(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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

The world is embracing renewable energy at an unprecedented rate, and solar energy is the main source of energy the path. Despite a 4.5% drop in global energy demand in 2020, Notes from Visual Capitalist’s Govind Bhutada that renewable energy technologies are showing promising progress. While renewable energy growth wasRead More →

Community solar is open to businesses in the small state of Delaware. Credit: Ken Lund House Democrats call for increased solar incentives in budget packageWashington DC A handful of Democrats are working to include a new production tax credit for solar projects in the budget reconciliation package currently being debatedRead More →

An appeals court on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit arguing that the Jacksonville municipal utility violated state law by amending a program that provides credits to customers who generate electricity from solar panels on the roof. A three-judge panel from the 1st District Court of Appeal ruled that the nonprofit SolarRead 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 →

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 →

the government of gujarat announced the new “Gujarat Solar Energy Policy 2021” with incentives for residential, commercial and industrial rooftop solar developers. The policy will be valid until December 31, 2025. Under the new policy, residential, commercial and industrial consumers and third party projects will be eligible to sell electricityRead More →

The Governor of New Mexico has reinstated solar tax credits for homes and businesses. Study Finds Vermont Won’t Hit Solar Goal on Current TrajectoryMontpelier, Vermont A recent report by the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation found that solar energy progress in the state has steadily declined over the past three yearsRead More →

The disagreement over how to fairly compensate distributed solar generators for the electricity they produce has just become a little more heated. the Solar Choice Alliance (TASC), a downstream solar advocacy group whose members include SolarCity, Solar Universe, Sungevity, Sunrun and Verengo, just sent out a statement revealing that theRead More →