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California governor sets goal of 3 million climate-ready homes, 6 million heat pumps by 2030

The new targets for climate-resilient housing were announced as part of a letter to the California Air Resources Board, which focuses on the implementation and acceleration of California’s climate goals.


First Solar receives order from Akuo for 500 MW of advanced thin film modules

The multi-year agreement would see deliveries from 2024 to 2026 for US and international utility-scale solar projects.

Watch: Huge solar wing unfurled prior to satellite launch

The 36-foot, five-panel solar wing will provide energy for the EarthCARE satellite mission.

Qcells to secure solar glass from Canada for its US manufacturing operation

Canadian Premium Sand and Hanwha sign agreement for patterned solar glass manufactured in Manitoba.

Considerations for solar projects during heat waves

High temperatures can affect different components of PV systems. Inverters can fail, the efficiency of solar modules can decline, and existing cell damage can become worse. However, investors, planners, and operators can adjust to heat waves in a number of different ways.

Five things to consider in designing and commissioning high performance solar-plus-storage projects

No two projects are alike, and sharing the lessons learned from working on these highly complex systems can help accelerate the deployment of energy storage with essential clean energy assets.

Comparing performance of transparent solar windows to traditional windows

The results of the study by Wells Fargo Foundation and NREL initiative showed that PV-coated windows can appreciably lower the solar heat gain coefficient.


Solar on Wisconsin city hall provides for more than half of the complex’s energy needs

The 389 kW rooftop system puts Wauwatosa on track to cut carbon emissions by 50% by 2030.


Siting renewables on brownfields in Wyoming

The Brightfields Energy Siting tool identifies areas in Wyoming where new energy development is unlikely to encounter land-use conflicts.


Pittsburgh Airport solar microgrid saved $1 million in energy costs

In one year, Pittsburgh Airport’s microgrid saved so much in energy costs that it’s considering doubling the size of the installation.

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