Streamlining Grid Interconnections: Cooperation Over Competition in an Increasingly Renewable World

While huge leaps of progress have been made, there is still work to be done. Last year, DG solar accounted for just 0.7% of all U.S. grid power generation. Limited market penetration has allowed a number of states to refrain from adopting statewide grid interconnection standards.

Understanding and Installing Split-Cell Modules

With split-cell (aka half-cell) modules becoming more prominent in the market, it is important to understand their inherent differences and have the know-how necessary to install them.

Study: Solar Tariffs Cause Devastating Harm to U.S. Market, Economy and Jobs

More than 62,000 jobs, $19 billion in investment and 10.5 GW of solar are lost due to tariffs

First Theme Park on the West Coast Powered by Solar is Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

Moving forward, 80% of the park's energy usage will be powered by one of the largest solar carport installations in the country.

Commercial Real Estate and Clean Power Investment Tips

Despite the uncertainty surrounding S2289, there's no need for eco-savvy business owners to shy away from investing in clean energy. Renewable power offers numerous benefits at the corporate level, and you'll find that sustainability is good for business.

8minute Solar Energy and Capital Dynamics Celebrate Landmark 450 Megawatt Springbok Solar Cluster

The Springbok Cluster is the first place in the country where solar beat the price of fossil fuels. This is where we helped prove to the world that the future of energy belongs to solar--we're so happy to be back to celebrate with our many partners and supporters.

How The Energy As A Service (EaaS) Business Model Works

When you partner with an energy as a service company, its expertise is applied to your business specifically. Your EaaS partner delves into all aspects of your current energy supply and management practices and, combining that information with their knowledge of the industry, finds ways to save money.

Blade for World's Most Powerful Offshore Wind Turbine Arrives in Boston for Testing

More powerful wind turbines are driving down cost of offshore wind power and helping to drive strong growth in US and globally, creating up to $70 billion in economic development activity in US. Blade for GE's Haliade-X 12MW offshore wind turbine to be tested at Wind Technology Testing Center to simulate full lifetime of blade.

How to Protect Solar Panels from Environmental Damage

Solar PV systems spend all their time outside, so it's natural for them to encounter the occasional animal droppings or falling acorns. You may wonder how to keep them intact when more prominent issues like thunderstorms and hurricanes roll around, though.

Morningstar and TÜV Rheinland

In the solar industry, standards and regulations change quickly, with new standards emerging at a rapid pace. Morningstar has been using multiple compliance service providers, but struggled to find one that aligned with all their specific needs.

Solar Light Systems Provide Crucial Light Sources in Remote Oil Fields

EcoSol Energy Systems a leading energy, water and sustainability consulting headquartered Dubai, United Arab Emirates was tapped to develop a lighting system to keep the oil fields running safely and efficiently.

How Did Wind and Solar Become Cheaper Than Coal?

The IEA predicts the world's renewable energy capacity will increase by 50% between now and 2024. This rise in renewable energy usage is mostly due to solar PV, which is becoming favorable in a wide range of industries.

Babcock Ranch: Learning From the World's First Solar-powered Town

Real estate developers, Kitson & Partners, have set a new standard for sustainable living. Their groundbreaking model of a 100 percent solar-powered town in South Florida called Babcock Ranch, is touted to be the largest self-sustaining community in the country.

Superfund Project Restores an Ecosystem

The Superfund Redevelopment Initiative helps communities reclaim and reuse contaminated land for a wide range of purposes including the generation of sustainable renewable energy. That is the case with the Elizabeth Mine Superfund Project.

ABS Classes World's Biggest Floating Wind Turbine

It is the first of three ABS-classed, SEMI Submersible Type units designed by Principle Power housing MHI Vestas turbines that will make up for a total of 25 MWs of floating offshore wind power.

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