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Navigating the ever-changing solar regulatory landscape by identifying constraints on solar developments is critical.
Project Symphony will investigate the use of distributed energy resources in Western Australia’s energy market.
The state’s latest three-year energy efficiency plan would include new provisions to increase outreach and expand program eligibility for lower-income households and residents of color.
Two years after opening the gates for small-scale renewable development in Maine, officials now have to figure out how to situate new projects in prime spots on the grid.
A stakeholder group tasked with helping lawmakers incentivize distributed generation and plan grid upgrades is expected to issue its first of two reports by Jan. 1.
Americans support climate change policies, especially those that give them incentives and clean up the energy supply
Incentives like rebates for insulation or allowing homeowners to sell energy from solar panels were more popular than taxing for excess energy use.
A study published in the current issue of Solar Energy shows that Connecticut could generate more than a third of the state’s annual electricity consumption with solar canopies built over large, existing parking lots.
The American Solar Manufacturers Against Chinese Circumvention said that the group could resubmit its petition to satisfy the concerns expressed by Commerce.
The U.S. Dept. of Commerce has rejected an antidumping tariff petition brought by a group of anonymous domestic solar manufacturers against solar modules imported from three Southeast Asian countries. Members of the American Solar Manufacturers Against Chinese Circumvention (A-SMACC) claimed that Chinese crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells and modules were being completed in Malaysia, Thailand, or Vietnam before being exported to […]
A new report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, “An Examination of the Hydropower Licensing and Federal Authorization Process,” reveals ways to streamline the licensing process for hydroelectric projects. As oil supplies plummeted in the early 1970s, prices skyrocketed. Congress compelled electricity companies to buy local hydroelectric energy at luxurious prices, launching a frenzy to build small hydropower. But the […]