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Sharp Momentum Shift On Anti-Solar Amendment 1 In Florida

November 3rd, 2016 | by Cynthia Shahan

CleanTechnica has written a series of articles about the deceptive wording on Florida's Amendment 1, which is meant to slow the Sunshine State's rooftop solar growth and even penalize it. A new press release from the US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) suggests that the big utilities are playing hardball now to keep up the deception


Dumping Solar: Downstream U.S. Solar PV Businesses Join CASM, Case Against China’s Unfair Trade Practices

May 10th, 2012 | by Andrew

The membership of CASM, which has field unfair trade petitions against China, has grown to 202 U.S. solar PV businesses employing some 17,000. More than 85% aren'tt solar PV manufacturers-- they're actively providing a full range of solar PV products and services, from solar PV sales and installation and systems integration to product distribution, finance and legal services


Pennsylvania Considers Raising Renewable Energy Target after Solar Demand Surge

April 11th, 2012 | by Andrew

Pennsylvania House legislators are considering a bill that would speed up the rate at which utilities are required to add solar power capacity to their distribution systems in an effort to avoid a "boom, bust, boom cycle" following a surge in solar energy systems demand that has already seen installed solar PV capacity grow to more than 3x the state's 2020 target


Being Bullish on Solar

July 14th, 2011 | by Tom Schueneman

SunPower's Julie Blunden explains why now is a great time to be bullish on solar. If you're thinking about how solar was a few years ago, or even a few months, you're missing the good news. Solar has arrived


SunScience a Game Changer in Delivering Solar Energy Benefits to Farmers, Off-Grid Communities & Disaster Areas

June 2nd, 2011 | by David L Roberts

When you think of solar energy, you tend to think of decades-old, inefficient photovoltaic panels delivering electricity. You think of them in fixed positions on the ground in massive utility-scale arrays and on rooftops of businesses, government buildings, and homes. Think again, because SunScience has developed as the flagship of their product line a "hybrid" solar system called DG1 that integrates both concentrated and thermal solar power for a highly efficient energy footprint.



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