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Risk Assessment And Reduction Will Attract Capital To C&I Solar
Vol. 2 | Issue 50 | July 23, 2015
by Nathan Homan on 22 Jul 2015 email the content item print the content item
Solar is booming. Although it used to be an unwieldy source of energy that was both expensive and confusing, recent technological advances and creative ownership structures have made photovoltaic power [read more]
Solar Rates Of Deployment Depend On Rate Design
Vol. 2 | Issue 49 | July 16, 2015
by Nora Caley on 15 Jul 2015 email the content item print the content item
Reports of the utility death spiral have been greatly exaggerated. That was one of the findings of a recent report entitled "Net Metering and Market Feedback Loops: Exploring the [read more]
Master Limited Partnerships Could Attract New Capital To Solar - Someday
Vol. 2 | Issue 48 | July 9, 2015
by Michael Puttre on 09 Jul 2015 email the content item print the content item
In June, a bipartisan quartet of U.S. senators and representatives re-introduced legislation aimed at making renewable energy projects eligible under master limited partnership (MLP) tax rules. The purpose of the [read more]
Utilities Discovering Generational Response To Electric Service And Solar
Vol. 2 | Issue 47 | July 2, 2015
by Nora Caley on 01 Jul 2015 email the content item print the content item
Millennials are now starting their own households, which means they are paying their own electric bills. That creates opportunities for utilities that know how to target this tech-savvy age group. [read more]
Emerging Economies Find Distributed Generation Solar A Perfect Fit
Vol. 2 | Issue 46 | May 28, 2015
by Nora Caley on 27 May 2015 email the content item print the content item
As developing nations build their energy infrastructures, many are turning to renewables instead of traditional fossil fuel technologies. That's according to a new report from the Washington, D.C.-based Pew Charitable [read more]
Standard Solar Turns Shade Into Gold With Carport Projects
Vol. 2 | Issue 45 | May 21, 2015
by Michael Puttre on 20 May 2015 email the content item print the content item
Rockville, Md.-based Standard Solar has installed a 930 kW photovoltaic power system with rooftop and carport arrays at the Upper Marlboro, Md., headquarters of Melwood, a nonprofit organization that creates [read more]
Standard & Poor's Fine-Tunes Ratings Methodology For Solar Energy Projects
Vol. 2 | Issue 44 | May 14, 2015
by Michael Puttre on 13 May 2015 email the content item print the content item
In a recent report, Standard & Poor's (S&P) Ratings Services says the convergence of less costly renewable energy technologies and a global consensus on the desirability of clean energy is [read more]
Virtual Sunrise: Entrepreneurs See New Business Opportunities In Shared Solar
Vol. 2 | Issue 43 | May 7, 2015
by Nora Caley on 07 May 2015 email the content item print the content item
Virtual net metering has not only made solar power available to more consumers, it has also created opportunities for entrepreneurs to develop new business models. With virtual net metering, electricity [read more]
Hybrid Developers Seek A Winning Combination
Vol. 2 | Issue 42 | April 30, 2015
by Michael Mascioni on 29 Apr 2015 email the content item print the content item
The promise to combine renewables, conventional sources and storage is attracting innovators from many markets. A number of factors have created more favorable conditions for hybrid energy. Changing economics for [read more]
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]
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