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    California's Requirement for Residential Solar Panels Could Transform the U.S. Energy Industry

    Bloomberg—Bloomberg via Getty Images By Justin Worland May 10, 2018 California will require that new homes include their own solar panels beginning in 2020, state officials announced Wednesday in the latest step to position the state as the leader in ...

    Tibet solar energy park to benefit 2,000 poor families

    Construction of China's largest photovoltaic industrial park has begun in Samdrubze district of Shigatse, Tibet autonomous region, with the project expected to house 2,000 families from poverty-stricken areas, local anti-poverty authorities said on Thursday.

    California's Solar Roof Law Will Raise Housing And Energy Prices But Do Little To Reduce Emissions

    California’s new solar roof mandate will make housing more expensive, increase electricity prices, and transfer wealth upwards. What it won’t do is significantly reduce carbon emissions. The deployment of solar has been the main driver of high and ...

    Calif. Code Change Would Mandate Rooftop Solar

    The California Energy Commission rocked the energy world Wednesday when it unanimously approved a mandate requiring new homes in the Golden State to include rooftop solar, making it the first state to move to adopt such a rule. The 2019 Building Energy ...

    Walking on sunshine: The pavements that generate solar energy

    The organisers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar are backing a Scottish-based project that will have fans walking on sunshine. The international team, led from Glasgow Caledonian University, is creating pavements that gather energy from the Sun. In a ...

    As renewable energy grows, so does interest from Big Oil

    As the potential for wind and solar energy grows — and the cost of the technology falls — experts anticipate a growing number of traditional oil and gas companies to invest in the renewables sector. Morgan Bazilian, former lead energy specialist at ...

    Renewable Energy Index: renewables powering Australia

    “Renewable energy, particularly wind and solar, are now beginning to emerge as a significant source of power,” Noted Tristan Edis, Director of analysis and advisory. The recently released 2016/2017 Benchmark Report which was fully funded by GetUp ...

    Solar industry would benefit SC

    I disagree with the column from Duke Energy’s Kodwo Ghartey-Tagoe’s, “Why should the rest of us pay to subsidize people who choose rooftop solar power?” Solar should actually be subsidized more, and fossil fuels should be subsidized less.

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