The New Mexico Community Solar Act is expected to be finalized in April.
Renewable power held a 19% share of the total power capacity in the U.S. in 2020, according to GlobalData. This share is expected to increase significantly to nearly 50% by 2030.
Also on the rise: Aerial inspection and site data service provider, Heliolytics, acquired by NovaSource. Solar panel recycling firm teams up with Solaris. Investment gets Texas PV developer IndustrialSun ready for launch. Community solar moves forward in Illinois. International team of researchers develop solar-powered hydrogen energy platform.
The integrated battery and control system with built-in adaptive learning algorithms is inverter-agnostic, comes EV charger ready, and turns a home into a micro-grid when the grid is down.
With Solaris providing the logistics and supply chain expertise, Recycle PV Solar ramps up its efforts to tackle the problem of decommissioned solar panels in the U.S.
Also on the rise: PosiGen, a provider of solar PV and energy efficiency solutions to low-to-moderate income households announced the close of a $100 million preferred equity financing. iSun receives its largest order yet for solar canopies for EV charging stations. Recurrent Energy completes sale of Firefly Energy solar project in Virginia. Solar Energy World, energyOrbit, and Fusion Fuel Green announce new hires.
Recurrent Energy completed the sale of the 150 MWac to Appalachian Power, the utility’s largest solar energy acquisition to date.
Also on the rise: GAF Energy jumps into Tesla’s market with solar roofing tiles. Residential solar and battery storage soared in 2021. Wallbox EV charger works in both directions. Ibredola files appeal with New Mexico supreme court. The 9,604 MW of new utility-scale solar reported by FERC for the first ten months of 2021 is the most ever added in the U.S. in a 10-month period.
The merger, which received approval from five federal agencies and the Public Utility Commission of Texas, is intended to accelerate New Mexico’s clean energy future.
Clean energy infrastructure is the answer: The time is now for the administration to pivot on messaging and to clearly define parts of the BBBA as clean energy infrastructure legislation.
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