Japan Panel Proposes Solar Tariff Cut of as Much as 16% on Costs

Japan is considering reducing the incentives for developers of solar power projects by as much as 16 percent to reflect lower operating and maintenance costs.

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India’s $250M Off-Grid Solar Market Boosts the Case for Battery Storage

Storage will be an important driver of India’s solar market, say analysts.

Battery storage is being tapped as a supplement to the $250 million market for off-grid power in India.

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Research shows that buyers are willing to pay more for homes with rooftop solar panels

New research sponsored by the Department of Energy shows that buyers are willing to pay more for homes with rooftop solar panels — a finding that may strengthen the case for factoring the value of sustainable features into home appraisals.

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North Carolina’s Future Looks Bright With Solar Energy

North Carolina, which had almost no large-scale solar energy seven years ago, now ranks first in the Southeast and fourth in the nation in solar energy capacity, says a new report from Duke University.

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Solar energy is playing surprisingly well in conservative parts of the U.S.

Solar energy boosters have a lot to be happy about these days. The growth in their industry has been tremendous, so much so that proponents are now able to wave around some pretty impressive stats. Like this: There are now over 173,000 solar jobs in the United States.

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