Bifacial Modules Win Reprieve From US Solar Tariffs

It’s the second and last round of exclusions from the Trump administration’s solar tariffs, officials said. Bifacial modules will [...]

Solar Power Tax Credit “Transferability” is on the Table

Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives have introduced a new bill whose purpose is to facilitate greater [...]

State Legislation in the US Friendly to Solar and Wind Energy

Eight states in the US passed legislation in an attempt to either make the permitting process easier for solar [...]

Scottish Power to Invest in Solar Energy for the First Time

Big six firm to focus exclusively on renewables, adding solar power to its windfarms Scottish Power, one of Britain’s [...]

No Longer a Novelty, Clean Energy Technologies Boom All Across the US

A new report documents the democratization of renewables, energy storage and electric vehicles in America. It was 1997, and [...]

The State(s) of Distributed Solar

2017 Year-End Update Energy production from renewable sources continues to expand in the U.S. at a rapid clip, thanks [...]

New Bipartisan Legislation Would Repeal Trump’s Solar Tariffs

“I don’t know what good can possibly come as a consequence of stifling the growth of solar power.” A [...]

California Sets Two New Solar Records

The escalating integration of solar has created “a new operating paradigm” for California’s grid operator, although the escalation is [...]

How Will BLM’s Final Rule On Renewables Impact Wind Energy?

In support of the president’s Climate Action Plan, Secretary of the Interior (DOI) Sally Jewell has announced that the Bureau of [...]

200 ‘Power Farmers’ to Light Up Uttarakhand, India With Solar Energy

Around 200 individuals in the state will now be known as ‘power farmers’, thanks to Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development [...]