Solar Caps in SW Virginia

For the first time in history, the U.S. is on track to produce more electricity from renewable energy than [...]

New Regulation in Costa Rica Would Reduce Obstacles to Generate Electricity with Solar Energy

New regulations would eliminate some of the red tape that has impeded the growth of private solar energy generation [...]

Mali Exempts Solar From VAT, Import Duties

The move represents a step forward in the implementation of the National Action Plan for Renewable Energy (Paner), through [...]

NJ Policy: Solar Firms Get More Time to Secure Key Certificates

BPU says companies that have completed projects should be granted so-called SRECs, even if they can’t get final inspections [...]

US Renewable Energy Policy: Solar May Not Get Relief From Trump’s Tariffs

The solar industry may not catch the break from U.S. import tariffs that it was counting on next year. [...]

California Energy Commission Defers Decision on SMUD Community Solar Proposal

The California Energy Commission held a hearing on Wednesday, November 13, to discuss the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)’s SolarShares [...]

Virginia Announces 420 MW Renewable Energy Agreement

Gov. Ralph Northam, D-Va., has announced an agreement for the Commonwealth of Virginia to purchase 420 MW of wind [...]

Florida Approves TECO Solar Energy Tariff, Increasing Access to Green Energy

Florida regulators on Tuesday approved Tampa Electric Company’s (TECO) shared solar energy tariff, to help the investor-owned utility’s customers transition to [...]

Election 2018: Clean Energy’s Future Could Rise or Fall with These Governor’s Races

Governors have the power to set the agenda on renewable energy or throw up roadblocks to its progress. It’s [...]

Gov. Cooper Signs Solar Energy Bill Despite Controversial Wind Project Moratorium in NC

Gov. Roy Cooper signed into law on Thursday legislation promoting solar energy in the state and issued an executive [...]