17 Dec 2014 email the content item print the content item
Although many are dreading the sunset of the investment tax credit after 2016, some financial experts say this "kiss" from the government is causing many firms in the solar sector [read more]
Environmental Group Calls On Colorado To Aim Higher To Achieve More Aggressive Solar Growth
Vol. 2 | Issue 34 | December 11, 2014
by Nora Caley on 10 Dec 2014 email the content item print the content item
Colorado could get 20% of its energy from solar power by 2025. That's according to a new report by Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting [read more]
Seven Common Sales And Marketing Mistakes That Keep Solar Customers Away
Vol. 2 | Issue 33 | December 4, 2014
by James Tong & Benjamin Sigrin on 03 Dec 2014 email the content item print the content item
Getting homeowners to go solar is difficult - to say the least. It's expensive and time-consuming, and it's hard to predict who will go solar and why. We've been working [read more]
Keep Calm, Carry On And Watch The EPA Regulations Like A Hawk
Vol. 2 | Issue 32 | November 26, 2014
by Michael Puttre on 26 Nov 2014 email the content item print the content item
From a practical standpoint, the U.S.-China agreement on reducing carbon emissions, hailed by many as historic and "game-changing" probably will not have much effect on either nation's day-to-day progress toward [read more]
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