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Published on March 25th, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan


More Solar Records, Lowering Solar Customer Acquisition Costs… (Clean Energy Link Drop)

March 25th, 2015 by  

Get your clean electricity fixin’s here (after scrolling through our own clean electricity stories):

Solar Energy

Rooftop/Small-Scale Solar

  1. Make Cities Solar Hubs, Says Stanford Study
  2. New Homes Must Be Ready For Solar Panels Says San Diego
  3. SolarCity Hits Record 4GWh/Day Energy Generation
  4. SolarCity To Offer Integrated Microgrid System
  5. Bringing Solar Power To South Carolina (Also here: Smart Power & Solarize South Carolina Aims For 2,000 More Solar Homes in 18 Months)
  6. Lowering Solar Customer Acquisition Costs With Phones, Software and the Cloud
  7. Solar Powered LED Lights Can Brighten The World
  8. SolarCity Brings America’s Most Affordable Solar Loan to Maryland

Utility-Scale Solar Power Plants

  1. JinkoSolar to Supply 104 MW dc of PV Solar Modules for Utah Red Hills Renewable Park Project in The US
  2. Primrose Solar Signs 104MW Power Purchase Agreement with EDF Energy
  3. France Launches Fresh 120 MW Tender
  4. SPI to Develop 100 MW in Panama
  5. 500 MW of Solar Farm Projects in Great Demand as Tax Credits Go Away in 2016

Other Solar Stuff

  1. 7 Reasons To Own Solar Stocks Today
  2. How Europe’s Energy Grid Handled the 3-20-2015 Solar Eclipse
  3. Royalton YES! Team Wins Electric Car Competition, Works on Solar Trailer

Building Stuff

  1. Sustainability Key To Sydney Opera House
  2. New Titan Brick Is Environmentally Friendly

Climate Stuff

  1. ‘We only have one home’: Pharrell Williams Urges Action on Climate Change
  2. Florida State Employee Speaks Up after Being Ordered to Get Psych Exam for saying “Climate Change”
  3. Ted Cruz Compares Himself to Galileo, Calls Those Who Believe In Climate Change ‘Flat-Earthers’
  4. Scott Walker Deputy Admits Clean Energy States ‘Have A Competitive Advantage’

Other (or Combined) Topics

  1. Battery Storage Partnership Between Ideal Power & LG Chem
  2. New Geothermal Heat Pump Uses 50% Less Energy
  3. No More Big Power Plants? Civic Energy Could Provide Half Our Electricity by 2050
  4. Cookie-Cutter Koch Study In North Carolina Still Suffers From Same Errors, Plus Some New Ones
  5. The Invisible Hand (Never Picks Up the Check)
  6. Shenhua’s Bombshell Numbers Show China’s Coal Appetite Has Peaked
  7. BP Drops Out of Conservative ALEC Policy Group
  8. Second Annual eLab Accelerator Kicks Off This Week
  9. How Do You Figure Out The Efficiency of a Motor and Drive?
  10. Forget Utility 2.0—the Power Sector Needs ‘Regulation of the Future’
  11. Energy Union Overstates Share of Nuclear



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is tryin' to help society help itself one word at a time. He spends most of his time here on CleanTechnica as its director, chief editor, and CEO. Zach is recognized globally as an electric vehicle, solar energy, and energy storage expert. He has presented about cleantech at conferences in India, the UAE, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, the USA, Canada, and Curaçao. Zach has long-term investments in NIO [NIO], Tesla [TSLA], and Xpeng [XPEV]. But he does not offer (explicitly or implicitly) investment advice of any sort.

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