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The world can manufacture enough solar to reach decarbonization goals

NREL researchers model viable pathways to supplying the estimated 60 TW of capacity required for decarbonization, and study the effect that disruptive solar technologies may have on deployment cost and market opportunity.

NEM 3.0 sparks the growing potential of virtual power plants

Exploring California’s energy transition with the help of alternative battery technologies.

OCI Solar enhances solar training program in San Antonio

The solar company teamed up with St. Philip’s College, Project Quest, and the San Antonio Area Foundation to establish SolarJobs SA, an education and workforce initiative designed to help prepare students for careers in the renewable energy industry.

Stanley Black & Decker 100% renewable energy powered in Kentucky

A 4.3 MW solar project will power the company’s on-site production facility, with excess going to the state.


50 states of solar incentives: Utah

More large-scale solar is likely on the way for Utah, as the Federal Energy Act of 2020 aims to deploy 25 GW of solar, wind, and geothermal production on public lands no later than 2025. One of the first land areas that was vetted for this development is in Utah.

Commercial Solar Guy sells 101 MW New York portfolio, seeks additional 60 acres

The solar developer is also seeking another 16 MW of solar, mostly in the NYSEG power company region, to fill out the portfolio.

Colorado passes bill to speed up solar permitting, inspection

HB-1234 provides nearly $1,000,000 to help local governments streamline solar permitting and inspection to support solar adoption.

Solar Decathlon winners announced

Ball State University, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, and The Cooper Union named 2023 Build and Design Challenge winners of this annual Department of Energy collegiate competition.

Shoals Technologies and Brookfield Renewable launch EV charging-as-a-service

The above-ground, turnkey solution for EV charging infrastructure eliminates large up-front payments and enables streamlined project deployment.

Nevados all-terrain solar trackers chosen for three Virginia solar farms

Energix Partners signs long-term supply agreement with Nevados, seeking to improve erosion controls and operations of solar assets.  

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