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Last year, Duke Energy paid out some $6 million to North Carolina customers in solar rebates, with more than 1,300 of its customers having...

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Italy-based Falck Renewables has this week closed a deal to acquire a 99% stake in a 92 megawatt solar PV project in North Carolina...

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Originally published on Solar Love. The overall economy of North Carolina is being “boosted” significantly thanks to the state’s growing solar energy industry, according...

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A North State Journal article on Duke Energy and solar was an anti-renewables PR hit piece funded by anti-renewables fossil fuel industry money in...

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Cyprus Creek Renewables has partnered with LG Electronics on what is the largest solar-plus-storage installation in the continental United States. The project is located...

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Solar companies created thousands of jobs on the back of a decades-old law. Now, the the state’s utility wants to rewrite it.

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A former landfill for the city of Charlotte is the site for a proposed new solar farm. The property has been idle for for...

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Originally published on EIA. North Carolina surpassed states with more favorable solar resources to become the state with the second-highest amount of installed utility-scale...

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Time to rise above the muddling, chaotic news in politics — or worse, confusing or horrifying stories dominating the mainstream news — and take another...

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To complement the big solar and wind project roundup I just published, here’s one focused on solar policy news. ACC Approves Tucson Electric Power’s...

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2015 was a good year for Duke Energy, as the company added 300 MW of PV solar in North Carolina. Four utility-scale projects were developed...

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