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Like it or not, policymakers in some US states are unable to stem the solar power tide as Lightsource bp joins forces with leading...

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As more new solar technologies come available, the utility industry is pedaling furiously to stop them from disrupting their business model.

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The wolf is always at the door for rooftop solar. This time, FPL aims to crush solar choice and solar jobs once and for...

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In 2022, we expect 46.1 gigawatts (GW) of new utility-scale electric generating capacity to be added to the U.S. power grid, according to our...

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Consumer attitudes towards domestic solar energy systems often pose barriers to widespread solar adoption. What can be done to help people understand the local...

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In the state of Washington, advocates hope that the third time’s the charm for passing community solar legislation. For this episode of the Local Energy...

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iSun has won a massive solar canopy order. But who’s buying? There are not many things I love more than a solar power canopy...

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Below are three short summaries of recent renewable energy and climate-related news from NexusMedia. World’s Largest Floating Solar Array Comes Online In Shandong Province...

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NREL Embarks on Two-Year, SETO-Funded Computational Modeling Project High wind loads increase structural design costs of concentrating solar power (CSP) collector structures, such as...

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GAF Energy has begun offering its Timberline solar shingles in selected US states.

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A former coal mine in Kentucky is being transformed into a solar power plant, but not everyone in the community is happy about it.

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