With tariffs in the balance, growth gets political
Quarterly market reports about solar power tend to focus on how much solar is growing. Not surprising, since solar has been growing like a weed for years. But a report out today has been accompanied by an unusual amount of sound and fury.
More states warm to energy storage
The middle of 2017 has seen a wave of activity on energy storage among U.S. states, expanding past early adopters like California and Hawaii to unfamiliar territory like Pennsylvania, Virginia and Kentucky.
A solar brush fire in Trump country
The hog farmers of Iowa are snapping up solar. Does it portend a changing of minds in the heartland?
3 key questions in high-stakes trade battle
A high-stakes battle for the future of the solar energy industry will play out tomorrow in the Washington, D.C., hearing room of the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Solar manufacturers, under fire, say tariffs would grow jobs
Two solar manufacturers that launched a controversial trade proposal defended themselves yesterday with a report asserting that global tariffs would create jobs rather than destroy them.