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Bureau Of Land Management Aims To Deploy More Solar On Public Desert Land
Vol. 2 | Issue 4 | April 24, 2014
on 23 Apr 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
On April 7, the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approved the Ocotillo Sol Solar Project, a 20 MW photovoltaic project that will be located on [read more]
Solar Monetization Option Challenges Third-Party Ownership Assumptions
Vol. 2 | Issue 3 | April 17, 2014
on 16 Apr 2014 by Mark Del Franco email the content item print the content item
While third-party ownership (TPO) represents much of the growth in residential photovoltaic installations, several factors may be starting to inject a few new wrinkles into the home solar market. The [read more]
Consider Individual PPA Investors To Finance Your Light-Commercial Solar Projects
Vol. 2 | Issue 2 | April 10, 2014
on 09 Apr 2014 by Zach Rubin email the content item print the content item
Look out the window on your next flight into your average city and you will witness first-hand the vast potential for light-commercial solar. A glimpse of just a small segment [read more]
SfunCube Gets Solar Start-Ups Rolling
Vol. 2 | Issue 1 | April 3, 2014
on 02 Apr 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
Oakland, Calif.-based SfunCube wants to be a different kind of business incubator. Some entrepreneurial support programs might house cupcake bakers and software companies in the same building and mandate that [read more]
How Distributed Energy Resources Affect U.S. Capacity Markets
Vol. 1 | Issue 52 | March 27, 2014
on 26 Mar 2014 by Samir Succar email the content item print the content item
The future of the utility industry has become a central focus for many as the sector grapples with several existential threats. Among the chief threats looming on the horizon is [read more]
Safeguarding Solar Power Innovation Through Reliability Testing
Vol. 1 | Issue 51 | March 20, 2014
on 19 Mar 2014 by Evelyn Butler & Ken Boyce email the content item print the content item
A recent report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) states the third quarter of last year was the second largest quarter in the history of the U.S. solar market [read more]
Military Veterans Finding A Friendly Welcome In The U.S. Solar Sector
Vol. 1 | Issue 50 | March 13, 2014
on 12 Mar 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
Solar companies are hiring military veterans at a higher rate than other U.S. employers. That's according to a new report from Operation Free and The Solar Foundation (TSF). The report, [read more]
Solar Venture Capital Is Down But Still On The Make
Vol. 1 | Issue 49 | March 6, 2014
on 05 Mar 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
Solar is attracting less venture capital than it once did. But don't panic. According to Joel Serface, managing director of Brightman Energy LLC, much of the decrease in costs is [read more]
ITC And THC In The Air At Solar Power Colorado
Vol. 1 | Issue 48 | February 27, 2014
on 26 Feb 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
It seemed natural to wonder how solar power might factor in the newly legalized marijuana business at the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association's (COSEIA) Solar Power Colorado conference this week. [read more]
Democratization Of Solar Power Refutes Net Metering Critics
Vol. 1 | Issue 47 | February 20, 2014
on 19 Feb 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
Rooftop solar is a middle-class phenomenon, and that could help solar advocates win the net-energy metering debate. That's according to a study by the Washington, D.C.-based Center for American Progress [read more]
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