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California Regulators Update Renewable Energy Interconnection Rules


As reported by UtilityDIVE, California has approved an update to its distributed resource interconnection rules.

PG&E Will Close Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant, Using Renewables Instead


Pacific Gas & Electric has announced its Diablo Canyon nuclear plant will close. CleanTechnica reports the electricity provider for northern California has reached a deal with environmental and labor groups to close the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant and replace it with renewable energy + greater energy efficiency + energy storage.

Coal To Solar: Retraining Our Energy Workforce


As many celebrate the shuttering of coal-fired electricity generation facilities, a call for retraining this former energy workforce from coal to solar is opening the eyes of some.

East Africa Off-Grid Connections Growing With Mobisol


German off-grid solar provider Mobisol has now installed over 50,000 systems in East Africa. The company estimates a quarter of a million people now receive sustainable electricity from its solar solutions, which is an incredible landmark in a growing markets of Tanzania and Rwanda, defined once as having little access to the electric grid.

Ontario Now Accepting Micro-FiT Incentive Applications


Applications to the 2016 micro-FiT program in Ontario are now being accepted. As reported by pv-magazine, the Canadian province of Ontario would launch version 4.0 of its micro-FiT program, even though installation levels are significantly lower than those last year.

Solar PV Recycling Market May Be $15 Billion Industry By 2050

According to a report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), the PV recycling industry may be worth as much as $15 billion by 2050.

Extension Request For Brazil Solar Farm Development Hits Roadblock?


According to Bloomberg, Brazil has rejected requests from developers seeking more time to complete the country’s first large-scale solar farms.

India Proposes 1 GW Wind Energy Auction


India may soon launch its first-ever auction for wind energy projects as it plans to keep the investors interested even as some crucial financial incentives are set to expire by early next year.

Volkswagen Reveals “TOGETHER — Strategy 2025,” Focus On Electric Vehicles


As part of its ongoing reaction to the fallout of the diesel emissions cheating scandal, Volkswagen Group recently revealed its new “TOGETHER — Strategy 2025” program.

El Salvador To Auction 170 MW Of Renewables


El Salvador will conduct its second auction seeking to deploy 170 MW of renewable electricity. This follows an award of 100 MW of PV projects in its previous auction, even though no project are operational yet.

India Plans 16.6 GW Renewable Energy Capacity Addition This Fiscal


The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in India has come out with most ambitious capacity addition target of 16,600 MW for renewables this fiscal year.

National Electric Power Regulatory Authority Of Pakistan Publishes Proposed Revisions To Feed-In Tariffs


The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) of Pakistan has published its proposed revisions to feed-in tariffs for solar electricity projects in two regions generating between 1-100MW of capacity.

Sustainable Log Home Designs


This post is for the growing number of sustainability practitioners who happen to be interested in log homes, a sustainable building material.

India Looking To Launch National Energy Storage Mission


India’s renewable energy targets will massive amounts of capacity added to the grid over a very short period of time.

India Now Plans 40 GW Of Solar Power Parks


The Indian government has increased the target to set up ultra mega solar power projects in an attempt to meet the monumental target of 100 GW operational solar power capacity by March 2022.

Zambia Solar Auction Inks Record-Low 6.02¢ Price Benchmark


Solar auction bids in Zambia reached record low prices on Monday. According to pv-tech, this nation has set a new benchmark for low-cost solar electricity in Africa, posting a competitive auction under the ‘Scaling Solar’ program, which saw winning bids as low as 6.02 cents/kWh.

The Top 10 US Solar Installers Are…


Originally published on Solar Love. These top 10 lists are a little peculiar sometimes because one might conclude that they are objective.

1st Cleantech Revolution Tour Conference Highlights, 2nd Conference Coming…


Originally published on CleanTechnica. The initial Cleantech Revolution Tour conference that we held in Berlin was a lot of fun, and the presentations were packed with interesting facts, figures, charts, and jokes.

India Eyes 10 GW Geothermal Power Capacity By 2030


Geothermal, wave and tidal power technologies have been ignored by the Indian government’s ambitious plans for renewable energy capacity expansion.

Con Edison & SunPower Team Up To Create New York “Virtual Power Plant”


Con Edison and SunPower will team up to pilot a “virtual power plant” program by offering solar power systems with battery storage to more than 300 New York homeowners.


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