Facebook has chosen New Mexico-based renewable energy firm Affordable Solar to build 30MW of solar PV for its ‘Facebook Data Center’ in Los Lunas.
Indiana clean energy advocates have spoken out regarding the Senate Bill that was recently passed through the utilities committee, that calls for the effective end to net metering.
Leading residential installer SolarCity is extending its solar services and 10-year loan programme into Northern Virginia.
Lancaster, a charter city in northern Los Angeles, has passed an ordinance that requires new-build homes to hit net energy standards by having rooftop arrays or paying a mitigation fee.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday that state-supported solar power has increased nearly 800% over the last five years.
New head of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Scott Pruitt has made it clear that he will waste no time in getting rid of the Clean Power Plan.
The Golden State is stepping up its already formidable renewables game in a new Senate bill that increases the state clean energy standard to 100% by 2045 – up from 50% by 2030.
The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved the final rules that will implement the state’s three-year community solar pilot programme.
This week's Movers & Shakers segment involves new CEOs, CFOs and managing directors. New Jersey's NRG Energy exits the residential solar business and the SEIA bestows its prestigious Solar Champion Award.
A bill that would end retail net metering in Indiana by significantly reducing the incentive available to invest in solar passed the Senate Utilities Committee in an 8-2 vote yesterday.
High-efficiency module producer SunPower will supply 64.4MW of its E-Series solar panels for the construction of seven solar PV projects in France by Engie subsidiary LA Compagnie due Vent.
San Francisco’s SunLink and Central Valley’s CalCom Solar have teamed up for the completion of three small-scale solar farms in Shafter and Wasco, California.
Regulators in La Paz County, Arizona, have issued a Request for Proposals (RfP) to procure up to 1.5GW of utility-scale solar projects for electrical use in Arizona and neighbouring California.
In 2016, the US solar market nearly doubled its annual record, installing 14,626MW of solar PV. This represents a whopping 95% growth increase over 2015’s cumulative 7,493MW, according to latest figures from GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
Despite an uncertain future for solar in Montana, an 80MW PV project has been proposed for land northwest of Billings — the largest city in the state.