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New Jersey Community Solar Program Receives Record Number of Applicants

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) has received a record 410 applications to participate in Year 2 of its Community Solar Energy...

SolarWindow Achieves Record-Setting Power Conversion Efficiency

SolarWindow Technologies Inc., a developer of transparent liquid coatings and processes for generating electricity on glass and plastics, says it has more than doubled...

DOE Intends to Slash Cost of Solar by Sixty Percent in Next Decade

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) says it intends cut the cost of solar energy by 60% within the next 10 years, in addition...

Los Angeles Can Achieve 100 Percent Renewable Electricity by 2035

Meeting Los Angeles’ ambitious goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2045 - or even 2035 - is achievable with the rapid deployment of wind,...

Solar FlexRack Supplies Trackers for Largest U.S. Agrivoltaic Research Project

Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals that specializes in photovoltaic mounting and solar tracker solutions, says it has supplied its TDP Turnkey...

New UL Tool Helps Developers Optimize Renewable Power Systems

HOMER Energy by UL, a developer of energy modeling software, has unveiled its newest service - HOMER Front + UL Analysis.  The new capability helps...

NREL Releases Online Tool to Expedite Solar Permitting

Distributed solar photovoltaic prices have plummeted over the past decade, but non-equipment soft costs such as permitting, inspection and interconnection (PII) remain high.  PII review...

California Legislator Introduces the Solar Access Act

California State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, has introduced SB 617, the Solar Access Act.  SB 617 implements automated solar permitting in local California jurisdictions...

Standard Solar Adds 17 Community Solar Projects to Portfolio

Standard Solar Inc., a company that specializes in the development, funding, ownership and operation of commercial and community solar assets, in a partnership with...

Expanding Transmission Across Eastern U.S. Supports Least-Cost Electricity Sector

By enabling more transmission across the Eastern U.S., there could be an almost entirely decarbonized electricity sector that employs 6 million more Americans and...

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