Also on the rise: Canadian BIPV manufacturer releases solar modules that look like roof shingles, microgrids solve modern-day energy challenges, what may be the world’s largest battery complete, Colorado utility releases RFP for solar with battery storage.
Platte River Power Authority looking to obtain up to 250 MW of new solar generating capacity and encourages battery energy storage components.
The Manatee Energy Storage Center in Florida is made up of 132 energy storage containers, organized across a 40-acre plot of land, equivalent to 30 football fields.
Also on the rise: House passes forced labor bill for Xinjiang region, U.S. Solar Market Insight Report projects Build Back Better could add 44 GW of capacity through 2026, solar microgrid completed for crop production facility in the heart of the corn belt, Texas grid to get much-needed upgrade.
Emergent Solar Energy completed a solar microgrid system for a crop production facility in Indiana, which will offset nearly 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide in its lifetime.
Also on the rise: A new EV battery factory in South Carolina, lithium-ion battery recycling company expands, solar module manufacturer Silfab and national installer Titan Solar strengthen partnership, more funding for solar on tribal lands, Apex Clean Energy inks deal with Wyerhaeuser, Shell buys storage and energy company Savion.
Standard Solar, Inc., has acquired 10 megawatts of community solar projects in Oregon.
Sempra Foundation funding goes to GRID Alternatives’ Tribal Solar Accelerator Fund
Also on the rise: Solar in Kentucky set to employ displaced coal workers, steps to take to mitigate cyberattack risks, net-metered solar up for a vote in nation’s largest rooftop solar market, and details emerge on what the Build Back Better program means for solar
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