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SEIA plans expansion into Midwest

SEIA plans expansion into Midwest

SEIA is seeking expansion into the Midwest. A special committee is meant to help with this. The aim is to redirect the association’s attention to state-level policy battles, as experts believe this is where the future of solar will be determined.

Solar power increasingly popular with houses of worship

Solar power increasingly popular with houses of worship

The rates for PV installations have dropped by a remarkable 73 percent over the course of the last eight years, which made houses of worship like churches, mosques, synagogues and others develop a growing interest in solar power.

PV in Poland: bidding to start still in 2016

PV in Poland: bidding to start still in 2016

Heaven and hell have rarely been as close together as when it comes to the topic of PV in Poland. Now, it seems, the energy policy has finally reached its goal: still this year, on 30th December 2016, the first biddings are set to start in Poland, which will be continued with a second round in 2017.

Solar rises by 40% compared to 2015 in United States

Solar rises by 40% compared to 2015 in United States

Renewable energies reach historic number by making 15 % of the U.S. energy market. Albeit only 1.4 % of these renewables are placed in the solar sector, it still means a 40 % increase from 2015.

Trump: different president, different energy approach?

Trump: different president, different energy approach?

November 2016 brought change to the United States in many ways: not only was it time to elect a new president, but rarely has the battle for the White House been fought so vigorously. The result came as a surprise to most Americans and the rest of the world: Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States, and has announced to bring change. What this means for the renewable energy sector is currently being discussed globally by experts.

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