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For a Moment, 50+ Percent of CA’s Energy Came From Solar

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

On March 4, 2018, solar in California broke a record. Then, on the 5th, it broke another one. Read more >

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3 Takeaways from the Latest Solar Results

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

The official industry solar results for 2017 have just been released, and as always there’s a lot to process. Here are three takeaways that jump out. Read more >

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3 preguntas y respuestas sobre la energía solar: ¿qué?, ¿por qué?, y ¿cómo?

, energy analyst

Ver la energía del sol siendo aprovechada para producir electricidad a través de páneles solares es algo que encuentro profundamente fascinante. El sol es una fuente inagotable de energía, y su uso para producir electricidad proporciona múltiples beneficios, desde generación de empleos, estabilización de e incluso ahorros en la factura de electricidad para sus consumidores, y mejoras en la salud y el medio ambiente porque es una fuente de energía limpia.

Mas, ¿de qué se trata esta tecnología? ¿Cuáles son sus beneficios? Y, ¿cómo podemos tener acceso a ella? ¡Acá les cuento!

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4 Happy Thoughts about the Trump Solar Tariffs

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

I’ve talked about the many problems with President Trump’s recent decision to tax imports of solar cells and modules. I’m an optimist by nature, though, so I’m always looking for the silver lining. Here are four theories I’ll be testing with my sunny-side take on all this: Solar will grow, solar jobs will grow, the solar industry is strong, and we are strong.

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The Facts About Trump’s Solar Tariffs – Who Gets Hurt? Who Gets Helped?

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

The solar-related shoe we’ve been expecting has finally dropped: President Trump recently announced new taxes on imported solar cells and modules. There’s plenty of downside to his decision, in terms of solar progress, momentum, and jobs. But will it revive US manufacturing?

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