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Solar News Roundup

Some more solar news for your reading pleasure: Spain PV Tariff Did Not Increase 2012 Tariff Deficit Solar3D Moving Towards Manufacturing Prototype SolarCity Litigation Update City of Sacramento and SolarCity Announce Completion of Solar Projects at Two City Water Treatment Plants 170 MW Of New Solar PV Capacity Installed In … [continued]

Solar Provides NJ, Pennsylvania Residents Bang For Their Buck (More Than 2:1 Return): Report

  A new report released by Clean Power Research for the Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association (MSEIA) and the Pennsylvania Solar Energy Industries Association (PASEIA) suggests solar energy gives customers quite a deal. The Clean Power Research report notes that solar electricity provides a premium value of $150 to $200 per MWh (or … [continued]

Governor Chris Christie Strengthens NJ Solar Industry

When New Jersey’s Republican Governor Chris Christie ran for office in 2009, he campaigned very aggressively on his belief in the value of renewable energy. Yesterday, Christie backed up that belief by signing a bill into law that will help expand and stabilize New Jersey’s robust solar industry. For Christie, expanding the solar industry … [continued]

Clean Tech Week in Review: 10 Headline News Stories

Google made a big news splash this week, announcing it was partnering with KKR to invest in four California solar power projects, but that was only one of many newsworthy stories that broke. Among them are plans to develop an East Coast grid to carry power from offshore wind farms, BP Solar quitting the business after 40 years, a second German solar power industry player filing for insolvency and a second solar investment by Warren Buffet and Berkshire Hathaway’s Mid-American Energy.