Vermont’s 2013 SPEED Program Proposal Deadline Quickly Approaches

Blog Daniel Watson | April 25, 2013

Vermont’s 2013 SPEED Program Proposal Deadline Quickly Approaches

The first round of the Vermont Sustainably Priced Energy Enterprise Development (SPEED) program in its new competitive form will close…
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Blog Anna Noucas | April 04, 2012

Maryland General Assembly on Track to Pass Legislation to Accelerate the State’s Solar RPS Requirement

Due to sun-setting Federal incentive programs for solar energy and the current structure of Maryland’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), Del.…
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Blog Jessica Robbins | January 25, 2012

Weighing Both Sides of the China-U.S. Solar Panel Manufacturers Trade Dispute

In recent years, the price for solar PV panels has plummeted, falling 30% in 2011 alone. The drop in prices…
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Blog Sol Systems | August 15, 2011

Magic and Sunrays in the Air

In a neighborhood where painting your door a different color requires approval from a presidentially appointed commission, Georgetown Energy is…
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Blog Sol Systems | July 13, 2011

New Jersey Energy Master Plan Takes Aim at SACP

New Jersey, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing solar markets, recently released the 2011 Energy Master Plan (EMP). …
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Blog Sol Systems | February 27, 2011

What House Budget Means for Solar

Early on Saturday, February 19th, 2011, the House passed its version of this year’s budget, which was highlighted by $61…
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Blog Sol Systems | August 11, 2010

The End of Renewables As a Political Issue

The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently noted that solar electricity could represent up to 20% to 25% of total global…
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