EU Green Recovery Plan Could Support 2.3 GW of Spanish Solar Project Capacity

U.K. consultant EY has spelled out investment projects across the EU which would be in line for support from [...]

Vermont Installers Worry About Changes to State Net-Metering and Federal Tax Credits

A developer says that changes to state net metering and federal tax credits will make projects harder to put [...]

Renewable Energy Will Be on the Ballot in Nevada Once Again

Question 6, also known as the Renewable Energy Promotion Initiative, is a ballot initiative that, if approved by voters, would [...]

Solar-Plus-Storage for the Cook Islands

Around 4.2 MWh of energy storage capacity will be connected to a solar and diesel micro-grid on Rarotonga, the [...]

Governor Newsom’s Calls to “Fast-Track” California’s Clean Energy Plans

The American Wind Energy Association of California (AWEA-California) released this statement on behalf of Director Danielle Osborn Mills, following [...]

Large-Scale Solar Deployment Picks Up in Spain

Solar is regaining speed in Spain after the Covid-19 crisis. Iberdrola is now building 150 MW, while Foresight recently [...]

Latin America’s Renewable Energy Policy

Latin America is emerging as a green powerhouse, with some of the strongest renewable capacity growth expected globally in [...]

FERC Order May Undermine Renewables, Energy Storage in New York’s Capacity Markets

Another setback for clean energy resources heightens tension in states considering alternatives to federally regulated markets. The Federal Energy [...]

South Carolina’s Policy is an “Unstoppable Giant” on Increasing Adoption of Solar Energy

Audubon South Carolina released its newly commissioned report, “An Economic Analysis of the Solar Industry in South Carolina,” which [...]

In Virginia, Appalachian Solar Effort Becomes a Reality After Setbacks

A new initiative announced Wednesday will install up to 12 megawatts of solar power in Virginia’s historic coalfield region [...]