Renew Missouri and StraightUp Solar Launch Commercial Solar Group Buy Program for St. Louis Area

Renew Missouri, a non-profit clean energy advocacy group, and St. Louis-based installer StraightUp Solar are launching Renew STL Solar, [...]

Israel’s Renewable Energy Goals: Massive Solar PV Ambition, Lowering Coal Power Generation by 2030

Israel is taking COVID-19 as an opportunity to shift its focus on transforming its generation mix towards sustainability. The [...]

Southeastern US States to Add 15 GW of PV by 2023

Some states and utilities are driving the growth, while others lag. The southeastern United States will reach nearly 25 [...]

Trump Government Green-Lights Biggest-Ever US Solar Power Project

Giant $1bn Gemini development being built by Solar Partners XI in Nevada would provide residential power for entire Greater [...]

Israel’s Policy to Recover from Covid-19 Includes 2 GW of New Solar

The country also intends to re-tender its canceled procurement exercise for the Dimona solar power plant in the Negev [...]

Idaho Power Proposes 50% Lower Net Metering Rate for Solar Customers

On Nov. 13, Idaho Power Company (IPC) filed a proposal to change the rules for existing rooftop solar customers. [...]

Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to Tackle Low-Income Access to Solar Power

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed Assembly Bill 465 into law on June 4 of 2019. The measure requires electric utilities in [...]

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 [...]