Nevada net energy metering reform is cautionary tale for states

Increased consumer adoption of renewable-energy technologies has led to a rise in public utilities' use of net energy metering (NEM), a model under which consumers who generate their own electricity earn credit for the power they sell back to the grid.


Phase II of initiative focuses on practical steps toward solar, DER integration

Panasonic Continues To Innovate HIT® Technology In Their PV Panels

Panasonic HIT® panels recently set a world record for conversion efficiency at the research level (laboratory), a full percentage point increase over the previous record.

Lithium-Ion Energy Storage for PV System in Puerto Rico

Li-ion solutions are both scalable and flexible in their power-to-energy ratio. The flexibility enables MTR-type solutions for high-power smoothing, medium-power options for shaping renewable output to meet a forecast, and high-energy systems for shifting of renewable energy to periods of peak load.

Making energy systems more intelligent and more efficient

"The path to 24 hours of sun inevitably leads to an intelligent and efficient energy system. We will be presenting this holistic approach in the form of various solutions that contribute to the efficient and intelligent generation, storage, distribution and consumption of solar energy," explains Martin Hackl.

Study: Solar Impasse Costing Massachusetts Hundreds of Millions in Lost Revenue, Investment

New Vote Solar Research of Stalled Projects Puts Face on Impact of Legislative Inaction

PVinsights: Inventory correction escalate solar price drops on cell and module

Multi-crystalline cell price plummet this week as inventory adjustment makes the demand weaker. Due to high inventory level, major multi-crystalline cell buyers cut their purchasing order much higher than expected. Hence, multi-crystalline cell makers intend to leverage the aggressive price reductions to reduce their piled-up inventory levels by the deadline of the first fiscal quarter. Moreover, with high production utilization rate, the increasing inventory in March, and the decreasing procurement volume for April, oversupply situation leads multi-crystalline price tumbles more dramatically this week.

Global Gathering Addresses PV Role in Energy Prosperity and Climate Change Mitigation

Scientists from the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), along with their counterparts from solar energy research institutes in Germany and Japan, gathered recently to discuss the future of photovoltaics (PV) and assess its contributions to increasing global prosperity, energy security and mitigation of climate change.

Vermont Smoke & Cure cooking with more solar power

HINESBURG, VT - Vermont Smoke & Cure, maker of delicious smoked meats and meat snacks since 1962, is teaming up again with AllEarth Renewables of Williston, Vt. to source local renewable solar to power the company's electrical needs.

Hospital PV plant wins ICCI Energy Award

The biggest solar power plant of a public enterprise in Turkey has won the ICCI Energy Award. The 5.3 MW plant is operated by Turgut -zal Medical Centre of İnönü University in Malatya, Eastern Turkey.

DTE Energy, City of Detroit partner to convert blighted land into solar array and neighborhood park

- This will be one of the largest urban solar power arrays in U.S. and will generate more than $1 million in tax revenue for the City. - Community will receive newly designed park, additional recreation space and energy audits as part of the deal.

Industry Leaders in Solar Renewable Energy Launch CenterStar Energy

Experienced solar renewable energy group launches CenterStar Energy Services LLC, filling a critical need for one of the world's fastest growing industries.

140-year-old horse racetrack uses solar to cash in on green energy

Historic Dresden Raceway rents out stable roofs for 250 kilowatt solar array

Toledo Zoo solar array featured at Ohio EPA's Ohio Brownfield Conference 2016

The Toledo Zoo solar array will be featured at the Ohio EPA's Ohio Brownfield Conference 2016 on April 6 and 7, with speakers from GEM Energy, of the Rudolph Libbe Group; TTL Associates, Inc.; and the city of Toledo.

Solar Frontier Americas Enters Into 150 MW Solar Module Supply Agreement With Cypress Creek Renewables

Solar Frontier Americas entered into a 150 MW module supply agreement with Cypress Creek Renewables to supply their portfolio of projects located in various states including Indiana, South & North Carolina, Montana and Texas. The projects range from 2-10 MW and will be installed throughout 2016.

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