Solar Batteries
26 Mar: The Changing State of the US Energy Storage Market

The rapid growth of the solar and renewable energy market has presented some challenges for the United States electrical grid, which will need to grow and adapt in order to facilitate these technologies.

Sustainable Capital Finance and NextEra have formalized a multi-year collaboration
11 Mar: Sustainable Capital Finance and NextEra have Formalized a Multi-Year Collaboration

We are pleased to announce that Sustainable Capital Finance (SCF) has formalized its multi-year collaboration with NextEra Energy Distributed Generation, a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC. The joint development agreement will provide power purchase agreement (PPA) & takeout solutions for…

04 Mar: Solar PPAs for Schools: The Process and Benefits
With electricity costs continuing to rise across the US, nonprofit organizations such as schools and universities are looking for new ways to lower their power bills. A solar power purchase agreement, or solar PPA, can be the perfect solution to allow nonprofit organizations such as schools, to enjoy the same tax benefits afforded to homeowners and businesses.
pg&e silver linings
13 Feb: PG&E’s Bankruptcy: Silver Linings for the Solar Industry

California gas and power giant PG&E is officially filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy after equipment malfunctions started a series of devastating wildfires, including the Tubbs and Camp fires. This move could help the utility avoid billions in damages while they restructure, as a means to prioritize paying…

30 Jan: Community Solar Has Never Been More Accessible

As renewable energy has become more mainstream, many businesses, schools, municipalities, and churches are looking for ways to cut their electricity bills and support environmentally friendly energy sources. While large commercial and industrial entities may have ample roof or parking…

25 Jan: Safety in Renewable Energy VS Conventional

In the aftermath of one of California’s most destructive series of wildfires yet, it seems the blame may fall on two of the state’s largest utility companies… again. Regulators have communicated that Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) and Southern California…