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Breaking Communication Barriers - For effective solar monitoring

Performance monitoring has long been an important topic of solar energy build-up. Designing a monitoring system, however, can be challenging. Until recently, it involved integrating recording equipment from other industries that didn’t necessarily relate to the issues faced by renewable energy projects.    Most monitoring system providers, for instance, use traditional remote terminal units (RTUs) or dataloggers for I/O data acquisition. These dataloggers and...

Living the Dream of Net-Zero Energy & Storage

Millions of people and companies dream of never paying another electric bill. But for most, the possibility of actually going net-zero remains unattainable, either because they don’t think it’s affordable or even...

How Treasury’s Proposed Liability Regulations: Affect clean energy investments

In early 2014, Treasury issued complex proposed regulations dealing with the allocation of partnership recourse debt. These proposed regulations are a radical departure from the current rules. In fact, many commentators believe these regulations...



GameChange Wins 18 MW NJ Order for Max-Span™ Pile System

GameChange Racking announced that it received an order for 18 MW of the GameChange Max-Span™ Post System with driven piles for installation on four projects in New Jersey. The customer was a large private equity firm based in the New York...

IHS Technology Analysts Top 10 Predictions for the 2015 Global PV Market

While 2014 remained a challenging time for the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry, it marked an inflection point in the market’s development. According to a new white paper issued by the IHS Solar service at information and analytics provider...

Solar Featured in New ‘State of American Energy Report’

Signaling the growing importance of solar energy to America’s future, the widely read and cited annual “State of American Energy Report” – released today by the American Petroleum Institute (API) – includes, for the...

Clean Energy Policy Wins and Losses of 2014

There’s been policy action in nearly every corner of the country. Here are the highlights. This year has been a mixed bag for state-level energy policy. Overall, solar deployment expanded dramatically. In some states, growth was...

Local Energy Partnership Brings Innovative Solar Tracker to “Solarize Connecticut” Program in Greater Windsor Region

A new partnership will bring an innovative, award-winning solar energy system to homeowners in the greater Hartford area consisting of the towns of Windsor, Windsor Locks, East Granby, and Suffield. The partnership between C-TEC Solar of Windsor,...

NC Clean Energy Technology Center Ranks the Financial Value of Solar to Homeowners in America’s 50 Largest Cities

As part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Solar Outreach Partnership (SolarOPs), the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (formerly the N.C. Solar Center) announced the release of  “Going Solar in America: Ranking...

Total Corporate Funding Increases 175 percent to $26.5 Billion in the Solar Sector, VC Funding Doubles, Strong Public Market, Debt Financing & IPO Activity, Reports Mercom Capital Group

Mercom Capital Group, llc, a global clean energy communications and consulting firm, released its report on funding and merger and acquisition (M&A) activity for the solar sector in 2014. Total corporate funding into the solar sector...

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