June

January 23, 2022

The Unknown Unknowns of Vehicle-to-Grid Tech

Since June 2020, a team from the Australian National University in Canberra has been investigating the possible integration of electric vehicles into the grid. Known as REVS (Realizing Electric Vehicle-to-Grid Services), the trial is implementing vehicle-to-grid technology in a fleet of 51 Nissan Leafs in Canberra. Nissan Leafs are being used because they are the […]
June 29, 2021

Service Spotlight Series – Chaz Moore

To pay homage to our dedicated customer service team at Sol Systems, we launched our Service Spotlight Series! This interview series provides the opportunity for our customers and partners to get to know their customer service representatives and learn about what goes into serving our 16,000 customers each day. Our series continues with Chaz Moore, a SREC Customer Operations Analyst at […]

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June 24, 2021

The Sol SOURCE – June 2021

Click here to read The Sol SOURCE June 2021. The Sol SOURCE is a renewables journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter contains trends and observations gained through interviews with our team, incorporating news from a variety of industry resources. Below, we have included excerpts from the […]

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June 24, 2021

How We’ve Committed to Ensuring No Forced Labor Ever Touches our Projects 

At Sol Systems, we are committed to a just equitable energy transition and to ensuring this commitment flows through our entire business. In the past year, the production of polysilicon has been linked in many ways to forced labor in the Xinjiang region of China. Sol Systems is taking steps to ensure our solar projects are […]

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June 24, 2021

Renewables Will Be An Engine – Now Let’s Do This Right

When we started Sol in 2008 most people questioned whether the renewable energy industry would ever be cost competitive, or scale, or be financeable. Solar was unrealistic, cute, or at best, quixotic. Time has been the great arbiter.  Solar is now the single least expensive form of electricity in over 75% of the globe and […]

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June 23, 2021

Path Forward: Why Carbon Capture Is Critical for US Oil : Clean Energy Law Report : Renewable Energy Lawyer and Environmental Law Attorney : Latham & Watkins Law Firm

With increasing pressure to fight climate change, scientists, and leaders agree that carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS) is a cost-effective solution to meet emissions goals made under the Paris Agreement.  In his interview with Hart Energy, Latham partner JP Brisson discusses how aggressive efforts are needed to meet the net-zero goal, but oil and...… Continue Reading

June 21, 2021

Service Spotlight Series – Isla Kennedy

To pay homage to our dedicated customer service team at Sol Systems, we are launching our Service Spotlight Series! This interview series will provide the opportunity for our customers and partners to get to know their customer service representatives and learn about what goes into serving our 16,000 customers each day. Our series continues with  Isla […]

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June 16, 2021

Maryland SREC Values Increase Due to New RPS Law

On May 30th, Senate Bill No. 65 (SB 65) went into law, which revised Maryland’s renewable energy portfolio standard (RPS). The bill increased the solar alternative compliance payment (SACP) which utilities must pay when they do not meet RPS requirements but decreased the percentage of energy that utilities must procure from Tier I renewable resources […]

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June 1, 2021

Air Regulators Tackle Trucking at Southern California Warehouses : Clean Energy Law Report : Renewable Energy Lawyer and Environmental Law Attorney : Latham & Watkins Law Firm

A local air district approved a rule requiring warehouses to adopt clean technologies or pay a mitigation fee. By Joshua T. Bledsoe and Jennifer Garlock At a contentious board hearing on May 7, 2021, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) approved a first-in-the-nation rule to regulate trucking emissions from warehouses by a 9-4...… Continue Reading

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