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Biden's Proposed 2022 Budget Addresses Climate Change Head On

Jun 4, 2021 9:15:00 AM / by Paul Fischer posted in Solar Energy, Solar Development, Solar Capital, Solar Finance, United States, Energy Storage, Wind Energy, Climate Change, Energy Transition, Environmental Impact, Clean Energy, Solar assets, Climate Disruption, Clean Energy Economy, North America, President Biden, Climate Research, Environmental Justice

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Just before the holiday weekend, President Biden unveiled a $6 trillion proposal for the 2022 budget. A large portion of this proposed budget has been allocated towards fighting climate change and transitioning to a clean energy future. 

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Solar and wind delivered more energy generation than ever before in March

May 28, 2021 10:00:00 AM / by Tim Sylvia, pv magazine posted in Policy, United States, Markets, Grids, Integration, Technology, Sustainability, Markets & Policy, Monitoring

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Solar Panels and Wind Turbines at Organic Valley's Cashton Office Building

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The U.S. shines as a market ripe for renewable investment, EY says

May 25, 2021 9:30:00 AM / by Tim Sylvia, pv magazine posted in Renewable Energy, Solar Development, Solar Finance, United States, Markets, Solar Industry, Business, Finance, Investments, Paris Climate Agreement, Renewables, Green Finance, ESG Investing, Solar assets, Markets & Policy, North America

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More than 7,000 schools across the US are solar powered

May 14, 2021 9:30:00 AM / by Tim Sylvia, pv magazine posted in Education, Commercial Solar, Businesses, Policy, United States, Markets, Business, Installations, Industrial PV, Commercial PV, Utility Scale Markets, Markets & Policy

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Green Bank funds leveraged $1.69 billion in clean energy projects during 2020

May 13, 2021 9:15:00 AM / by David Wagman, pv magazine posted in Renewable Energy, Solar Finance, Massachusetts, United States, New York, Finance, Investment Tax Credit, Energy Efficiency, Climate Change, Energy Generation, 2020, Sustainability, Environmental Impact, Renewables, Clean Energy, Green Finance

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On Earth Day, Biden pledges to cut U.S. emissions by 50% by 2030

Apr 23, 2021 9:15:00 AM / by David Wagman, pv magazine posted in Policy, United States, Energy Storage, Markets, Utility-Scale PV, Decarbonize, Decarbonization, Electric Vehicles, Hydrogen, World, Utility Scale Markets, Clean Energy, Clean Energy Jobs, Carbon Emissions, Markets & Policy

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Here’s what Biden’s infrastructure bill offers solar and cleantech

Apr 1, 2021 8:45:00 AM / by Tim Sylvia, pv magazine posted in Solar Finance, Policy, United States, Energy Storage, Markets, Balance of Systems, Solar Industry, Finance, Solar Incentives, Electric Vehicles, Infrastructure, Green Hydrogen, Grids, Integration, Technology, Sustainability, Employment, Utility Scale Markets, Batteries, Covid-19, Green Finance, Legal, Manufacturing, Markets & Policy, Technology & R&D, Battery

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U.S. solar industry comes ‘roaring back,’ breaks multiple records in 2020

Mar 18, 2021 9:30:00 AM / by Joe Bebon, pv magazine posted in Policy, United States, Markets, Utility-Scale PV, Community Solar, Residential PV, Industrial PV, Commercial PV, Utility Scale Markets, Clean Energy, Markets & Policy

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Image: NREL/Dennis Schroeder

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What is going on in Texas? #ERCOTfail

Feb 17, 2021 3:45:00 PM / by Paul Fischer posted in Solar Energy, United States, Markets, Texas, Power Generation, Fossil Fuels, Coal, Wind Energy, Climate Change, ERCOT, Energy Transition, Technology, natural gas, Coal Plants, Power Outages, Republican, Democrat, txenergy, txwx, txpoweroutage, Climate Disruption, txlege

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Image: Weather Service International

This picture shows the temperature (in Fahrenheit) departure from normal during this recent cold snap. 

 

Late Sunday night, extraordinarily cold temperatures made their way into Texas. As the temperature dropped, the people of Texas switched on the heat, with much of it being electric, in an effort to stay warm. Unfortunately, people weren't the only ones to feel the cold grip of mother nature. Extremely low temperatures, ice, and snow caused power plants to go offline. As the demand for power rapidly shot up, supply drastically fell. 

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What does a Biden Victory mean for Clean Energy?

Nov 18, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by Paul Fischer posted in Renewable Energy, Solar, Solar Development, Solar Capital, Utilities, United States, Business, Rooftop Solar, Solar Cost & Prices, Decarbonize, Power Generation, Fossil Fuels, Electric Vehicles, Investments, Green Hydrogen, Solar Panels, World, Industry, Government, Employment, Batteries, Covid-19, Resilience, Renewables, Clean Energy, Green Finance, Zero Emissions, Jobs

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