Author: Jim Pierobon

Vitally important to BARC: to build and finance a system to self-sustain its own growth. We needed to get the levelized (average) cost of energy low enough so that a portion of every subscription would be set aside in a revolving fund to pay for project expansion.

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“We’re doing a lot of work with real estate agents to understand what their needs are and to provide them a scope of services that can help both home buyers and sellers,” Adams said.

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For solar to grow in Virginia, many eyes are on a working group involving the regional solar trade association and utilities, but not small solar advocates

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Find Jim Pierobon’s articles for Southeast Energy News in our newly established ARCHIVE category.

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The relatively small rooftop solar industry has the potential to grow tremendously, creating lots of jobs, based on an analysis of data from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Solar Energy Industries Association and The Solar Foundation.

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“The ‘Motion for Relief from Judgment or Order, or Alternative Motion to Reopen Case Due to Fraud or Other Misconduct on the Court on the Part of Proponents of Citizen Initiative” is hereby denied.”

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The utilities say their own “motivations are clear: Amendment 1 is designed to protect the use of solar energy in Florida but would ensure that government can manage its growth to protect the broader public interest.”

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