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SolarCity Lawsuit Alleges Arizona Utility’s Fee Hurts Solar
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SolarCity Corp., the biggest U.S. rooftop solar installer, sued Salt River Project, alleging the Tempe, Arizona-based utility’s new pricing policy will “punish customers who choose to go solar.”

Can a State's Solar Market Start Without It?
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In about half of U.S. states, an individual or business can have solar installed on their roof owned by someone else, and either buy the power or lease the array from that third party. These power purchase or lease models drastically simplify the process of going solar (at a price), avoiding the work of managing tax credits, utility or state rebate

5 Solar Asset Management Predictions for 2015
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2014 was the year when many owner/operators started to realize the importance of solar asset management. 2015 marks the year where for the first time there is an industry conference dedicated to the topic. The solar installed base is growing, the market is getting more mature and consolidation is starting. These are our five predictions for 2015.

Senators’ New GEO Act Addresses Geothermal Exploration Catch-22
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Developers in the geothermal industry report a common challenge: they often must wait years for permits before they can even determine whether a site is worth the trouble. Something must be done to address this grueling Catch-22, the industry has been saying for years. The Energy Department’s Geothermal Technologies Office and National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have also identified permitting as a major barrier to geothermal development in the U.S.

Solar Fred’s Short Guide to Solar Marketing Brevity
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This solar marketing post is going to be purposely brief, and you will probably appreciate that. Why Brevity Is Important Solar marketing brevity is so important today because we have so much more information, data, and distractions in both of our offline and online worlds, yet we’re restricted to the same number of hours in the day. We may hate to

Deepwater Gets Financing for First US Offshore Wind Farm
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Deepwater Wind LLC received $290 million in financing that will allow it to begin building its Block Island offshore wind project in Rhode Island, the first one in the U.S.

To Shift Middle East Away from Nuclear Track, U.S. Should Invest in Solar Partnership
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The Middle East is on track toward a nuclear proliferation nightmare as Iranian officials have expressed their intent to vastly expand Iran’s domestic nuclear enrichment capacity by the beginning of the next decade, Saudi Arabia is pursuing its own nuclear program, and Russia has just announced plans to partner with Egypt on the development of “an

Kyrgyzstan Fights Energy Crisis with Run-of-River Hydropower
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Kyrgyzstan will construct several dozen small hydroelectric power plants (HPPs) in different regions of the country within the next several of years, which will help the government overcome current energy crisis, according to the official secretary of the energy and industry ministry Batyrkul Baetov. Experts estimate that the project may cost between KGS 7-10 billion (US $115-160 million).

Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2015: A Fine February
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After a rough start to the year, My Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2015 posted a strong recovery in February.

India to Quadruple Renewable Capacity to 175 Gigawatts by 2022
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India plans to quadruple its renewable power capacity to 175 gigawatts by 2022 as part of the government’s plan to supply electricity to every household, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said Saturday.

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