Solar energy is expected to account for 10% of global electricity production by 2030, much of which is concentrated in desert areas where sunlight is abundant. However, dust collection on solar panels or mirrors is already a big concern (it can decrease the performance of photovoltaic panels by up toRead More →

Find out where to buy solar panels. Getty Images Buying solar panels can be a wise investment. Your home is going up in value, you can take advantage of tax incentives to lower your upfront costs and use stored energy to power your home in the event of an outage.Read 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 →

news, latest news, Powering Communities Program, Spring Hill, Spring Hill Recreation Grounds Operating costs at Spring Hill Recreation Ground will be significantly reduced following the installation of solar panels on the roof of its amenities block. “The recreation ground is rapidly becoming a Grade A campground, and it’s fantastic thatRead More →

Latest report available on Data Lab Forecast, “Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Market” provides pin-point analysis of changing competitive dynamics and a forward-looking perspective on various factors driving or restraining industry growth. The Global Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Market focuses on key statistical evidence of the Monocrystalline Silicon Solar PanelRead More →

A new 4,500 square foot solar energy lab is under construction at the UL Lafayette Solar Testing Facility, located in the University Research Park at block 400 of Eraste Landry Road. We covered the 6-acre, 4,200-panel solar farm installation in 2017-2018, which is one of the largest outdoor solar testingRead More →

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette owns and operates one of the largest outdoor solar testing facilities in the southeastern United States. The 4,200-panel solar field spans 6 acres, a symbol of UL Lafayette’s status as a national leader in sustainable and traditional energy technologies. UL Lafayette will further cementRead 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 →

Solar panels are a great addition to any home, but it takes a bit of work to find the right ones. You’ll need to consider whether you’ll be off-grid, how much sun you expect, your home’s total energy needs, and how much battery storage you’ll need. With the right solarRead 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 →

As farmers brace for further increases in electricity prices this year, it’s time for the government to introduce new supports to help farms, homes and businesses develop renewable energy for self-consumption. to solar systems. Globally, the Micro-Generation Support Program (MSS), announced last month by Environment, Climate and Communications Minister EamonRead 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 current recycling capacity of solar panels cannot cope with an influx of customers who prematurely abandon their existing panels for cheaper and more efficient models. Solar power installations are booming all over the world. Solar energy supply, which has already reached record highs in the European Union this year,Read More →

Stellar will target early-stage development project acquisitions from existing developers. Image: Silicon Ranch. Investment firm KKR has launched a new utility-scale solar development and energy storage platform, dubbed Stellar Renewable Power. Stellar is to develop entirely new projects and acquire early-stage assets from other developers, with the intention of capitalizingRead 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 →

Chicago HOA members considering solar power may now have an easier path thanks to the new legislation. Ohio governor gives local authorities more leverage over solar project site selectionColumbus, Ohio Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed a bill in July that gives local authorities the ability to reject solar and windRead 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 →