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Calling all installers: EnergySage & pv magazine 2016 Installer Survey

pv magazine has joined forces with EnergySage to drill down on the residential and C&I solar markets – and we’d love to get your perspective.

U.S. Energy Department steps up its solar training

The DOE has announced $10 million in funding for workforce development, and more participation by military bases in its veterans training program.

California surpasses 75,000 solar jobs

The release of state-level U.S. solar employment information shows rapid growth in a number of states but also the danger of layoffs due to policy changes.

New York announces funding for solar training

In his state of the state speech, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo built upon his administration’s progress with $15 million in training for solar workers.

U.S. solar industry surpasses 200,000 jobs

The U.S. solar industry added 35,000 jobs from November 2014 to November 2015, its third year of 20% annual growth. Installation makes up more than half of U.S. solar jobs.

The pv magazine weekly news digest

Amid new efficiency world records, surging growth for emerging solar markets and a bullish report from IHS predicting 272.4 GW of new capacity by 2019, naysayers and doom mongers are still making their voices heard.

Solar adds more US jobs than fossil fuel extraction

Despite a boom in oil and natural gas drilling in the United States, the surging solar power industry added more new jobs to the U.S. economy in the past year than major segments of incumbent fossil fuel and utility industries combined.

REC Solar expands footprint in Hawaii to 27 MW

REC Solar has completed six new solar projects for Dole Plantation and W.M. Keck Observatory. In June, it began construction of a 14.53 MW project that is on track to be the largest PV system in Hawaii when completed.

EPIA general secretary steps down

The secretary general of the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), Adel El Gammal, has announced he is to leave the organization in November, after three years of service.

Solar-Fabrik chairman resigns from supervisory board

Alfred T. Ritter, owner of the renowned chocolate company, has resigned from his position as chairman of the supervisory board of Germany-based Solar-Fabrik AG, effective from September 30.

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