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Green car dealership powered by green energy

TC Chevy in Ashland, Oregon is installing pole-mounted solar on trackers manufactured locally by Stracker Solar.

GameChange Solar to add 6 GW to its US manufacturing capacity

The solar tracker manufacturer will begin operating a new manufacturing line somewhere in the Midwest in February 2023.

DOE offers $26 million to demonstrate that grid can run on clean energy

The Demonstration Program intends to fund up to 10 projects that show how large-scale solar, wind, and energy storage can support the power grid by automatically adjusting to changing demand and disruptions.


Community solar market forecast to grow 7 GW by 2027

State-level policy has fueled the growth, and pending legislation for community solar programs in five states could add another 1.2 GW, according to Wood Mackenzie

Pairing agrivoltaics and pollinator habitat with community solar in New York

Renewable Properties unveils a 16-project, 70 MW portfolio that considers land use, habitat and community needs in its design.

Bill Gates-backed fund invests in automated utility-scale solar installation platform

Terabase Energy raised $44 million in funding round, supporting digital and robotic platform for building utility-scale solar power plants.

It’s time to fix our nation’s broken interconnection process

The good news is that we know what to do. Interconnection has been studied extensively by numerous industry groups and research organizations, which have arrived at some essential guiding principles for reform.


DOE launches $20 million consortium to advance US-made cadmium telluride solar cells

The Cadmium Telluride Accelerator Consortium will work toward making continued cost and efficiency improvements that will make CdTe more competitive on the global market.


The role of seasonal demand in an all-electric scenario

Peak solar production does not coincide with peak heating demand, and a team of researchers determined that meeting this demand with renewables alone will require massive deployment of renewables on top of existing fossil generation.


Enphase announces five million microinverters shipped from Salcomp factory in India

Since 2020, Salcomp has manufactured Enphase Microinverters and other components in a factory in India for the North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific markets.


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