Q3 and Q4 of 2019 saw noteworthy solar policy changes in states around the country, including commitments to 100% clean energy from several more states!
New data from SEIA quantifies the costs of Section 201 solar tariffs, which raised the price of solar modules imported into the U.S. See what they found!
California's SB100 charts a path to 100% clean energy by 2045—but what that means for solar remains unclear. See expert insights from Aurora's GTM webinar.
At Solar Power International 2019, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) released its 10-year roadmap. See what it means for solar and you!
Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs), an alternative to traditional utilities, often provide greener power. We explore what their growth means for solar.
Michigan, like other states, is seeing revisions to solar net metering (NEM) policies. DTE Energy's NEM successor program deals a blow to solar savings.
A San Francisco policy to require large commercial building owners to source 100% of their electricity from renewable energy by 2030 bodes well for solar.
There have been a number of positive developments for the solar industry in the U.S. in 2019 to date. We explain these solar policy changes in 9 states.
Net metering policies are being changed in several ways that limit solar savings. We explain exactly what the effects are—based on recent Aurora research.
NABCEP Executive Director Shawn O'Brien shares changes to NABCEP recertification requirements, work to advance solar careers for veterans, and more.