Solar Power

A Regional Grid Helps, Not Hurts Distributed Renewable Energy

We have been hearing concerns that moving to a West-wide regional transmission operator somehow harms the prospects for greater development of distributed energy resources, especially localsolarand storage,… Read more »

Majority Of US Voters Oppose Trump’s Solar Tariffs

Clean Power Published on April 25th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill April 25th, 2018 by Joshua S Hill  Nearly 60% of American voters oppose tariffs recently… Read more »

SoftBank’s Mega Solar Deal in Saudi Arabia Faces a Rocky Future

Saudi Arabia’ssolarmarket looks headed for a major setback following concerns over the future of the world’s largest PV project. Earlier this month, the Financial Times reported that… Read more »

How Solar Scored a ‘Game-Changing’ Victory in Florida

Solar energy has a complex history in the Sunshine State, which made a regulatory win for residential installer Sunrun last week feel like a victory for all… Read more »

Performance-Based Ratemaking Becomes Law in Hawaii

Hawaii Governor David Ige signed a bill into law Tuesday that reforms the century-old electric utility business model, to better align utility ratemaking processes with the integration… Read more »