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Strong state solar policies boost adoption of distributed energy
May 20, 2024
Of the 29 GW of solar installed in the U.S.…
No ceiling on U.S. glass opportunity
May 17, 2024
With PV module capacity ramping up, glass suppliers have been…
Solidion seeks to provide sodium-based electrolytes as an alternative to lithium-ion batteries
May 16, 2024
The company says the technology’s better cycle times and potential…
Opposition stymies solar – sometimes
May 13, 2024
Strong growth in U.S. solar installations might suggest that solar…
Sodium battery startup wins People’s Choice Award at Industry Growth Forum
May 07, 2024
Adena Power is developing an energy storage solution using sodium…
Birch Creek to procure 547 MW of U.S.-made First Solar modules
Apr 30, 2024
Birch Creek, which has a portfolio of over 14.2 GW…
Important Q1 solar policy changes across 50 states
Apr 17, 2024
Trends spotted in the NC Clean Energy Technology Center report…
Solving the challenges of a growing EV industry
Apr 01, 2024
The U.S. Department of Energy announced funding for 17 battery…
Sunrise brief: Ohio’s $1 billion, 800 MW solar project gains regulatory approval
Mar 25, 2024
Also on the rise: U.S. states have a lot of…
Ohio’s $1 billion, 800 MW solar project gains regulatory approval
Mar 22, 2024
One of the nation's largest solar projects has been approved…
Sunrise brief: California cuts interconnection costs for distributed solar developers that agree to export limits
Mar 22, 2024
Also on the rise: NABCEP conference 2024 shining bright in…
Doral Renewables secures $114 million for Ohio solar project
Mar 21, 2024
The utility-scale solar project will supply power to the PJM…
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