The 2020 Stimulus Bill signed into law includes a vital extension of the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) to maintain solar power value.
Two things help accelerate the adoption of technology – its value for the consumer when in use and the growing ability over time for people to acquire it. Perhaps a prime example is the smartphone. In a reasonably short period of time, devices have become much more powerful and much more affordable for billions across […]
As we are marching into the fourth quarter of 2019, it is a good time to look back at the solar power market and assess where we have been, and where we may go. Much has been communicated about the downside of the solar tariffs. People opposed to clean energy continue to devalue it, including […]
Many people in North America from The Caribbean to the U.S. were forced to give their full attention to Hurricane Dorian at the end of August and first week of September in 2019. The intensity and uncertainty of that storm made it a serious threat to millions. Devastation to residents of the Bahamas has been […]
Earlier in July the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued a draft plan named “Finding Pennsylvania’s Solar Future”. It unveils 15 strategies to increase in-state solar power to 10 percent of electric generation by 2030. This level was selected because the DEP considered it to be achievable while also challenging the business-as-usual model for […]
Solar energy news at the end of 2017 and the start of 2018 has been mixed. In an earlier post we looked at one of the most talked about issues for 2018, the newest solar tariff increases and the potential impact on costs and activity. Now that the first quarter of 2018 is squarely behind […]