Everybody Solar completes first half of solar portfolio for Kentucky center for at-risk children

Buckhorn Children & Family Services, a nonprofit organization in Eastern Kentucky that provides a sanctuary of health, healing and hope for at-risk children, youth and families throughout Kentucky, unveiled their new 10-kW solar installation provided by the nonprofit Everybody Solar, in partnership with MaxSolar, Mountain Association and HOMES, Inc. This installation is the first phase… […]

Massachusetts solar installer Invaleon now accepts bitcoin as payment

Invaleon, a Massachusetts-based solar installer, announced that the company will now accept bitcoin as a form of payment. “We are ready to begin accepting bitcoin. Invaleon is adapting to industry trends by making sure our customers have access to a variety of payment methods. Accepting cryptocurrency just makes ‘cents’ and being an early adopter of… […]

Masdar Closes on Hefty Portfolio of U.S. Clean Energy Projects

Masdar, a global renewable energy company, has achieved the first closing on the acquisition of 50% of a 1.6 GW clean energy portfolio of projects in the U.S. from EDF Renewables North America, a company that specializes in renewable energy production. Masdar and EDF Renewables North America announced last year that they had agreed to […]

ForeFront Power Achieves Commercial Operation on Illinois Solar Project

ForeFront Power, a U.S.-based developer of distributed solar and energy storage projects, has achieved commercial operation of the largest solar project in Kane County, Ill.  With 7,384 panels, the 2.8 MW project delivers power to the Mooseheart Child City and School, a non-profit residential childcare facility for children and teens in need. The project created […]

Utility-scale solar makes up nearly 30% of new U.S. electricity generation in 2020 Renewables as a whole reach 78% of 2020 electricity additions

Renewable energy sources accounted for 78.09% of new utility-scale electrical generating capacity added to the U.S. grid in 2020, according to a review of FERC data by the SUN DAY Campaign. FERC’s latest monthly “Energy Infrastructure Update” report found that 28,751 MW of new utility-scale capacity was added last year, with renewable sources accounting for… […]