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Shell & Others Invest $70 Million Into Sonnen

May 28th, 2018 | by Nicolas Zart

A highly accomplished grid-edge startup, Sonnen, has just received a significant investment from European energy giant Royal Dutch Shell. The investment will help it to develop its U.S. and Australian solar + storage market share


10 Top Solar Stories

February 26th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan

I’ve got a problem. I want you to read every important cleantech story that I see, or at least the [&hellip


Stimulus to Power Asia-Pacific Solar PV Demand to New Heights in Q4

August 28th, 2012 | by Andrew

A confluence of solar PV stimulus programs will power 80% growth in the Asia-Pacific region in Q4 2012, as demand shifts from Europe to emerging solar PV markets around the world, according to an NPD SolarBuzz forecast. Solar PV capacity is surging in major economic zones around the world, but government incentive programs in China, India, and Japan will make the APAC region the fastest growing.


Clean Links (13 Stories)

April 9th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

  Solar News   1. Fort Hood and Universal Services Fort Hood Inc. have turned on a solar field of nearly [&hellip


Mapping Solar PV CLEAN Contracts in the U.S.

August 25th, 2011 | by John Farrell

The price of solar is dropping fast, opening new opportunities for community-scale renewable energy across the country. But despite the improving economics and tremendously sunnier skies, the United States lags far behind Germany in installing new solar power. The biggest difference is policy. The U.S. has two major federal incentives (a 30% tax credit and accelerated depreciation) for solar power, and a few state programs for solar power. Germany and most other developed countries use a feed-in tariff for renewable energy, a policy responsible for three-quarters of the world’s solar power capacity



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