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JFK Airport Gets NYC’s Largest Solar Energy Project — Progress Toward Paris Climate Commitment

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that New York City’s single-largest solar energy project, an installation at John F. Kennedy International Airport, has been awarded to SunPower and Goldman Sachs Renewable Power Group. It is also considered the largest planned community solar project at an airport in the United States

NY-Funded Solar One Program Empowers Vulnerable Communities With Solar + Storage, Emergency Resilience

Images provided by Solar OneSolar One is an organization that I’ve experienced first hand. An active force in clean urban transition, in particular aiding low-income households, it deserves support. Both organizations I met with in NYC — Solar One and WE ACT — had individuals reflecting the relaxed as well as energetic personalities necessary to make something work, really work

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RENEWABLE ENERGY: Wind and solar prices continue to fall, but not as quickly

Renewable energy prices continue to fall in 2019, making wind and solar increasingly competitive against fossil fuels. But the price decline of renewables has moderated in recent years, meaning continued technological improvements and expanded scale are needed for them to become even cheaper.

Solar, Storage, & EV Charging: The Holy Trinity Of Home Energy Management At #SPI2019

Solar Power International landed in Salt Lake City, Utah this year and CleanTechnica was on the ground meeting with the change makers, the disruptors, the doers, the movers, and the shakers. We’ve been diving into some of the companies we talked with, but having covered SPI for several years now, we wanted to highlight one of the newer arrivals at the show: electric vehicles

The Shift To Solar, Wind, & Electric Vehicles Is Too Monumental To Overstate

Covering solar power, wind power, and electric vehicles obsessively for ~10 years, I have run across some fascinating observations regarding these technologies and the transitions we are going through — and then I’ve subsequently forgotten many of them. This article is centered around one of the coolest observations I’ve run across, which slipped my mind for a while but just came back to the forefront this week

Low Solar Panel Prices Spark Surge in Adoption

Time is running out. If the global community has any chance of meeting the climate change caps set by the Paris Agreement, fossil fuels will have to be phased out and renewable energies implemented at a much, much faster rate. …

Portugal Bags Lowest-Cost Solar Bid In The World

The Portuguese energy secretariat has secured 1.15 GW of solar development at an average cost of €20.33 ($22.53 per megawatt-hour), representing an investment of about €800 million or $887 million. One of the bids was made at €14.76/MWh ($16.44/MWh), which was declared a new world record for low solar bidding, according to Portugal’s Journal Económico

4.37 US¢/kWh Proposed As Maximum Solar Tariff In Indian Auctions

Rooftop SolarAn industry body in India representing solar power developers made a significant proposal regarding the tariff thresholds for national-level solar power auctions. National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) proposed that all national-level solar power auctions in the country have a maximum tariff bid threshold. The industrial body has proposed a maximum threshold of Rs [&hellip