As Germany puts more solar into its power grid, it deals with technical challenges to incorporate that power. What can we learn from Germany, a leader in solar power?
SolarNexus announces it has received a $500,000 cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative. SolarNexus will use the award to build and demonstrate the industry’s first integrated ecosystem of applications.
The Center for Land Use Interpretation develops an interactive map showing a snapshot of the largest solar power plants in the country.
PJM Interconnection releases final results from a study that assesses what increased penetration of wind and solar will mean for its grid. According to the study, the PJM system can incorporate up to 30% of its energy from renewables.
California remains the largest solar power generator in the country, with new records set this month. The California Independent System Operator recorded peak output of 4,093 MW on March 8.
As Senate Democrats stage a talkathon to bring attention to climate change, the SEIA points out positive action we can take in a new video to promote solar energy. The video conveys some simple yet powerful facts about the benefits of solar in America.
Duke Energy Renewables acquires two solar projects from Infigen Energy, adding 40 MW to its California portfolio. When the projects are completed, the company will own and operate more than 65 MW of solar power in the state.
SunEdison and the SunEdison Foundation contribute $1.2 million toward a partnership with GRID Alternatives on a new National Women in Solar Initiative. The initiative aims to increase the number of women in the solar industry and support their professional advancement.
Intersolar North America plans its 2014 exhibition and conference to better educate solar professionals on the latest market developments, both upstream and downstream, that are fueling the continued growth of the U.S. solar industry. A Summit Series is also planned, starting with a New Jersey event focused on East Coast developments.
OnForce solar is awarded additional funding by NYSERDA for large-scale solar projects in New York. The commercial-scale projects will bring 2.291 MW of new solar energy generation to the state.
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