New transferable energy tax credit requirements under IRS proposed rules

The IRS' proposed rules include requirements for making transfer elections, including the manner and due date for elections, when elections can and cannot be made, and other clarifications. Learn which credits apply and what you will need to do to qualify.




US solar to grow 40% this year: Remaining the lowest-cost option

US solar deployment is set to grow at an incredible pace over the next two years, with the full effect from the Inflation Reduction Act being noticed by 2025. It is expected to reach 30 GW per year in 2024, or roughly 50% higher than 2022 totals. See the effect on the residential and commercial markets.


Maine passes bill to jumpstart offshore wind industry

Governor Janet Mills signed legislation to start an offshore wind program that will eventually power 900,000 homes (about half of the state’s electricity load) from floating wind turbines in the Gulf of Maine. Learn about the positive impact for Maine’s economy, jobs, and climate change goals.


Massachusetts offshore wind project: A milestone for Vineyard Wind

The Vineyard Wind project has installed its first offshore substation, a significant step in bringing offshore wind energy to the state. Located 15 miles off Martha’s Vineyard, the project will power 400,000 homes in Massachusetts. Gain insight into the project and the innovative technologies deployed during installation to minimize noise and reduce ocean floor disruption.


New York’s largest rooftop solar project open to subscribers

Creating a model for other businesses, Medline has installed a rooftop solar array that will send its excess energy to community solar subscribers. The facility will utilize 40% of the clean energy generated by the project and 60% will remain available for community subscribers. Understand how this can become the model for other community solar projects.


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