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CleanChoice Energy Helps Small Businesses Switch To 100% Clean Energy

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 13, 2017

CleanChoice Energy has launched CleanChoice Small Business, a new service that will allow small businesses to make the switch to 100% clean energy with no upfront investment, setup fees or installation. According to the company, the service means that small [Read More]

Session Recaps From Intersolar/ees North America In San Francisco

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Written by Intersolar/ees North America Press Service on July 13, 2017

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.

Solar Led Clean Energy Investment Rebound In Q2

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 07, 2017

The financing of two huge solar photovoltaic projects in the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) helped to drive a recovery in global clean energy investment to $64.8 billion in the second quarter of this year (Q2’17), the highest for any quarter [Read More]

California Will Host Global Summit Focused On Paris Agreement

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 07, 2017

Gov. Jerry Brown, D-Calif., has announced the state of California will convene the world’s climate leaders in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit in September 2018. Brown made the announcement Thursday – on the eve of the G20 [Read More]

Mass Solar Connect Program Helps Massachusetts Consumers Shop Around

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 07, 2017

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) recently partnered with nonprofit Mass Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy) and Boston-based EnergySage to administer the 2017 Mass Solar Connect program, which aims to educate and help consumers go solar and level the playing [Read More]

Report: Distributed Energy Resources Challenge The Traditional Utility Model

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 06, 2017

Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly have released the second edition of “State & Future of the Power Industry,” a report exploring the current status and future of the electric utility industry. Navigant says key findings from this year’s report highlight [Read More]

Groups Launch ‘Solar XL’ Campaign Against Keystone XL Pipeline

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 06, 2017

Bold Nebraska, 350.org, Indigenous Environmental Network, CREDO, and Oil Change International have launched a campaign, called “Solar XL,” to build solar arrays along the route of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska. The groups claim the solar panels, which [Read More]

Unfinished Nuclear Plant Site Repurposed With Solar Farm

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 06, 2017

The site of an unfinished nuclear power plant in Tennessee has been newly energized – with solar power. North Carolina-based Birdseye Renewable Energy recently partnered with Georgia-based United Renewable Energy to design and construct a 1 MW solar farm at [Read More]

County Completes Solar Project At Correctional Facility

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 06, 2017

Montgomery County, Md., Executive Isiah Leggett and other local officials have marked completion of a solar project at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility. According to a press release, the project includes two ground-mounted arrays and one rooftop array and is [Read More]

SolarEdge Inverter Lineup Now Available With UL 1741 SA Certification

Posted by Joseph Bebon on July 06, 2017

SolarEdge Technologies Inc., a provider of PV inverters, power optimizers and module-level monitoring services, has announced that all of its single-phase and three-phase inverters are certified to comply with UL 1741 SA as outlined in CPUC Rule 21. As of [Read More]