SOLAR ENERGY

LIKELY RATE HIKES ON THE HORIZON FOR SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina customers of Duke Energy Carolinas could soon be facing drastic rate-hikes as part of a proposal made by the power company last year. Should the proposal be approved by legislators, there will be a 12 percent rate increase beginning June 1, 2019. On average, this rate increase will cost customers an additional $15.57/month …

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THE EXCITING FUTURE OF SOLAR ENERGY AND MASS TRANSIT

Solar power. To most people this term probably evokes images of rooftop solar panels on homes and businesses, or huge solar panel arrays glistening in the sun in photovoltaic power stations, delivering utility-scale power to electricity grids. To be sure, these applications of solar energy are a crucial component of the renewable energy movement, but …

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GREEN SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES TESTIMONY IN FRONT OF USITC

By Edward Harner In August of last year, Green Solar Technologies journeyed to Washington D.C. to testify in front of the United States International Trade Commission in favor of tariffs placed on foreign-made solar panels. Read the full testimony transcript below or read at https://www.usitc.gov/press_room/documents/testimony/201_75_005.pdf  “Good morning and thank you for the opportunity to appear here today. I …

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RENEWABLE ENERGY WINS & LOSSES OF THE 2018 MIDTERM ELECTIONS

It’s officially been a week since the November 6th 2018 midterm elections, and the renewable energy landscape has changed. Let’s take a look at the most notable highlights.  NevadaThe majority of Nevada voters voted in favor of Question 6, which requires electric utilities to obtain 50% of their electricity from renewable sources (including solar energy) by …

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