An event tomorrow (February 24, 2022) will introduce stakeholders to the very first agrivoltaic system in East Africa and allow them to learn more about the design, performance and potential opportunities for implementing the technology in the Kenya and beyond. The event, which will take place on February 24, 2022Read More →

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — Sheetz announced Wednesday that it has partnered with the nation’s leading clean energy solutions provider to power most of its Pennsylvania facilities with renewable energy. The family-owned and operated restaurant and convenience store has signed a long-term renewable supply agreement with Constellation. By January 2024, theRead More →

The six priorities of the federal government manufacturing policy areas include recycling and clean energy. Photovoltaic cells for solar energy provide an industry case study to explore the issue of research commercialization. As the government releases the University Research Commercialization (URC) Action Plan, it is worth considering the relationship betweenRead More →

MONTERREY, Mexico & LUGANO, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 2, 2022– CEMEX, SAB de CV (“CEMEX”) and Synhelion today announced the successful production of the world’s first solar clinker, the key component of cement, an important step towards the development of all-solar cement plants. This press release is multimedia. View the full pressRead More →

MONTERREY, Mexico & LUGANO, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CEMEX, SAB de CV (“CEMEX”) and Synhelion today announced the successful production of the world’s first solar clinker, the key component of cement, an important step towards the development of all-solar cement plants. Clinker is produced by fusing limestone, clay and other materials in aRead More →

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you through The European Sting’s collaboration with the World Economic Forum. Author: Wolfgang Gründinger, Chief Evangelist, Enpal Solar power systems have long been too complex and expensive to install for many homeowners. Startups are now disrupting the traditional energy market and launching aRead More →

SOLAR: • Federal Appeals Court Finds Arizona Salt River Project Utility Liable for Violating Antitrust Laws by charging rooftop solar customers with higher energy ratesa decision that supporters call a “game changer” for the promotion of clean energy. (A-Z Capitol Times)• Stakeholders remain deeply divided on California regulators’ proposal toRead More →

Connecticut’s new energy storage program offers upfront incentives for residential and commercial customers. R Boed New bill would require large California counties to use instant online solar permitsSacramento, California California Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) has introduced a bill that would require instant online solar licensing in counties with populationsRead More →

Washington’s farmlands and natural habitat are not immune to climate change. Extreme weather conditions, drought, forest fires and floods impact our landscape and natural resources. Solar energy is essential for mitigating the impacts of climate change, but it is critically important for minimizing the impact on our landscape. Solar energyRead More →

Oman has inaugurated Ibri 2, the first Independent Solar Power (IPP) project to be launched under the country’s National Renewable Energy Program and connected to the primary national grid. The project is located in the northwest governorate of al-Dhahirah with an investment of 417 million dollars, with a capacity ofRead More →

As rooftop solar panels become more popular and affordable, the California Public Utilities Commission is set to make a change that some say will discourage potential future customers from installing them. A group called Environment California held a virtual press conference on Thursday to protest what they call a proposedRead More →

LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 19, 2022– 8minute Solar Energy (“8minute”) today announced the closing of a $400 million financing from EIG, a leading institutional investor in the global energy and infrastructure sectors. The financing agreement includes a portion of growth capital and a letter of credit. R. BlairRead More →

LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–8minute Solar Energy (“8minute”) today announced the closing of a $400 million financing from EIG, a leading institutional investor in the global energy and infrastructure sectors. The financing agreement includes a portion of growth capital and a letter of credit. R. Blair Thomas, Chairman andRead More →

By Bill Walton Please Gavin, Bill Walton here, with a request that you reject the recent policy decision of the California Public Utilities Commission regarding the future economics of solar energy. This “problem” is now on your desktop, and we are waiting for action. This “problem” and its ridiculous proposedRead More →

By Glenn Jakins, CEO of Humless As the costs of consuming solar energy decline and facilities increase, harnessing the sun is on everyone’s mind. Last fall, a record number of systems were installed in American homes. Solar energy has been proven to be efficient, sustainable and here to stay. WhatRead More →

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is proposing major changes to the state’s self-generation incentive program for rooftop solar. Customers who have invested in producing solar power in their homes and advocates are taking a stand against the regulators’ plan. The CPUC said in a Dec. 13 press release thatRead More →

The idea of ​​floating solar panels on bodies of water first crept into the sphere of climate solutions about 10 years ago. The peloton got off to a slow start due to technical challenges. Fortunately, now the pace is picking up, just in time to help accelerate the global energyRead More →

All eyes are on the Senate as it debates the Build Back Better Act, which is packed with provisions relating to the solar industry. Build Back Better Act progresseswashington d.c. The House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better Act in November, which contains numerous provisions to help develop allRead More →

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Duke Energy has filed an agreement with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) that will align compensation for solar energy users with the benefits of the utility system and create long-term stability for the solar industry residential in North Carolina.Read More →

CHARLOTTE, NC – Duke Energy has filed an agreement with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) that will align solar user compensation with the benefits of the utility system and create long-term stability for the residential solar industry by North Carolina. See deposit. The net metering agreement was developed byRead More →

US rejects offer by group of solar power makers for tariffs on Thailand and 2 other Southeast Asian imports U.S. trade officials on Wednesday called off efforts by a group of domestic solar power manufacturers to demand tariffs on panels imported from three Southeast Asian countries, citing the group’s demandRead More →

With summer fast approaching, photovoltaic solar systems are selling like hotcakes. It seems like the longer, sunnier days of spring are a fitting reminder that we’ll soon be starting up our air conditioners and cooling off in our swimming pools — two hugely energy-hungry features of many homes. Not onlyRead More →

California recently became the first state in the country to require solar and storage facilities on new commercial buildings. Biden administration reveals possible intention to expand ITC in new briefingWashington DC President Joe Biden and the US Department of Energy have released a briefing note on solar energy research, deploymentRead More →

New Mexico may soon open up to community solar businesses if the governor signs a new bill. Biden’s infrastructure plan includes 10-year extension and phase-out of direct-pay ITCWashington DC President Joe Biden rolled out his highly anticipated infrastructure package, the American Jobs Plan, at the end of March. The planRead More →

AHMEDABAD: The government of Gujarat on Tuesday launched a new solar policy to ensure clean energy. The new policy, according to the government, will reduce dependence on conventional coal-based power generation and help the MSME industry with its production costs. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced Gujarat’s Solar Energy Policy 2021Read More →

Nevada’s constitution was formally amended to include a mandate for utilities to source 50% renewable energy by 2050. Nevada Voters Officially Approve New Renewable Energy StandardCarson City, Nevada Nevada’s Question 3 Constitutional Amendment has been approved by voters for the second and final time to become law, according to Law360.com.Read More →

The Chinese module giant has pledged to source 70% of its energy from renewable energies by 2023 and all by 2025. If this is serious, it could represent confidence in the amount of energy. new renewable energy generation capacities to come to China given the company’s huge output. capacity expansionRead More →

According to a new study from Stanford, the booming solar energy industry could only make a significant contribution to curbing climate change if governments and the private sector tackled it more economically and efficiently. Stanford solar researchers recommend that the United States and China work more closely together, with eachRead More →