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From Rwanda to Riverside, California: How the US solar industry gave opportunities to an immigrant entrepreneur

For Methode Maniraguha, consolidation in the solar industry – most recently illustrated in the U.S. by Sunrun’s acquisition of Vivint Solar – does not...

City of Tampa is looking at rooftop solar

Tampa may be getting new solar arrays downtown in the near future. Whit Remer, the city’s new sustainability and resilience officer, said he is looking...

New York Power Authority seeks developers to install solar at 46 NYC public schools and other municipal sites

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) announced the planned installation of up to...

MaineHealth commits to solar power for half of its energy needs

MaineHealth has reached agreements to purchase power from three solar electric developers in a plan that’s expected to cut the health care system’s annual...

Largest solar installation in Pittsburgh will soon be complete, powering Mill 19 at Hazelwood Green

In another first for Mill 19 at Hazelwood Green, crews have placed the final solar panels on the largest single sloped solar array in...

US Solar Plants Now Expected to Run for More Than 30 Years: Berkeley Lab

Big solar plants are getting cheaper to run and expectations for their useful operational lives keep getting longer, according to a new survey of U.S....

Pine Gate Renewables and Silver Creek Energy join forces for new solar development company

Solar developers Pine Gate Renewables and Silver Creek Energy have entered into a joint venture to develop, finance and build utility-scale solar projects. The...

Avista seeks RFPs for renewable energy projects up to 120 MW

Avista is seeking proposals from renewable energy project developers who are capable of constructing, owning and operating projects up to 120 MWAC, whether through one...

Inovateus Solar to build 16-MW, pollinator-friendly solar project for Indiana city

Inovateus Solar has commenced construction of Logansport, Indiana’s, first-ever solar power plant. Inovateus is developing the installation for Logansport Municipal Utility (LMU). Financed by...

Q Cells, Enphase launch AC module

Module manufacturer Hanwha Q Cells and micro-inverter manufacturer Enphase have announced a partnership to produce and sell AC modules. Shipping will start in the U.S. market...

Sterling and Wilson Solar Solutions bags largest solar power project in US

Sterling and Wilson Solar Solutions (SWSS), the US subsidiary of Sterling and Wilson Solar (SWSL) has been awarded a contract to construct 194 MW ...

Navajo County approves expansion of massive solar power plant

The Navajo County Board of supervisors this week approved the expansion from 3,000 to 4,000 acres of a massive solar energy power generating field. The...

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ComEd report finds investments in residential solar, energy efficiency benefit all customers

ComEd this week reported to the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) that residential customers are receiving savings and clean energy benefits from the Future Energy...

New Solar Access Act aims to implement automated solar permitting in most California cities

Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) introduced SB 617, the Solar Access Act. SB 617 implements automated solar permitting in local jurisdictions with over 10,000...

Biden administration restores amendments to Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan

California Energy Commissioner Karen Douglas released the following statement in response to the U.S. Department of Interior’s decision to revoke amendments to the Desert...

Missouri legislature considers taxing solar-powered households and businesses

The Missouri Solar Energy Industries Association (MOSEIA) announces that the state’s upcoming HB539 and SB178 bills, which seek to modify the state’s net-metering program,...