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.


Verizon adds approximately 2.2 MW of solar capacity to its New York headquarters. This will give Verizon over 6.7 MW of capacity in the state, and 25 MW throughout the United States.


A panel at Solar Power International looks at ways to reach the residential solar customer. The first step is to understand and listen to consumers -- something many companies are not doing.


SEIA releases its third annual Solar Means Business report, which details Fortune 100 companies' solar installations. Capacity has increased 103% since 2012, primarily due to cost reductions.


A SEIA seminar introducing the nonprofit Women in Solar details the history and mission of the organization -- which is looking for more women to get involved to further that mission.


Sunrun expands its operations facilities and announces the hiring of more than 800 new employees. This is driven by the growth of the solar industry, and the residential market in particular.


As summer sports come to a close and winter sports get started, the NHL sustainability plan spotlights the impact of climate change on professional sports -- and how solar can help.


A new report from SEIA and TSF highlights the many benefits of going solar for schools and their communities -- and the huge potential for many more schools to go solar.


UC makes the largest solar energy purchase by any higher education institution in the U.S. The university will purchase the electricity generated by 80 MW of solar.


Solar contributes more than a quarter of new utility-scale generating capacity in the first six months of 2014; residential and commercial solar add another big chunk.