By The Guardian on May 2, 2012
Solar industry concerns over the effect of the cut appear to be supported by dramatic dip in installations since 1 April
By Timothy Hurst on February 24, 2011
The Colorado House Committee on Agriculture, Livestock, & Natural Resources voted to indefinitely postpone HB 1228, a bill that would have explored the economic impact of distributed generation of renewable energy in the state.
By Timothy Hurst on August 3, 2010
A coalition of business and environmental organizations in the Los Angeles area is proposing the nation’s largest renewable energy feed-in tariff program.
By Mridul Chadha on April 7, 2010
The Indian government plans to offer 30% solar subsidies to domestic and commercial users but in order to make the program a success, and reach the goal of 20,000 MW solar energy by 2022, it needs to take several essential policy initiatives.
By Timothy Hurst on October 12, 2009
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Sunday signed the nation’s first statewide solar feed-in tariff, a provision that requires utilities to purchase solar energy put back on to the grid at above-market prices.