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US Solar Sector Employed 231,000 Workers in 2020

The U.S. solar industry employed 231,474 workers in 2020, a 6.7% drop from 2019. The dip was a direct impact of the Covid-19 pandemic...

KP Group is moving fast in the solar sector, receiving another large order of 12.50 MW CPP

KPI Global Infrastructure Limited (KPIGIL), the leading solar energy company from Gujarat, has bagged a 12.50 MW solar power project under the Captive Power...

SECI Seeks Land for a 100 MW Solar Project in Chhattisgarh

The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has invited bids to select land banks and parcels to set up a 100 MW solar project...

ERCOT sees adequate resources to meet record-setting summer electricity demand

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) said it expects record-breaking electric demand this summer due to hot and dry conditions and continued economic...

EU finances 100 MW solar plant in Uzbekistan

EU lender the European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide half the finance package for a 100 MW, €87.4 million solar plant planned near Samarkand,...

Perovskites stick together for better performance

Having proved their potential for high efficiency and low-cost manufacturing, perovskite solar cells have caught the eye of manufacturers, and already made significant progress...

Italy could double PV capacity by 2025, says PI Berlin

Italy could double its solar PV plant capacity in the next three years, said Giuseppe Farinato, new Business Development Manager for Italy at PI...

In a surprise vote, Arizona utility regulators reject a clean energy plan

Regulators in Arizona voted down new rules that would have required most of the state’s electricity providers to get all of their power from...

Role of distributed solar at issue in California’s net metering update

Now that California gets over 22% of its electricity from solar, the state is again revising its compensation scheme for newly installed distributed solar. Key...

Pattern of ‘decide-announce-defend’ for rural solar must change, researchers say

Solar power developers need to explore using lower quality agricultural land for solar energy, incentivize dual-use options, avoid concentrated solar development, and engage communities,...

U.S. solar jobs fell 7 per cent in 2020 on pandemic, efficiency gains

Jobs in the U.S. solar industry fell nearly 7 per cent last year due to work restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic and large...

Israeli firm produces solar technology in India for project in UAE

The Israeli embassy on Thursday said a partnership has been initiated by the International Federation of Indo-Israel Chambers of Commerce (IFIICC) through which an...

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GAF Energy will bring manufacturing of its low-profile solar roofing system to California

Roof-integrated solar product provider GAF Energy has leased a 112,000-sq.-ft facility in San Jose, California, that will serve as an R&D center and eventually manufacturing facility....

Standard Solar, Pivot Energy develop 4-MW Colorado solar project portfolio

Community solar developer Pivot Energy and Standard Solar have developed three new community solar projects in Colorado. Two projects are located in Garfield County...

IREC announces new online renewable energy training program for building, safety officials

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) announced the launch of a three-year, $2.1 million project, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of...

SnapNrack’s rail-less solar roof mount first to receive Miami-Dade product approval

SnapNrack has earned Miami-Dade County’s Notice of Acceptance (NOA) of integrated flashing technology with its SpeedSeal solar rooftop attachments and the RL Universal Roof...