Government approves previously floated plans to allow renewable developers to invoke ‘force majeure’ clauses to win more time as virus continues to disrupt PV supply chains.
The Utah-headquartered firm posts Q3 2019 installs of 65MW and hits cumulative 1.228GW as operational losses jump US$7.9m to US$13.8m year on year.
Retail giant and Silicon Valley firm say they have ‘resolved the issues’ raised by the former, which had linked rooftop blazes to Tesla’s alleged 'negligence’ with PV installs.
Developer's plan to ensure projects can tap into 30% ITC rate before it tapers follows similar move by installer SunPower, which bought 200MW of panels this week.
Interviewed by this publication, James May says things are not as dire as they seem for the firm as it mulls a factory sale to stave off trade war impacts.
Hybrid set to go live in 2022 will help the US island territory wean itself off tanker-shipped petroleum as it works towards clean energy objectives.
Utility and subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy aims to add 6.3GW of PV and 2.8GW of batteries by 2038, with storage part of ‘low-cost’ calculations for the first time.
U-turn by Trump administration may slow bifacial switch by Southeast Asian makers but will not stop technology from capturing utility-scale market by early 2020s, analysts tell PV Tech.
Contra Costa Country is aiming to save US$16.5 million over a period of 25 years through the new EV infrastructure.
Energy-Storage.news editor Andy Colthorpe decodes the key takeaways of the Salt Lake City show after a week where tomorrow's storage and solar took centre stage.
PPA is part of 1.6GW clean energy spree announced by Google last month and will allow Chicago-based Hecate to deploy 500MW of solar in Lone Star state.
Residential PV player defends track record after facing ‘malfeasance’ claims by short-seller Marcus Aurelius Value, with several analysts arguing allegations are overblown.
Federal ruling censoring 2018 Elon Musk tweet and other actions comes as Tesla faces Walmart lawsuit over rooftop blazes linked by retailer to solar installs.
East Bay Community Energy approves deals to buy 225MW of clean energy and 80MW / 160MWh of energy storage, with PV tariffs coming in at US$22/MWh.
Developer will build and run project touted as largest single-customer on-site PV scheme in US to date, backed under 20-year PPA with Xcel Energy.