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Solar Poised to Drive Texas Coal Plants Offline

New utility-scale solar is poised to push much of the remaining coal-fired power fleet across Texas into retirement in the next few...

IHS Markit: Oil and Gas Operations Turn to Renewables

Oil and gas companies are starting to utilize zero-carbon sources to reduce carbon emissions associated with operations, according to a new database...

COVID-19 Results in the Construction of Fewer Solar Panels

The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in the construction of fewer new wind farms, solar panels and other facilities to produce renewable energy,...

Coal is Becoming Increasingly Difficult to Justify

New renewable energy is already cheaper than continuing to operate coal plants in much of the world, according to a recently released...

Inovateus Solar Begins Construction on LMU’s First Solar Project

Inovateus Solar has commenced construction on the first solar power plant in Logansport, Ind.Inovateus is developing the installation...

Idemitsu Renewables Closes on Debt Financing for California Solar Project

Idemitsu Renewables, a U.S.-based renewable energy business of Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd., has closed on debt financing for its 50 MWp Central...

Xcel Energy Proposes Minnesota Clean Energy Investments

Xcel Energy, a company that delivers clean energy solutions from a variety of renewable sources, has proposed one of the largest packages...

COVID-19 Continues to Devastate Clean Energy Jobs

More than 620,000 U.S. clean clean energy workers have lost their jobs since March, after 27,000 new workers filed unemployment claims in...

DER Market Positioned for Decade of High Growth

The rate of annual investment in distributed energy resources (DER) will increase by 75% by 2030, with the market set for a...

UMD Researchers Receive Grant to Examine Solar, Agriculture

Researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD) have been awarded nearly $500,000 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture and Food Research...