Maryland launches review of electric-distribution systems

The Public Service Commission wants to figure out how to integrate distributed-energy resources into the grid in a way that keeps electricity distribution affordable, reliable and sustainable for the citizens of its state.

Bank of America may be interested in bailing out SunEdison

Court documents reveal potential “enthusiastic interest” from the Charlotte, N.C. banking giant to provide money to the cratering solar installer.

First US presidential debate: Candidates spar over solar energy

pv magazine presents a news analysis of the role solar energy played in the first presidential debate.

Verengo Solar files for bankruptcy, will sell solar assets to Crius Energy

Using Section 363 of Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws, the troubled California solar installer hopes to regain its position as a major installer in California as well as expand nationally.

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Verengo Solar files for bankruptcy, will sell solar assets to Crius Energy

Using Section 363 of Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws, the troubled California solar installer hopes to regain its position as a major installer in California as well as expand nationally.

U.S. Congress launches investigation into use of solar grant and ITC funds

The investigation by a Senate and House committee is looking at whether or not U.S. companies were encouraged to sign leases regardless of the credit-worthiness of signatories, as well as potential inflation of costs to obtain more funding.

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