Utilities vs. solar: The growth of solar PV in the U.S. has served to spook many traditional power utilities, catching off guard those that had reaped the benefits of the status quo. But even while some sectors of this power divide remain at odds, there are increasing signs that utilities and solar can work together to deliver a more robust, flexible and affordable energy service for the entire nation.
Australian utility-scale: Big country, big sky, but very few big PV arrays. Australia seems to do everything but solar at scale. The country has some of the highest penetration rates of residential solar: around 5 GW of installed capacity with less than 300 MW of it coming from utility-scale. pv magazine investigates whether a change of Prime Minister could be a breath of fresh air for solar farm development in Australia.