SEPA CEO Julia Hamm: Transformation of Puerto Rico's Power System Must Put Customers First

"The devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria has put Puerto Rico at the center of the national conversation about the transition underway in the electric power sector and its impact on the evolving role of the utility.

2018 Solar Cost Reductions Will Offset Impact of New Tariffs on Panel Prices

Modular, pre-engineered and pre-assembled solar product to lower costs by additional $0.20/Wp in 2018, according to Rocky Mountain Institute and industry leaders

SMA Enters into Purchase Agreement to be Supplier for Sunrun

Sunrun Partners with SMA due to Quality, Reliability and Expertise in Residential PV Solutions

Parks Associates: 12% of U.S. Broadband Households Plan to Buy Solar Panels in 2018

Speakers for the ninth-annual Smart Energy Summit include Austin Energy, Carrier, DTE, Mercedes-Benz, Nest, and many more

AES and Mitsubishi Corporation Start Construction on India's First Grid-Scale Energy Storage System for Tata Power-DDL

Fluence to supply 10 MW Advancion storage solution, boosting reliability for more than 7 million customers in Delhi region

SEPA CEO Julia Hamm: Solar industry will respond to Trump tariffs with more innovation, efficiency

With the announcement of President Donald Trump's decision in the Section 201 solar trade case, raising tariffs on solar cells and modules, Julia Hamm, President and CEO of the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), has released the following statement.

President's Decision on Solar Tariffs is a Loss for America

The decision effectively will cause the loss of roughly 23,000 American jobs this year, including many in manufacturing, and it will result in the delay or cancellation of billions of dollars in solar investments.

Electricity from all forms of renewables will be consistently cheaper than fossil fuels by 2020

Akshat Rathi for Quartz: Renewable electricity is already competitive with fossil-fuel power. Better still, the report makes the extraordinary prediction: By 2020, all forms of renewable electricity will be consistently cheaper than power produced by burning fossil fuels.

Tri Global Energy Blows Past One Gigawatt of Wind Power in 2017

The announcement marks the highest annual development yet of wind capacity for the nine-year-old company.

Wind chasers fly high: a new initiative is set to improve how industry predicts wind speed as the University of Bristol and Lloyd's Register partner technical expertise with science to help generate better data on wind farm performance.

A new initiative will test scientific minds with the latest technology options to increase the quality, accuracy and access to data used in monitoring and predicting wind trends.

Ballard CEO Presents at Exclusive Powertrain and Vehicle Seminar Event in China

The seminar event was organized by the China Internal Combustion Engine Association and supported by China's Department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Science and Technology and Department of International Affairs of China Association for Science and Technology.

Geothermal Resources Council Announces New Latin American Office

The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) has created a representative office in Latin America (GRC-LATAM). A member of the GRC, Dewhurst Group, LLC (DG) will host the regional headquarters from their office in Bogota, Colombia.

Siemens Gamesa awarded two wind turbine projects totaling 330 MW of G132-3.465 MW turbines in the U.S.

-The company will supply 47 units of G132-3.465 MW wind turbines to Sammons Renewable Energy for the Midway wind project and an additional 48 units of the same turbine type to an undisclosed customer for another project -In total, Siemens Gamesa will provide 95 units of its G132-3.465 MW wind turbines -First orders for G132-3.465 MW turbines in the U.S.

EV Connect Selected for New Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Program for Northern and Central California

The program includes free electric service infrastructure and subsidized equipment costs for participants

Utility Business Models Must Evolve To Meet Modern Needs and Opportunities, New Rocky Mountain Institute Report Says

Electric utilities operating within an increasingly distributed and decarbonized power system must evolve their business models to determine both the appropriate range of services they can efficiently provide, and the role third-party providers have to play in the energy ecosystem to best meet the demands of customers, according to a new report by Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI).

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