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Innergex Closes on the Hillcrest Solar PV Project

Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. has closed the construction financing, tax equity commitment and a seven-year term loan facility for the 200 MW...

CRES Pens Letter to Congress Seeking Clean Energy Stimulus

To preserve and grow the U.S. workforce and economy following the devastating impact of COVID-19, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) has...

COVID-19 Impacts California’s Solar+Storage Industry

COVID-19 has negatively impacted 92% of California’s solar+storage companies. Half of the affected companies reported the impact to be extremely negative, and...

Raycatch Launches DeepSolar 2.5 Diagnostics Platform

Raycatch, a start-up that has developed an AI-driven digital asset management system that automates and optimizes solar PV assets, has released its...

U.S. Light Energy Completes Denmark Community Solar Project

U.S. Light Energy, a New York solar energy company specializing in the development of solar electric and community solar systems, along with...

Solar Landscape, Edison Job Corps Launch Online Training Program

Solar Landscape, a New Jersey developer, designer, installer and owner of commercial and community solar projects, has completed its first online Solar...

NorthWestern Seeking Renewable Generation RFPs in Montana

NorthWestern Energy has issued a Community Renewable Energy Project (CREP) request for proposals (RFP) seeking additional small renewable generation owned or developed...

Dominion Quadruples Renewable Energy Generation in New IRP

In just one year, Dominion Energy Virginia has quadrupled the amount of solar and wind generation in its 15-year, long-term integrated resource...

Dane County Regional Airport Solar Project Receives Regulatory Approval

Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) has received approval from the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin for an agreement to partner with Dane...

Global Energy Demand Plunges due to COVID-19

The Covid-19 pandemic represents the biggest shock to the global energy system in more than seven decades, with the drop in demand...