Two new solar energy farms are generating a small but growing supply of electricity in West Tennessee, the latest signs of progress in an industry that proponents say is primed to add jobs and bolster rural and urban power supply.
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SAN FRANCISCO - California solar energy advocates today praised a proposed decision by the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) that, if approved, will likely boost renewable energy use by homeowners, businesses, and commercial uses and lower energy costs for both solar and non-solar energy ratepayers.
Connecticut's public works regulator plans to distribute $720 million to zero-emissions, renewable-energy generation and $300 million to low-emissions generation over the next several years, detailing for the first time how the state will spend more than $1 billion of required investments in commercially generated renewable power.
While solar offers clean renewable energy, that doesn't mean making PV has always been an entirely environmentally or socially responsible business.
Tennessee's big annual sun spot - 2012 Tennessee Valley Solar Solutions Conference - opened Tuesday at Memphis Cook Convention Center as if riding a snowball that is gathering speed and mass.