Everything You Need to Know About Storage – A Primer

Blog Ben Margolis | August 12, 2015

Everything You Need to Know About Storage – A Primer

Batteries have been blowing up lately. No, I’m not talking about EV battery fires. I’m talking about the immense hype…
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Blog Andrew Dewey | April 16, 2015

Maryland Passes Community Solar Bill

It’s official: the Maryland state legislature has passed HB 1087, titled “Electricity – Community Solar Energy Generating System Program,” bringing…
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Blog Andrew Dewey | January 27, 2015

SRECs Accelerate Payback Period through Sol Combo Contract

If 62% of Americans responded to a survey agreeing that they would like to use solar in their homes, why…
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Blog Rachel Charow | July 17, 2014

Who Pays for Countervailing Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels?

On June 2, 2014, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) made the decision to start implementing countervailing duties (“countervails”) on…
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Blog Colin Murchie | July 07, 2014

Beyond the Meter: Remote Solar on the Horizon?

A Less-Than-Totally-Addressable Market Commercial solar can be an extremely difficult, uphill sell. Not only must a salesperson overcome traditional customer…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | April 20, 2014

3 Financing Lessons Residential Solar Can Teach C&I

As new and old solar investors seek investment opportunities in distributed generation (DG) solar, there are a number of parallels that can be…
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Blog Natacha Kiler | January 16, 2014

Sun Still Rising on Residential Solar

There is much evidence pointing to a rosy future for residential solar.  High retail utility rates provide a compelling reason…
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Blog Victoria Ngare | September 27, 2013

California’s AB 327 Proposes Changes to Current Rate Structures, Protects Net Energy Metering (NEM)

After being passed by the California Senate, the controversial net energy metering (NEM) and rate structure bill AB 327 was…
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Blog Eric Scheier | July 15, 2013

New Jersey’s PSE&G Announces Solar Loan Program III

After finishing two rounds of its successful solar loan program, New Jersey’s Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) has…
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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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