As Fuse noted, Germany hopes to boost its anemic electric vehicle (EV) sales with incentives in line with the US and some other EU countries. Prime Minister Merkel wants a million EVs on the road by 2020, but only 30,000 Continue reading Germany Weighs EV Incentives→
The NC Clean Energy Technology Center’s overview of solar policy by state, published in April, includes this point-in-time chart: Current Net Metering and Distributed Generation Compensation Policies by State, Q1 2016
To celebrate the milestone of a million installed solar PV installations in the US, SEIA published a fact book about solar, including this chart showing how falling prices helped promote installations.
Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change has published Investor Expectations of Electric Utilities Companies – Looking down the line at carbon asset risk, which includes this graphic showing how the switch to low carbon will affect utilities.
SaveOnEnergy created an excellent infographic detailing how solar panels work. This is useful in cases where, as author Arthur C. Clarke suggested, a sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.