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We at pv magazine USA have not been the biggest fans of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commissions (FERC) monthly Energy Infrastructure upate. There are multiple reasons why we feel the report falls short.To start with, it does not include behind-the-meter distribut...... [More]

While power sector holdouts such as FirstEnergy get headlines by pushing for disingenuous regulatory changes in a vain attempt to make the future look lik the past, many U.S. power companies are seeing the light in the low predictable costs of large-scale wind solar.O...... [More]

The United States was not much more than a footnote in Bloomberg New Energy Finances (BNEF) latest report on global clean energy investment trends. With so much activity going on in the rest of the world, it should be noted that the United States was clearly not where t...... [More]

We may be risking understatement in declaring that the 30% duties on imported PV cells modules recently imposed by the Trump Administration are unpopular among the international solar industry. by the deadline to file for an exemption late Friday, more than 20 manufac...... [More]

After being hit hard by oversupply conditions in the second half of 2016, polysilicon suppliers approached the following year cautiously, on the back of lower dem expectation. These expectations were of course proved wrong, as the year played out to be another record br...... [More]

As the solar industry works to adjust to solar tariffs set by the Trump Administration in January on imports of crystalline silicon PV cells, the industry must now consider other possible new tariffs that could affect solars supply side.U.S. Department of Commerce Secre...... [More]

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