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Standard Solar to Install, Own and Operate Solar Arrays in Two Montgomery Parks
10/17/2017  |  

Rockville, Md.—October 16, 2017 — Standard Solar, a leading solar energy company, has been selected by Montgomery Parks, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), to construct, own and operate the 2.5 megawatt (MW) combined ground-mount arrays at South Germantown Recreational Park and Rock Creek Regional Park. Clicktotweet.


What the ITC Ruling Means to the Solar Industry
10/04/2017  |  

On Friday September 22, the International Trade Commission (ITC) in a unanimous decision found injury to the domestic crystalline silicon solar cell industry based on a petition brought by Suniva and SolarWorld.


Solar Shines In Delaware - Training and Sustainability Side By Side
10/04/2017  |  

Since its founding 50 years ago, Delaware Technical Community College (Delaware Tech) has focused on practical job training for Delawareans, educating at least one-fourth of Delaware’s population in one way or another.


Trade Case Causes Stir at International Solar Conference
10/04/2017  |  

Hanging like a thick fog over the proceedings of the annual Solar Power International (SPI) conference in Las Vegas, an ongoing trade case cast uncertainty on the industry. The case, which pits two solar manufacturers against just about everybody else in the industry, was the focus of several panels and nearly all side conversation at the conference, which ran September 11–13.


The Clock is Ticking on The Other ITC
10/04/2017  |  

Monday's General Session at Solar Power International 2017 took on the issue that's on everyone's mind—”The Other ITC.” This, of course, refers to the trade case that SolarWorld and Suniva brought before the International trade Commission (ITC) seeking to apply tariffs to imported solar cells. The two companies contend that a rising level of imports caused them serious injury and left them unable to compete in the US market. The Solar Energy Industries Association submitted a brief that showed a long history of management and technical failures by the petitioners, summarizing that the petitioners brought their business collapse upon themselves. For more background on the case, read “Time for Action: SolarWorld joins Suniva in solar safeguards case.”



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