US to Invest $29 Million in Solar Technologies

The U.S. Department of Energy announced it will invest $29 million in solar projects in an effort to boost the nation’s renewable energy sector.

Transparency and Better Forecasting Tools Needed for the Solar Industry

According to speakers at a Renewable Energy World Conference session on Successful Solar Development, developers and financiers of solar projects would benefit from greater transparency into manufacturing lines. In addition, as utilities add increasing amounts of solar power into their power mixes, independent system operators will need more sophisticated tools to accurately forecast how much […]

SolarCity Cuts Proposed IPO Pricing, Increases Size of Placement

SolarCity Corp., the solar power provider led by billionaire Elon Musk, cut the proposed pricing of its initial public offering while increasing the number of shares offered.

The Big Question: What is Onshore Wind's Future in Europe?

Renewable Energy World asks leading players in the industry for their verdicts on a key question of the moment. In this edition we asked for views on European onshore wind:

Jordan Adopts Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Shelves Nuclear

While North American regulators continue debating the merits of feed-in tariffs, another developing country has adopted the policy renowned for rapidly developing renewable energy in the developed world.

Why Confirmation Bias is Dangerous in the Solar Industry

Confirmation bias is the tendency for people to seek out information that confirms their views – the attempt to eliminate confirmation is the number one goal of classic market research and the analyst’s confirmation bias is the first target of this effort.

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