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Clean Energy Group Says Georgia Power’s New IRP Falls Short on Solar, Energy Efficiency
On January 31, 2019, Georgia Power, the largest utility in the state submitted its newest integrated resource plan (IRP) to the state utility commission for approval. [...]
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Duke Carolinas Completes $1B Green Bonds Issue to Finance Renewables and Energy Storage
Duke is focused on emissions reduction by retiring coal-fired plants, increasing nuclear generation capacity and has add close to 650 MW of built or purchased solar energy. [...]
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Global Clean Energy Spending Dips in 2018 But Installations Rise on Lower Prices
Global funding for clean-energy projects sagged in 2018 after China’s decision to curb subsidies dragged down installations in the world’s biggest solar market. [...]
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Five Companies You’ve Definitely Heard of Join Up to Buy Solar Energy in Aggregation Deal
It’s hard to find a common thread between the business models of Gap, Bloomberg, Cox, Salesforce and Workday but today they are announcing that they all have one big thing in common: their desire to clean up their organizations’ energy supply by using renewable energy. [...]
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75-MW Duke Energy Florida Solar Farm now in Operation
Duke Energy Florida has about 300,000 solar panels in operation totaling 100 MW across its territory. [...]
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Competitive Markets: Cleaner Future – COSEIA’s 7 Principles on How To Get To 100% Clean Energy by 2040
  Colorado is in the middle of a dynamic evolution in the generation and delivery of electricity because customers are demanding choices and direct participation in how energy is generated and managed. They want to benefit from lower prices, cleaner air and greater autonomy. Colorado’s citizens – and in turn the utilities that serve them […] The post Competitive Markets: Cleaner Future – COSEIA’s 7 Principles on How To Get To 100% Clean Energy by 2040 appeared firs [...]
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NV Energy Reorients Generation Mix toward Solar, Retiring Coal
The Public Utility Commission of Nevada has approved NV’s long-term IRP to double its renewable energy capacity by 2023. The utility will bring 1,001 MW of solar capacity online via six new power purchase agreements (PPAs). [...]
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A Senator’s Advice on Political Strategy and Tactics for the Renewable Energy Community
On December 5, at the Solar Energy Industries Association’s Federal and State Policy Summit in Washington DC, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-Rhode Island) presented his perspective on the potential for the renewable energy community to expand its markets through climate, infrastructure, and tax credit legislation; the political obstacles; and how to overcome them. [...]
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SEIA Applauds Washington DC and New York 100 Percent Clean Energy Commitments
This week the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) welcomed the Washington, D.C. City Council’s passage of a landmark bill that will move the District to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2032, including specific requirements to grow solar energy. In addition, SEIA commended New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for pledging to move New York to 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2040, which he announced in a speech on his early 2019 policy agenda. [...]
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Solas Energy Consulting — Operations Manager
Solas Energy Consulting US Inc. headquartered in Fort Collins, is seeking a bright, motivated and conscientious operations manager to work on a full-time basis. The position is located in the Fort Collins, CO office. Prospective applicants should have a passion for the field of renewable energy. This position will primarily provide operations support to the […] The post Solas Energy Consulting — Operations Manager appeared first on Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association. [...]
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South Africa's Eskom Facing `Death Spiral' Driven by Distributed Solar Energy
Bloated by debt, bled by corruption and battered by structurally declining sales, South African power utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. is facing what’s known in the industry as a “death spiral.” [...]
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Nevada National Security Site Installs Solar, Begins Era of Net-zero Energy Buildings
The Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) inaugurated the Mercury Solar Project late last month and moved it further down the path of sustainability, giving NNSA its first net-zero-energy building. [...]
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Dominion Energy Launches Green Bonds Program
Dominion Energy on Friday said that it had closed its inaugural offering of green bonds. The $362 million in privately placed bond proceeds will be used to reimburse Dominion Energy for previously deployed capital related to the acquisition, development and/or construction of 20 merchant solar projects with a total capacity of 574 MW of renewable energy. [...]
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Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association Names Its First President & CEO
Creation of new role is a sign of the maturing solar and energy storage industries in Colorado The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Kruger as its new President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO). “I’m overjoyed to join COSEIA and the Colorado solar and energy storage industries. […] The post Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association Names Its First President & CEO appeared first on Colorado Solar Ener [...]
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Analyst: We've Misunderstood Energy Efficiency
According to energy expert, Amory Lovins, CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute, the energy industry has vastly misunderstood the scope of the energy efficiency resource. Lovins claims that it’s design, not technology that can achieve incredibly energy efficiency gains. Using his own home in the Colorado Rocky Mountains as an example, Lovins shows how simple changes in design have allowed him to grow banana crops using only natural sunlight and reduce the amount of energy he uses significantly. [...]
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The World’s Oldest Metal Ushers in Solar Energy Boom
When you examine the solar industry’s trajectory over the last decade, the growth is undeniable. According to a recent report by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), solar energy generation has grown annually by 59 percent on average during the last 10 years; generating enough electricity to power 10.1 million homes. With 1.6 million solar installations currently installed in the U.S. and 4 million expected to be installed by 2023, the nation stands to increase solar energy generati [...]
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Clean Energy Laws Signed in New Jersey: Offshore Wind, Efficiency, Solar, Storage and Nuclear Benefit
Clean energy advocates rejoiced as legislation was passed today in New Jersey that will support the development of a massive amount of renewable energy, specifically community solar, energy storage, offshore wind and energy efficiency. The bill also props up nuclear power in the state with the establishment of zero-emission certificates. [...]
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First Grid-Scale Energy Summit Will Highlight Storage "Beyond Batteries"
In the 2019 FY Budget, the office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) included a $90M request to fund a new initiative it calls “Beyond Batteries.” The initiative is part of the DOE Grid Modernization Initiative, and focuses on new approaches to energy storage, which could include hybrid technologies such as pairing hydropower with solar or wind energy in order to provide a stable, dispatchable energy supply. [...]
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Manufacturing Solar Modules with Solar Energy: One Company’s Vision
In July at Intersolar North America, Lee Zhenguo, President of LONGi Group laid out his “solar for solar” vision and explained how one day he believes solar will be so cheap that it will be used to help fix some of the monumental environmental issues that plague the world today. [...]
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Last Word: Bifacial Plus Tracking Boosts Solar Energy Yield by 27 Percent
While U.S. solar developers may be worried about the Section 201 tariffs another trend could help offset their impact: high-efficiency modules. [...]
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Australian Wins Global Energy Prize for His Contribution to Solar
University of New South Wales professor Martin Green has been named a Global Energy Prize winner for his work in solar PV that has increased the “cost effectiveness and efficiency of solar cells.” [...]
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Renewable Energy World Announces Its Inaugural Solar 40 Under 40
San Francisco, Calif. — In an effort to recognize the up and coming rock stars of the solar industry, Renewable Energy World is pleased to announce its first “class” of 40 under 40 changemakers in the solar industry. [...]
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Illinois Energy Law Lures Northeast Commercial-Industrial Solar Developer
A major developer of large-scale solar in the Northeast is launching operations in Illinois, expecting the state’s new energy law to jumpstart the industry in a way similar to what happened in the company’s home state of Massachusetts. [...]
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Solas Energy Consulting —  Solar Project Manager
Post Date: June 8, 2018 Job Title: Solar Project Manager Location:  Denver, CO To Apply: Apply by sending a cover letter and resume to *protected email* Position Overview – Solar Project Manager Solas Energy® Consulting, a renewable energy consulting services firm, is growing its team. We are seeking an experienced energy professional with prior project management and/or project development experience in the utility-scale solar photovoltaic industry. Solas provides business strategy, consu [...]
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