SunEdison and MIC Solar energy have completed construction of a 16.4MW photovoltaic solar power plan on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, located outside Tucson AZ
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Not quite sure where this innovative solar array came from but find it intriguing. What say you? Can't you just see a boulevard or Old Town USA lined with Solar Tree's and you could string your Xmas and streetlights for year round use too!
Charlotte NC Dozens of people came out to protest Duke Energy's plan Monday to pay solar customers less for the unused energy they generate.
Arizona is not in it alone apparently. "Commissioner Mark Ferron, member of the California Public Utilities Commission has warned of intense pressure by utilities to protect against the incursion of rooftop solar energy."
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Arizona Solar Utilities face a fight from Solar Advocates circulating a petition with over 30,000 signers already on board.
By Ray Stern Fri., Nov. 15 2013 at 12:34 PM
For now, though, residential solar companies and their customers must continue to make deals with the devil, a.k.a. the utility, which they cannot do without.
Yesterday's vote by the Corporation Commission sets a pro-utility precedent for Arizona and the rest of the country that's poised to affect solar sales in the near future.