Skip to content

Acciona completes Texas-size solar project near Houston

The 458 MW Red-Tailed Hawk solar plant is the company’s largest solar plant to date.

GoodWe U.S. inverter on Sunnova’s approved vendor list

This partnership allows GoodWe and Sunnova to meet the growing demand by commercial and industrial customers that want to stabilize energy costs.

Cleanleaf Energy O&M portfolio grows to 1.8 GW

Cleanleaf, spun out of Borrego in 2022, signed agreements with Heelstone Renewable Energy to provide O&M services to five solar projects in Pennsylvania and Georgia.

NYPA prequalifies 79 developers and investors for renewable projects

The developers and investors were selected based on a Request for Information (RFI) issued in March that sought to assess potential interest and opportunities for solar, wind, battery storage, green hydrogen, geothermal, and related transmission projects.

What are states doing to make virtual power plants a reality?

With policymakers, utilities, and private enterprise working collaboratively to find solutions that work for a given state’s unique circumstances, we will surely see continued growth of virtual power plants.

Strong state solar policies boost adoption of distributed energy

Of the 29 GW of solar installed in the U.S. in 2023, 31% was distributed solar, according to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.

Silfab receives funds to develop U.S.-made back-contact N-type solar cells

Silfab Solar is one of seven awardees of DOE funding for projects that will use dual-use PV technologies to electrify buildings, decarbonize the transportation sector and reduce land-use conflicts.

U.S. solar exceeds five million installations

Over half of all U.S. solar installations have come online since the start of 2020 and over 25% have come online since the Inflation Reduction Act became law.

Plug Power’s $1.6 billion loan guarantee for clean hydrogen facilities

The Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office announced a conditional commitment for loan guarantee to help finance construction of up to six facilities across several U.S. states to produce clean hydrogen using Plug Power’s own electrolyzer technology.

November election pivotal to clean energy momentum

A Wood Mackenzie report that a Republican victory in 2024 presidential election could put $1 trillion energy investment on the line and put pressure on states to step up.

Welcome to pv magazine USA. This site uses cookies. Read our policy.

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close