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Who really benefits from solar net metering?

Solar powered homeowners help everyone in their community through net metering, even their neighbors who still depend on the grid.

Transmission and RTOs play a pivotal role in a clean energy future

Guess what?  America is on the road to a clean energy transformation. Our lives and our economy are becoming more electrified, and cleaner, as a result of the growth of renewable energy generation. In...

Ameren planning 6-MW community solar project in Missouri

Missouri utility regulators have approved construction plans for what will be Ameren’s largest-ever solar power farm in the state. Ameren Missouri will build the new energy center in Montgomery County about 70 miles west of St....

PPAs in place for Indiana Crossroads wind and solar parks

The PPA will enable the construction of the 204-MW Indiana Crossroads II Wind Farm and the 200-MW Indiana Crossroads Solar Park both in White County
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Pennsylvania government to source 50% of annual consumption from in-state solar

Sited across six Pennsylvania counties, 191 MW of solar projects expected to help state reduce its carbon emissions by more than 157,000 metric tons annually  Constellation, an Exelon company and a competitive energy provider, and...

The North American Development Bank emerges as financier of renewable energy in the U.S.-Mexico...

by Linda Allen, PhD, PE The North American Development bank, based in San Antonio, TX, has emerged as an unlikely but important source of financing for renewable energy projects in the U.S.-Mexico border region, a...

Rhode Island Airport Corporation to be powered with solar energy

Installed on a former corn field, Ameresco’s Tiverton’s solar energy site comprises over 12,000 modules with an electricity generation capacity of 4.95 MW.

Solar-powered remote grid will help California utility customers stay powered up during fire season

The first operational remote grid for California’s largest investor-owned utility will be made up of an integrated solar, battery, and generator system. If it works, the plan will be to roll out several hundred more across the state.

FERC Order 2222-A continues to be good news for renewable project developers

States with demand response programs no longer have the ability to opt-out similar to DERA order 2222.

A new plan is underway to equip ‘super rural’ households in Malawai with pay-as-you-go...

SolarAid will equip every household in Ntchisi, a largely off-grid district in central Malawi, with pay-as-you-go solar home systems and provide access to a period of free lighting.