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State prices for distributed ranged from $2.10/W for large systems to $4.50/W for residential. Three of the… https://t.co/rzjC2VlVPx

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There are clear economies of scale with distributed , and wide price ranges for smaller systems. Residential… https://t.co/BkqCV0HQcC

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Installed prices in US are still much higher than other countries, mostly due to soft costs. Residential PV… https://t.co/QmkNI8XixI

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Installed prices for distributed continue to fall. National median in 2017 was $3.70/W for residential (down… https://t.co/K3uKJT8oWz

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Our annual TRACKING THE SUN report is out, with data on distributed trends in the US. Report, slide deck, w… https://t.co/mQbzrvCHsn

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TODAY: Join our free webinar on our new utility-scale report! September 20 at 10am Pacific / 1… https://t.co/SPQCp7fJ0n

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Utility-scale capacity factors range from 14% to 35% in the US. Performance, cost, growth and other data vis… https://t.co/FfW6umLBlj

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The US has 190 GW of capacity in interconnection queues – more than wind or natural gas - promising strong f… https://t.co/yUr4o79zIC

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Tune in to our webinar on Thursday to hear details from our new utility-scale report! September 20 at 1 ET /… https://t.co/4ZZ1wd3b93

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PPA prices for utility-scale continue to fall, some now under $20/MWh. New report and interacti… https://t.co/ZKO3z4CSHT

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prices continue to fall, dominated by the windy interior states. See over 400 PPA prices on an interact… https://t.co/Xj9dCamnA1

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Utility-scale developers are choosing single-axis tracking mounts (72% of new projects) over fixed-tilt. Ne… https://t.co/Wi0WzTab4E

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All but nine states have utility-scale now. New interactive data tools on from .… https://t.co/ELRcna1zzP

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The Southeast is the new leader with the most growth in 2017. 40% of all systems over 5 MW were in the regio… https://t.co/qs1MkOzFvY

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Wind turbines are getting bigger, with implications for performance. Use this new interactive dashboard from… https://t.co/HBu9rY8xl8

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When it comes to , Texas is in a league of it’s own with over 22,000 MW and still growing fast. New inter… https://t.co/YkZyRZKrou

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was the second-largest source of new U.S. power capacity added in 2017, beating wind for a second year in a… https://t.co/D3tgOhvf4x

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2/3rds of all US states now have utility-scale (>5MW) projects. More data and interactive data tools at… https://t.co/YKMrcnhxvS

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Nebraska has the best-performing projects in the US, with a state average of 43.8% capacity factor in 20… https://t.co/e6PBIeRu61

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Welcome to the Wind Belt – the five states with the best performing stretch from Oklahoma to North Dakot… https://t.co/TM91Ie90uS

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