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It’s official: California governor Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown has signed Assembly Bill 327, which addresses several topics critical to solar energy in the nation’s biggest solar energy state: extending net metering and the renewable energy portfolio standard (RPS).

The New York Independent Service Operator (NYISO) claims it would “support in principle” future exemptions for renewable energy generation in buyer-side mitigation efforts to control new energy generation. It’s an example of how renewable energy is paying closer attention to wholesale power markets in several key states.

The New York Independent Service Operator (NYISO) claims it would “support in principle” future exemptions for renewable energy generation in buyer-side mitigation efforts to control new energy generation. It’s an example of how renewable energy is paying closer attention to wholesale power markets in several key states.

For the global solar photovoltaic industry, it is not a question of whether poor-quality or lesser-quality PV modules are making their way into the marketplace. They are. The more relevant question is when will the industry begin to see the effects of these lesser quality modules, and where will the impacts will be felt?

As disappointed as some local fans of the Solar Decathlon may be, it turns out this might have been a good year for the event to move out of Washington, D.C. While budget dispute clouds loom over the federal government and the Capitol, the biannual Department of Energy event is casting its own sunshine in Irvine, California. The Decathlon, started

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