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Innergex acquires 60 MW solar portfolio in Ontario

The portfolio includes the Sault Ste. Marie 1, 2, and 3 facilities, and is expected to generate annual revenues of approximately $33.1 million in 2023.

Tariff investigation, equipment detainments lead to 16% drop in new solar capacity in 2022

U.S. Solar Market Insight 2022 Year in Review reports a drop in solar growth due to anti-circumvention tariffs and UFLPA; however, the long-term forecast sees the U.S. solar industry as a pillar of the energy transition, expecting a 60 to 70 GW annual market toward the end of the outlook.

How NEM 3.0 could change California’s clean energy landscape  

NEM 3.0 takes effect on April 15. For customers who don’t qualify, or don’t get an application submitted in time, developers need to be ready to implement more solar and storage projects down the line.


Supply chain company sources clean energy at five new locations

Arvato Supply Chain Solutions is sourcing solar and wind energy in different ways depending on the region, including through a community choice aggregator.

North America’s bid to onshore rare earth supply

With electric vehicle (EV) adoption set to turbocharge demand for rare earth elements in Canada and in the United States this decade, attempts are being made to loosen the region’s dependence on China for the sourcing and processing of such critically important energy transition materials.

Portable household generator charges in one hour

Zendure recently introduced the SuperBase V, a generator that can be powered by the sun, charge two EVs at a time, and provide power to the home for a week or more.


Renewable Properties closes financing for nearly 30 MW of community solar in two states

The California and New York portfolio is financed by Fund 8, Renewable Properties’ fourth tax equity fund partnership with Nelnet, a corporate tax equity partner that also has a solar engineering, procurement, and construction and operation and maintenance business.

Florida multi-family solar installation uses SolShare behind-the-meter hardware

SolShare technology enables the residents in 65 of the units to subscribe to a portion of the solar energy produced on the roof, offsetting the cost of their individual electricity bills.

Important code requirements and recent developments for PV systems

The requirements for distributed energy resources (DERs) are rapidly evolving, including those for DERs using solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. This second installment in a series on evolving standards details the code and additional safety requirements for the connection of direct current PV circuits to inverters.

Agrivoltaics can provide food and energy for growing world population

Cornell researchers found that solar modules mounted 13 feet high with soybeans planted underneath positively affect the microclimate of the farm and surface temperature of solar modules.


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