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Duke Energy raises rates in South Carolina

Despite Duke’s purported commitment to clean energy, the utility is citing rising fossil fuel costs in the decision to raise rates.


California school district saves $70 million with 8.1 MW solar installation

Chula Vista Elementary School District now has solar across 48 sites and is putting the final touches on a microgrid system that will provide backup emergency power.

Westinghouse Electric to be acquired by Brookfield Renewable and Cameco

A consortium comprised of Brookfield Renewable and Cameco together with its institutional partners, has signed an agreement to acquire Westinghouse Electric Company from Brookfield Business Partners.

Sunrun completes successful residential virtual power plant in New England

In the hot summer months, thousands of residents with solar-plus-battery systems networked together to reduce peak energy costs and provide grid stability for ISO-New England’s customers.

GM aims to compete with Tesla as it moves into energy storage

The new GM Energy unit will provide a range of energy system with Ultium products for home and commercial markets as well as Ultium Charge, a public charging service.


EnerVenue offers 20-year/20k-cycle warranty for its nickel-hydrogen batteries

Capacity Assurance may be the stationary battery storage industry’s longest extended warranty.

Secret solar stories revealed in new podcast

Probably True Solar Stories is a podcast that spotlights fictional legends and heroes while educating about the solar industry.

Using AI to optimize and unlock the value of co-located solar and energy storage

When combined with on-site generation assets, battery storage systems can be used to ride out the worst of the price volatility – discharging during high prices and absorbing excess energy from generation.


Hydropower to flow to 13 more Massachusetts municipalities

FirstLight Power expands power purchase agreement with Energy New England, providing clean energy to thirteen Massachusetts communities.

Treasury seeks public input on the implementation of tax incentives in Inflation Reduction Act

With the release of the notices, Treasury has begun the process of soliciting comments from the public on key provisions. Over the coming weeks, Treasury will convene several initial stakeholder roundtables to hear directly from a wide range of voices.

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