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CCSA: Massachusetts Solar Regulations Would Cancel Clean Energy Projects

New clean energy regulations in Massachusetts could have the unintended consequence of canceling nearly 80 solar energy projects at a time when...

Hawaiian Electric Selects AES DE to Develop PV Projects

AES Distributed Energy (AES DE), a developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) and solar+storage facilities, has been selected by Hawaiian Electric to develop...

Clean Energy Industries Commit to a Majority Renewables Grid

Within a decade, more than half of the electricity generated in the U.S. will come from clean, renewable resources supported by energy...

DEPCOM Begins Construction on Virginia Solar Plant

DEPCOM Power Inc., a company that specializes in utility-scale solar projects, has begun construction on the Altavista Solar plant near Lynch Station,...

COVID-19 Strangles Global Energy Investment

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the largest drop in global energy investment in history, with spending expected to plunge in every major...

Schletter Group Relocates to New Manufacturing Plant

Schletter Group, an international manufacturer of solar-mounting systems, has relocated its Shanghai site to a new plant in the city.

Sunrun Introduces Brightbox to Nevada, Colorado

Sunrun Inc., a U.S.-based home solar, battery storage and energy services company, says it is introducing its Brightbox rechargeable solar battery system...

CanSIA, CanWEA Form the Canadian Renewable Energy Association

The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) and the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) have partnered to form the Canadian Renewable Energy Association...

Energy Storage Industry Expected to Rebound in 2021

Despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, the medium-term future for the global energy storage industry remains bright. Frost & Sullivan's...

COVID-19 Stunts Solar Job Growth

The U.S. solar industry will employ 114,000 fewer workers by June, compared to previous forecasts that projected the industry would employ 302,000...