UK’s Largest Solar Project Approved, Will Snub Government Subsidies

Cleve Hill, the U.K.’s largest-ever solar project, received its government planning approvals this week. The question is how the 350-megawatt development proceeds from here in a large-scale solar market that has all but died out.

Located in southeastern England, along the North Kent coast, Cleve Hill is under development by Hive Energy and…

Court Ruling Again Stalls Trump Plan for Tariffs on Bifacial Solar

A court this week again rebuffed the Trump administration’s efforts to put tariffs on imported bifacial solar modules.

A Wednesday ruling from the United States Court of International Trade means the federal government must continue to allow bifacial solar panels to enter the U.S. duty-free, despite the administration’s repeated attempts…

Renewables Toppled Coal in US Energy Consumption Last Year, EIA Says

The U.S. got more energy from renewables in 2019 than it did from coal, a year sooner than that same milestone is expected for the electricity sector on its own, according to the Energy Information Administration.

Last year the U.S. consumed 11.3 quadrillion British thermal units of coal, the lowest…