New Mexico Now Open for Community Solar Business

On April 5, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed Senate Bill 84 into law, making New Mexico the 21st state [...]

Aggressive New Fees for South Carolina Solar Customers Draw Fire

The proposed fees could end up costing the solar average homeowner more than $700 annually. Critics call the fees [...]

MaineHealth Commits to Solar Power for Half of its Energy Needs

The state’s largest health care system has signed deals with 3 solar developers and says it expects to save [...]

‘Historic’ Clean Energy Legislation Expands Solar, Threatens Coal in Virginia

What keeps the lights on in Virginia could change drastically over the next three decades. A bill being praised [...]

Arizona Policy: Commission Extends PURPA Solar Contract Terms to 18 years

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) voted to reject a request from the state’s investor-owned utilities to set two-year contract [...]

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 [...]

Solar Panel Systems Soar in Spain Thanks to Friendlier Regulation

Companies say they are being overwhelmed with demand after a government decree eliminated bureaucratic hurdles and installation prices dropped [...]

India Is Now Investing More in Solar than Coal, but Will Its Energy Shift Continue?

Coal-fired power generation is still growing, but not as fast amid ambitious clean energy policies and falling solar costs. [...]

European Solar Comes of PPAge

Solar PPA activity in Europe grew from 360 MW in 2017 to more than 2.4 GW in 2018. These projects [...]

Hungary Deployed More Than 400 MW of Solar in 2018

Most of last year’s new additions – 320 MW – came through a FIT scheme but a further 90 [...]