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Stranded Asset Risk: The Cost of Success in The Climate Emergency

The conversation around climate change often focuses on what could happen if we fail to address the Climate Emergency,  but if we are going to remain optimistic in the pursuit of solving the [...]

August 18, 2021

Decarbonization: Helping The Oil and Gas Industry Reach Their Bottom Line

Evan is New Energy Equity’s newest engineering intern. He brings a unique perspective as he has spent the last six years working as a chemical engineer for an oil and gas licensor, who sold [...]

July 29, 2021

California Net Energy Metering 3.0: Countdown to Concession

The California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has been changing the rules around net energy metering (NEM), causing uncertainty in the California solar market. With limited access to reliable [...]

July 13, 2021

What Are Floatovoltaics?

A world that was once reliant on a finite supply of fossil fuels, is transitioning to a world powered by myriad sources of renewable energy. Solar energy systems have become one of the most widely [...]

May 26, 2021

Transparent Solar Panels

Solar irradiation is one of the most abundant and readily available sources of renewable energy we have available to us. The development of silicon-based solar panels allowing for the capture and [...]

March 25, 2021

The Future of the Grid: The Evolution of Energy in America

As we embrace a Federal Administration that is focused on grid modernization and the evolution of energy in America, we must start to imagine what the 21st century grid will look like. The [...]

March 11, 2021

Battery Storage: A Necessity for the Future of Solar

Solar array systems with energy storage have gained a significant amount of popularity in recent years. This is attributed to the decreasing price of batteries and the increasing number of grid [...]

February 25, 2021

Agrophotovoltaics: The Land-Use Solution

Large ground mounted solar farms are one of the most common and cost-effective methods of renewable energy production. Solar farms require large amounts of open land, and with solar development [...]

February 11, 2021

Earthships: Engineering Sustainable Architecture

Concerns about climate change and our environmental footprints are widespread and, as a result, more and more people are trying to think of ways to calculate, monitor, and reduce their [...]

January 22, 2021

Project Spotlight: Norton Shores, MI

NORTON SHORES, MI, January 8, 2020 — New Energy Equity, along with their development partner Chart House Energy, has completed a 326 kW-DC solar development project consisting of three separate [...]

January 11, 2021