Earlier this year, a group of Stoel Rives attorneys traveled to Mexico to assess existing opportunities and pending developments in the Mexican power markets.
An article from the New York Times highlights the innovative approaches that some states and communities are taking to develop solar energy resources.
Mergers and Acquisitions in Renewable Power Sector Signals Growing Optimism About Viability of Renewables
At the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala this past weekend, the High Commissioner of India to Canada, Nirmal Vermal, spoke enthusiastically about India’s interest in increasing its investment in renewable power, and also indicated that India would draw from the experiences of countries such as Canada to inform its investment decisions.
Manufacturing is an energy-intensive enterprise. Moreover, in the Northeast, energy and electricity are expensive. We are finding that more and more of our manufacturing clients are taking charge (pun intended) of their energy costs by looking at what used to be called “alternative energy.”
The “age of renewables” has arrived in the United States, the world’s biggest electricity market, Citigroup says, and solar and wind energy are becoming competitive with natural gas peaking and baseload plants.
After the years of inconclusive resource planning, months of contested case proceedings, and days of oral argument, discussion and review that led to today’s deliberations, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (“Commission”) unanimously decided not to decide.
Solar project developers and investors should mark their calendars for April 15, 2014, when Xcel Energy plans to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for up to 150 MW of solar generation.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission approved the methodology for calculating value of solar (VOS) tariffs in Minnesota as developed by the Department of Commerce.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has released its annual report on the performance of the U.S. solar industry in 2013.
The closing of the doors last week at a mid-Atlantic states solar installer highlights the uncertainty of the photovoltaic market and brings to the fore the vagrancies of renewable energy credits (RECs) and in particular solar renewable energy credits (SRECs).