A Battery Storage System Can be the Perfect Complement to Your New Solar PPA

EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece was originally published on EDF Renewables’ website, and is being republished with permission of the author.    Hedging Against the Duck Curve As the solar industry continues to make progress on the technology cost curve, the economic competitiveness of solar power has steadily become a reality in U.S. markets across California and the desert…

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How the Midterm Results and Corporate Incentives Will Accelerate Demand for Renewables in 2019 and Beyond

Last month, ACORE hosted an executive meeting in San Francisco with senior-level developers, financiers, utilities and corporate buyers to discuss the results of the midterm elections and the new market structures that are driving growth in corporate procurement of renewable energy. Our first panel featured policy experts from E.ON and Lincoln Clean Energy in a…

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Buying renewable energy should be easy — here’s one way to make it less complex

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article originally appeared on Microsoft Corporate Blogs, and is being republished with permission of the author.    It would be difficult to overestimate the impact that corporate procurement of renewable energy, primarily through power purchase agreements (PPAs), has had on the overall renewable market. In less than a decade, renewable energy created from corporate PPAs went…

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How Clean Energy Figured in State-level Midterm Elections

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article originally appeared on Coronal Energy Insights, and is being republished with permission of the author.    In the historic recent midterm elections—where seven governor’s seats and seven state legislatures switched from Republican to Democrat—voters continued to voice their strong support for renewable and advanced energy. In addition, voters split on several key ballot initiatives in…

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