Articles tagged with: solar energy in United States

The United States is an indispensable member of the leading solar trio with the most robust industry ecosystem compared to other countries in the world. Innovative and influential solar energy technologies and market mechanisms are continually making contributions to systems deployment, capacity growth, and price cuts. There is a keen interest of solar across the country, from governments at different levels to businesses of different sizes, social organizations, schools, and numerous households. Though being impacted by solar tariffs, solar energy in the United States is still showing exciting possibilities.

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US Solar Eclipse Opens Window of Opportunity for Energy Storage to Shine

For the first time since 1918, a total solar eclipse will traverse the entire width of the lower 48 US states Aug. 21, moving from…
Children Watching Solar Eclipse

US Solar, Power Grid Players Prepare for Landmark Total Solar Eclipse

In the stillness and the darkness, the knowledge that I was in deadly danger took to itself deeper and deeper meaning all the time; a…
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US State Governors Aim to Realize UN Paris Climate Accord Goals with Launch of Alternative US Climate Alliance

On June 1, President Donald Trump announced the US would withdraw from the UN Paris Climate Accord. Though not surprising, the announcement marks the latest,…
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Suniva’s U.S. International Trade Petition Reignites Prospect of a Solar PV Trade War

Last updated: Thursday, June 8, 2017 Bankruptcy and insolvency filings on the part of U.S. and German solar manufacturing companies Suniva and SolarWorld AG, respectively, and…
Dakota Access Pipeline demonstrators outside the White House on March 10, 2017.

Off-Grid Solar, Battery Energy Storage Gains Ground on Native American Tribal Lands

Last updated: May 13, 2017 The U.S. has long looked to Native American Tribal lands as a source of mineral and energy resources and a thoroughfare…
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California Vows to Go Its Own Way to Support Renewables as Storm of Controversy Surrounds Trump Executive Actions

Executive actions taken by U.S. President Donald J. Trump during his first four weeks in the Oval Office by and large confirmed expectations he intends…
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Trump Era: $30MM in New U.S. Solar-Grid Integration Funding Comes Amidst Heightened Energy Policy Uncertainty

The U.S. Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) on Jan. 31 announced it would invest as much as $30 million to fund new…
Countryside on US 9 north of Red Hook, NY, USA

How Can Solar Power Transform America’s Lower Income Neighborhoods?

Solar power panels may have higher upfront cost than some traditional sources of power and energy but the long-term cost benefits are unimaginable. The maintenance…
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Solar Power: What Next for America?

Before U.S. President Barack Obama took charge in 2009, solar power generation was dismal. The country’s output was just 22 MW, and it was projected…
Desert Sunlight Solar Power Plant in Riverside County

How the Loan Guarantee Program Kickstarted Solar Power Plants in the U.S.

When Barack H. Obama took charge as President in 2009, there were no utility-scale solar power plants in the country. In 2008, the installed solar…
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