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Posts Tagged ‘Incentives’

Where Does Trump Stand on Solar?

What would a Trump presidency mean to the US solar industry? Since Solar Tribune published the “Solar Scorecard” of 2016 presidential contenders in January, The Republican field has grown even larger, while the field has narrowed on the Democrat’s side of the race. In fact, the Republican side is becoming so crowded that it takes…

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The Solar Industry Needs Standards for System Production Estimates

We need to end the arm-wrestling match over solar production estimates, argues Soltage’s Steve Goodbody. America’s solar industry is wringing all possible efficiencies out of the project development process ahead of the 2016 federal Investment Tax Credit expiration. But are we missing an obvious hurdle? Reliable project production estimates — predicting how much electricity photovoltaic systems will produce annually…

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Has Solar Power in Florida reached a tipping point?

Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC), the city’s electricity provider, signed a 20 year power purchase agreement (PPA) at $0.07 per kWh with American Capital Energy for the output of the 13 MW Curtis Stanton Energy Center, the Orlando Sentinel reports.  The new solar power, the utility reports, costs it less than the $0.08 per kWh cost the company incurs…

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Hillary Clinton calling for a 700% increase in Solar Power – is solar power now politically sexy?

Presidential front runner Hillary Clinton recently pitched to the nation, “I want more wind, more solar, more advanced biofuels, more energy efficiency,” Clinton said at a rally on Sunday in Ames, Iowa. “And I’ve got to tell you, people who argue against this are just not paying attention.” Her campaign said the goals would lead…

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