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SunPower joins forces with Sunverge to offer solar bundled together with storage starting in early 2015. The companies plan to eventually deploy this at all levels, from residential to utility.

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Matthew Wheeland of SolarEnergy.net discusses the rise of TUSK, a conservative, pro-solar group. The group's central argument in favor of solar is energy independence and a free-market economy for energy.

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Paul Wendel and Marlin Languis are Ohio educators with a special energy mission. They've taught high school and university sciences, but this year, schooled potential PV adopters on what it means to “go solar.”

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The Center for Sustainable Energy releases the California Solar Permitting Guidebook. The guide is free to cities and helps them to meet the state's standardized permitting requirements.

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Mounting System donates a complete Alpha on-roof mounting system to Everybody Solar's project for Wildlife Associates -- lowering the project cost and bringing the fundraising campaign to the 30% point.

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SunPower joins forces with Sunverge to offer solar bundled together with storage starting in early 2015. The companies plan to eventually deploy this at all levels, from residential to utility.

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Matthew Wheeland of SolarEnergy.net discusses the rise of TUSK, a conservative, pro-solar group. The group's central argument in favor of solar is energy independence and a free-market economy for energy.

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Matthew Wheeland of SolarEnergy.net discusses the rise of TUSK, a conservative, pro-solar group. The group's central argument in favor of solar is energy independence and a free-market economy for energy.

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In part two, Roy Hales of The ECOreport discusses SEIA's argument for negotiation rather than litigation in resolving the trade disputes with Chinese panel manufacturers.

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In the first of a two-part series, Roy Hales of The ECOreport discusses the impacts inexpensive Chinese solar panels have had from the view of U.S. panel manufacturers. Watch for part two for the other side.

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Pamela Cargill shares her insights from the Greentech Media U.S. Solar Market Insight conference this week. Storage is an exciting area, and other current challenges in solar also present opportunities.

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Solar continues to grow and is penetrating the grid at greater levels than ever before. Going forward, Pablo Astorga sees batteries as the natural progression for home solar.

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States have artificial limits placed on net metering, which gives utilities the power to limit their competition. John Farrell discusses the reasoning behind raising, or eliminating, these limits.