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The Solar Foundation, an industry leader forĀ economic development research in the solar workforce, releases their annual National Solar Jobs Census -- and the news is as bright as the sun.

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Sunible is acquired by Domino, a one-stop site that makes it easy for consumers to achieve low-carbon living. This is a natural extension of Sunible's work to make solar mainstream.

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Those who wait to go solar may pay much more in areas such as Southern California, where limited promotions and demand may change system prices dramatically.

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Sunible is acquired by Domino, a one-stop site that makes it easy for consumers to achieve low-carbon living. This is a natural extension of Sunible's work to make solar mainstream.

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tenK Energy, Integrys Solar, LLC and groSolar announce the completion of a 4.5-MWdc solar power project in Templeton, Massachusetts.

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The US International Trade Commission upheld the US Department of Commerce's Decision to impose anti-dumping rates on solar panels imported from China.

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Garrett Hering of SolarEnergy.net provides several predictions for solar in 2015. Solar is expected to continue its growth trends despite decreasing oil costs, but stocks may suffer due to the public's perception.

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tenK Energy, Integrys Solar, LLC and groSolar announce the completion of a 4.5-MWdc solar power project in Templeton, Massachusetts.

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The US International Trade Commission upheld the US Department of Commerce's Decision to impose anti-dumping rates on solar panels imported from China.

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A partnership between Duke Energy and the U.S. Marine Corps will lead to a 13 MW solar facility at the North Carolina base.

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Those who wait to go solar may pay much more in areas such as Southern California, where limited promotions and demand may change system prices dramatically.

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Garrett Hering of SolarEnergy.net provides several predictions for solar in 2015. Solar is expected to continue its growth trends despite decreasing oil costs, but stocks may suffer due to the public's perception.

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Roy Hales reports on the decision in North Carolina not to lower the evaluation formula for solar. Had this gone through, it would have significantly increased the cost of solar financing.