It was a tumultuous week for a solar industry that witnessed one of the most shocking elections in U.S. history. Learn what a Trump presidency could mean for solar and why Florida rejected a controversial solar amendment in this week’s Solar Energy News report.
It was a thrilling week in the solar industry with further technological advances in PV and a few partnerships that turned heads. A new type of solar panel that turns moisture into drinking water, EY’s latest report on the top renewable energy countries and a controversial Florida solar amendment are the big headlines we’re eying from this week’s Solar Energy News report.
This ground mount solar installation has tracking capability that allows it to track the sun as it moves during the day.
The past week in the solar industry, like many that came before it, can only be described with one word: optimistic. A promising emissions report thanks to significant growth from solar and wind, growing customer preference for tracking systems that improve the efficiency of solar systems, and a new community solar program in Missouri are three bright headlines we’re talking about from this week’s Solar Energy News report.
Solar found itself in the spotlight once again this past week, this time as the result of a mention during the first U.S. presidential debate. The Clinton-Trump clash on clean energy, SunPower’s accusation that SolarCity stole its technology and a new fully integrated off-grid solar array are the eye-catching headlines we’re discussing from this week’s Solar Energy News report.
The biggest annual conference in the solar industry, Solar Power International, was this week, and with SPI’s industry buzz came a number of exciting developments in solar. A major net metering win for Nevada homeowners, a new wearable textile that can integrate solar cells and news of North Carolina dethroning Arizona as the number two state for solar are the headlines we’re talking about in this week’s Solar Energy News report.
With summer’s end just around the corner, the solar industry has been busy as homeowners gear up to install panels before the cold months ahead. The launch of Virginia’s new community solar garden, the notable success of Texas as a leader in renewables and a major amendment for Florida that will turn up the dial on solar growth are the bright headlines that caught our eye in this week’s Solar Energy News Report. Continue reading →
For the everyday solar enthusiast, the past two weeks have been a handful with more developments and announcements than one can count. A solar device that purifies water, steep solar growth in Virginia thanks to a green-happy Governor and news of layoffs for SolarCity following the company’s acquisition by Tesla are the headlines that caught our eye in this week’s Solar Energy News Report.
It was certainly a week to remember for the solar industry, filled with state support for renewable energy and beautified visualizations of corporations running on solar. GE’s new solar powered headquarters, a new device that can remove CO2 from the atmosphere and some exciting state commitments to renewable energy are the bright headlines we’re discussing from this week’s Solar Energy News report.
The hottest month of the summer is slowly coming to an end, but the momentum around solar power is still just heating up. News of Solar Impulse’s completed flight around the world, a plan to reform and reinvigorate Chernobyl with solar production and new research on the benefits of solar for all ratepayers are the pivotal headlines that we’re highlighting in this week’s Solar Energy News report.
The solar industry was abuzz this week with a major announcement from President Obama and some impressive developments from clean energy CEOs. Elon Musk’s ambitious growth strategy for Tesla, a new solar panel design opportunity and Obama’s solar financing initiative for low-income households are the focus stories we’re discussing from this week’s Solar Energy News report.