Spain Moves to Prevent a Second Solar Bubble

Grid-connection applications for solar projects are rising by 15 gigawatts a month in a country with 40 gigawatts of [...]

India: The Tussle Between Andhra Gov’t and Renewable Energy Producers

The problem started when Andhra Chief Minister Jagan said that he would review and re-negotiate power purchase agreements made [...]

Maryland Gov. Hogan Launches Task Force to Tackle Conflicts Over Solar, Wind Energy Projects

Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday that he would launch a task force to examine conflicts over renewable energy projects, [...]

US Solar Executives Break Down the Odds of an ITC Extension

The chances of an ITC extension have improved, though it still looks like an uphill battle, solar executives say. [...]

Croatia: From Incentives to Premiums Until Renewable Energy Target is Reached

With its 36.4% renewable energy target, set under its National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP), Croatia is one of [...]

Hawaii’s Trailblazing Solar Market Continues to Struggle Without Net Metering

National market leader Sunrun has seen its PV permits tumble in Hawaii, echoing broader problems for the market. Is [...]

Maine’s Renewable Energy Subsidy Program Seeks Supporters in South Portland, ME

Maine Green Power targets the city as the next area to expand the state’s effort to subsidize renewable energy [...]

Zimbabwe’s Struggle for Solar

After several year of stalled and failed projects, Zimbabwe’s government is now seeking to implement existing projects, and to [...]

Massachusetts Looks to Follow California with Solar Mandate for New Homes

A pair of bills would require solar panels on new buildings but include exemptions for shaded or nonviable properties.  [...]

Double Tax Hits Slows Renewable-Energy Development in Rhode Island

Richmond is the latest Rhode Island community to struggle with utility-scale solar arrays. The municipality is one of several [...]