IHS Markit White Paper Identifies Eight Global Solar and Energy Storage Market Trends to Watch

Annual solar installations grew almost 20 percent year over year in 2017, and the solar industry is also edging within 100 gigawatts, a milestone the industry will reach this year

Europe Blows Away the Competition

The low cost of European offshore wind energy is the result of several factors, including advanced turbine technology, the availability of specialty construction vessels, concentrated supply chain expertise and consistent policy support.

The Future of Offshore Renewable Energy

While offshore wind has come the farthest and gets the most attention, there are other offshore generation resources that may start making waves in the near future too.

Research from Schneider Electric Reveals Companies Unprepared for New Energy Economy

Survey of 236 companies shows that organizations feel ready to compete in the evolving energy landscape; but action doesnt match perception.

Solar Energy Industry Sector Gets Slammed

Some analysts have predicted that renewables will make up the greatest part of the nations energy portfolio in spite of any policies that are implemented.

Community-Scale Solar for Co-ops

Currently, many rural electric cooperatives and municipal utilities can save money through community-scale solar by avoiding generation and demand charges.

How Solar Powered Trash Cans Might Mean Major Savings for Cities

The trash cans are solar powered because they dont just collect trash, they compact it. That allows each receptacle to hold about five times more waste than a non-compactor of the same size.

Runaway 53GW Solar Boom in China Pushed Global Clean Energy Investment Ahead in 2017

World clean energy investment totalled $333.5 billion last year, up 3% from 2016 and the second highest annual figure ever, taking cumulative investment since 2010 to $2.5 trillion

Learning From Solar's Past Mistakes to Ensure a Brighter Future

There is no doubting the magnitude of opportunity facing the global solar industry now and in the coming years. However, the industry must reflect on past failures and put in place processes which ensure they are not repeated.

10 Predictions for Community Solar in 2018

Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nations leading community solar developer and solutions provider, forecast what is on the horizon for community solar. CECs experts offer the following 10 predictions for 2018.

The Future of Residential Home Energy Storage

2017 - Most Popular Article - With the market growing so rapidly, consumers need to understand which product best suits their households energy needs. Again, the key is starting with a customers energy usage and determining how they will use an energy storage system.

The Status of Wind Energy in the USA

Wind energy is now the cheapest form of new generation in many parts of the country making it a good investment for many reasons.

Digital Grid and the Environment

The biggest change impacting energy infrastructure around the world is the growth of renewable energy resources, including distributed sources such as solar photovoltaics. At the transmission level, the result of this expansion will mean that electrical grids will take on an increasingly important role in balancing power flows across broader regions, with faster and more dynamic power exchanges taking place during fast solar transition times such as sunrises and sunsets.

Serious business: Corporate procurement rivals policy in driving growth of renewable energy

Activity in support of corporate procurement of renewable energy has been particularly strong in the United States over the last few years.

Is It Possible for the World to Run on 100% Renewable Energy?

Not only is transitioning to 100% renewable energy possible, but the benefits far outweigh the costs and obstacles.

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