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Solaria Launches Lawsuit Over Solar Module Technology

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 18, 2017

Solar module manufacturer Solaria Corp. has filed a lawsuit against Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System Co. Ltd., Seraphim Solar USA Manufacturing Inc., and Suzhou Autoway System Co. Ltd. in Federal District Court for the Northern District of California. In the lawsuit, [Read More]

A National First: Md. Legislature Passes Energy Storage Tax Credits

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 17, 2017

Maryland is “charging ahead” and embracing a new type of incentive for storage technology, according to the Energy Storage Alliance.

Minnesota Power, National Guard Cut Ribbon On Solar Project

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 17, 2017

Last Thursday, utility Minnesota Power and the Minnesota National Guard cut the ribbon on a 10 MW solar project at Camp Ripley in Morrison County. Minnesota Power, a division of Allete Inc., built the solar array under a memorandum of [Read More]

Albuquerque Officials Reveal Major Solar Plan For City Buildings

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 17, 2017

On Saturday, Albuquerque, N.M., City Councilors Pat Davis and Isaac Benton announced the city is taking the first steps to install over $25 million worth of solar projects on municipal buildings. This will be the first phase in fulfilling the [Read More]

Community College District To Benefit From On-Campus Solar

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 17, 2017

ForeFront Power and the State Center Community College District (SCCCD) in California have partnered to build 7.5 MW of solar canopy systems across five campuses in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Reedley. According to ForeFront Power, the solar portfolio will support [Read More]

APS Maps Out Cleaner Future For Arizona Grid

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 13, 2017

Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) says its customers will benefit from increasingly clean, reliable and affordable energy – and a smarter, stronger energy grid – through steps outlined in the utility’s 2017 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). The result of a [Read More]

NREL Reclaims World Record For Solar Hydrogen Production

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 13, 2017

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have recaptured the record for highest efficiency in solar hydrogen production via a photoelectrochemical (PEC) water-splitting process. According to NREL, the new solar-to-hydrogen (STH) efficiency record is [Read More]

Duke Energy Plans Renewables Growth As Part Of Grid Modernization

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 13, 2017

Duke Energy has launched a $13 billion, 10-year initiative to modernize North Carolina’s electric system. Among the goals of the “Power/Forward Carolinas” project is expanding renewable energy in the state. According to Duke Energy, other plans include hardening the system [Read More]

BNEF: Clean Energy Investment Market Was A Mixed Bag In Q1

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 12, 2017

Global clean energy investment totaled $53.6 billion in the first quarter of this year (Q1’17), down 17% from Q1’16 but only 7% lower than the final quarter of last year, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). [Read More]

Demand Energy Building Microgrid At NYC Apartment Complex

Posted by Joseph Bebon on April 12, 2017

Demand Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Enel Green Power North America, has started construction on the company’s microgrid at Marcus Garvey Village, a mixed-income apartment complex in New York City owned by L+M Development Partners. According to Demand Energy, [Read More]