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GAF Energy announces “nailable” home solar shingles

GAF Energy announces “nailable” home solar shingles

The new product is called Timberline Solar. GAF said shingles are installed like a traditional roof “with only a nail gun required.”
Lightsource bp lines up financing for 480 MW of solar capacity

Lightsource bp lines up financing for 480 MW of solar capacity

The deal allows work to begin on 480 MW of solar energy capacity.
Federal lease offer could spur up to 7 GW of offshore wind

Federal lease offer could spur up to 7 GW of offshore wind

The lease is the Biden Administration's first for offshore wind energy.
10 reasons to reject NEM 3.0 in California

10 reasons to reject NEM 3.0 in California

A noted economist offers his top reasons why the draft rules should be rejected.
4 techniques to mitigate risks on offshore wind projects

4 techniques to mitigate risks on offshore wind projects

Wind energy project development and risk mitigation.
Tidal energy shows great potential: Bureau Veritas

Tidal energy shows great potential: Bureau Veritas

Bureau Veritas said it welcomed the UK government’s plans to invest in the tidal energy industry, suggesting that tidal stream electricity has the potential to become one of the most viable and reliable sources of renewable energy in the world. The government investment is part of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, which invites renewable energy companies from across Britain […]
Appalachian Power plan would add solar, wind and energy storage

Appalachian Power plan would add solar, wind and energy storage

The utility's plan would help it meet clean energy mandates.
PosiGen closes $100 million finance package

PosiGen closes $100 million finance package

Proceeds will help the company expand to new states.
Evergy plans to add solar capacity

Evergy plans to add solar capacity

Solar subscribers are earmarked for half of the plant's capacity.
A 21st-century reinvention of the electric grid is crucial for solving the climate change crisis

A 21st-century reinvention of the electric grid is crucial for solving the climate change crisis

With the planet facing increasingly intense heat waves, drought, wildfires and storms, a path to tackle the climate crisis became clear: Transition the electric grid to carbon-free wind and solar and convert most other fossil fuel users in transportation, buildings and industry to electricity.