Legislation Proposed in New Mexico to Increase Solar Disclosures

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Photo Credit: Patrice Gillespie Lawmakers in New Mexico have proposed legislation that would increase the transparency requirements of solar companies during the solar sales process. Industry groups are split on the issue with established solar companies supporting the changes noting…

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Solar Leasing Continues to Lose Share to Loans

Recently released data from NYSERDA demonstrates the increasing trend of consumers electing to purchase solar vs. lease (lease or power purchase agreement).  In January in New York, the percentage of residential solar systems purchased was 46%, validating the shift that began…

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National Grid Announces Reforming the Energy Vision Project

National Grid and Utilidata announced a partnership in Clifton Park, NY as part of NY’s REV Demand Reduction Demonstration Project. National Grid will deploy Utilidata’s AdaptiVolt solution that leverages real-time information to optimize distribution delivery voltages to reduce energy usage…

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CfA Asks Florida AG to Investigate Residential Solar Industry

The Campaign for Accountability (CfA) asked Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to open up an investigation into companies that offer residential solar panels in Florida. The group claims that some solar companies are using misleading sales practices and targeting elderly…

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How Competitive is the Residential Solar Industry?

Sunvago recently published its 2016 50 top solar companies in NY and has supplemented the list with an analysis of the competitive environment in the solar industry in New York and a recent Installer Survey report from Energy Sage.  The…

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