Get Ready. The Illinois Market is Coming

Blog Sara Rafalson | October 26, 2017

Get Ready. The Illinois Market is Coming

This is an excerpt from the October 2017 edition of The SOL SOURCE, a monthly electronic newsletter analyzing the latest…
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Blog Ben Margolis | October 26, 2017

Navigating Choppy Waters: Federal Regulatory Risk

This article was co-written by Ben Margolis and Lauren Miller – This is an excerpt from the October 2017 edition…
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Blog Colin Murchie | October 12, 2017

Additionality You Can Count On Part III: Renewable Energy, Market Transformation, and NASCAR

Welcome to the third in a series, Additionality You Can Count On, from Colin Murchie tackling the issue of additionality…
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Blog Colin Murchie | October 05, 2017

Additionality You Can Count On Part II: RECs, Double Counting, and Additionality

Welcome to the second in a series, Additionality You Can Count On, from Colin Murchie tackling the issue of additionality…
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Blog Colin Murchie | September 25, 2017

Additionality You Can Count On, Part I: Additionality, Divisibility, and a Zen Koan

Welcome to the first in a series, Additionality You Can Count On, from Colin Murchie tackling the issue of additionality…
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Blog Eugene Rhee | September 22, 2017

Not Just Another Day of Sun: Reviewing the Solar Eclipse’s Effect on PV System Performance

On August 21, 2017, eclipse fever gripped the nation! A total solar eclipse is the Super Bowl of astronomical events,…
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Blog Bridget Callahan | September 22, 2017

Sol Systems Monetizes SRECs for First Community Solar Project in DC

What’s better than clean air?  Getting money for clean air!  The first community solar project in Washington, DC just received…
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Blog Lauren Miller | September 12, 2017

Getting SMARTer Still: Massachusetts Announces Final SMART Regulations

In early 2016, Massachusetts hit its SREC II program cap and had many in the solar industry asking: what’s next…
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Blog William Patterson | August 31, 2017

Sol Systems and Amazon Unveil New Jersey’s Largest Rooftop Solar Array

Early Tuesday, on the roof of its fulfillment center in Carteret, NJ, Amazon completed a different kind of delivery. The…
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Blog Austin deButts | August 24, 2017

How Low Can You Go: Natural Gas & Wholesale Markets Today & Tomorrow

Any day now, the Department of Energy should be releasing the results of a study initiated by Secretary Rick Perry…
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