Data risk: The overlooked problem curtailing solar plant performance

Photo by American Public Power Association on Unsplash ) Contributed by David Trainavicius, Founder and CEO of PVcase The renewable energy market is booming – and rightfully so. But beneath the surface, there’s a…

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Interior finalizes rule to cut solar and wind fees up to 80% on public land, permits new projects

Photo by American Public Power Association on Unsplash ) The Department of the Interior (DOI) has finalized a rule that will cut fees by up to 80% for wind and…

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Excelsior and Heliene enter 2 GW supply agreement for domestic solar panels

An inspection station at the exit of the stringers before moving to the lay out station at Heliene’s Mountain Iron Facility (Credit: Heliene) Excelsior Energy Capital, a renewable energy infrastructure…

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An Illinois town still considers rooftop solar an eyesore. Homeowners hope to change that

A commercial area in Sugar Grove, Illinois. (Credit: DJ Fogbound / Creative Commons) by Kari Lydersen, Energy News Network A couple in Sugar Grove, Illinois, are hoping that a village…

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The final battle over green hydrogen tax rules —This Week in Cleantech

Plug Power’s green hydrogen transportation tanker. (Courtesy: Plug Power) This Week in Cleantech is a new, weekly podcast covering the most impactful stories in cleantech and climate in 15 minutes or…

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