Trump administration in fresh solar trade setback as appellate body maintains country failed to prove Beijing was subsidising specific firms before import duties were adopted.
Newly operational Bluemex Power 1 Solar required US$110 million in investment and is one of two EDF Mexican projects to bag auction support.
Hydro and gas plug solar gaps caused by rare event, San Juan powers up 13.5MW of 379MW complex, Software to cut red-tape of US residential solar.
New Mexico and Tennessee utilities have both released blueprints for new solar, storage and gas infrastructure.
Extending timeframes to 2040-2050 and allowing natural gas, nuclear to play role would be key to achieving ‘unprecedented’ redesign of power sector, says firm.
US player MCX to invest US$100 million to deploy 30-50MW installation at Mwale Medical and Technology City, with plans to break ground in November.
Utility turns to Quinbrook, Arevia, 8minute, EDF to deploy 1.2GW of PV and 590MW of batteries across three projects, with plans to bring all online by 2023.
Democrat presidential hopefuls pen letter warning thousands of jobs lie at risk if ITC is withdrawn before alternative support schemes are rolled out.
Siemens urges island to seize window of solid economics and add 1.8GW of PV and 920MW of battery storage by 2023, rebuilding grid ruined by storm Maria.
Two newly-tabled bills supporting energy storage are enjoying cross-party support and look likely to pass unopposed, an analyst has said.
TXU Energy lands US$472.6m contract to power public buildings in Texas’ third city through clean energy, with plans to deploy pipeline in state’s north.
Phase-out scenarios by Berkshire Hathaway Energy unit and others underscore ‘economic sense’ of cleaner alternatives, say IEEFA analysts.
Conglomerate forced to take tax benefit hit after investing in bankrupt Californian solar firm, raided by the FBI in December over Ponzi-style fraud allegations.
IPP makes financial investment decision for its first ever scheme for group of corporate offtakers, a 130MW plant in Durango.
SEIA calls for ‘cultural change’ as stats depict white male-dominated industry and Momentum Solar becomes latest firm to face discrimination court case.