The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation offers up its thoughts on the tenure of outgoing Energy Secretary Steven Chu.
The U.S. is offering up $12 million in new research funding aimed at bringing solar cell efficiencies closer to the “Shockley-Queisser Limit.”
The U.S. is developing regional test centers for large-scale solar power technology, hoping to boost investor confidence in projects.
A $12 million, second round of Rooftop Solar Challenge funding by the federal government is intended to drive down the cost of residential and small commercial PV installations.
More than one in three U.S. solar installers say they limit or avoid sales in certain areas because the permitting processes there are difficult.
Concentrating photovoltaics and the Obama administration’s green energy policies will be tested as the U.S.-backed Soitec plant opens in San Diego.
The Obama administration announces $21 million in grants for two projects aimed at reducing solar installation costs through plug-and-play PV technologies.