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Looking back: 3 stories you may have missed

There was A LOT of important news last week, so you can’t possibly have seen it all. When stories fall through the cracks, we catch them — and then we bring them to you in a collection we call Looking back.

Altus Power America raises $200 million from Wall Street

Goldman Sachs, Global Atlantic Financial Group and Blackstone subsidiary bet heavily on Altus’ future as a solar developer.

Quick Hits: 3 questions with SEIA Interim President Tom Kimbis

pv magazine, in conjunction with Solar Wakeup’s The United States of Solar podcast series, sat down with SEIA’s Interim President Tom Kimbis. You can hear the full podcast here, but here are three things you need to know from the interview.

Why plummeting panel prices could mean industry instability

The U.S. market watched the prequel to this current panel price-slide in 2011 — and the question is why the sequel is happening again so soon.

Las Vegas casinos continue flight from NV Energy’s jurisdiction

Over the weekend, MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts Ltd. left NV Energy to pursue renewable energy sources.

A conversation with new DOE Sunshot Initiative leader Charlie Gay

We present the highlights from a wide-ranging conversation with Gay concerning the future of the solar industry and the Sunshot Initiative’s role in it.

Grid Alternatives will install 92 solar projects on U.S. tribal lands

Thanks to a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Oakland, Calif.-based non-profit solar installer will put 394 kW to electrify areas that are often underserved by utilities.

Bank of America may be interested in bailing out SunEdison

Court documents reveal potential “enthusiastic interest” from the Charlotte, N.C. banking giant to provide money to the cratering solar installer.

SoCore outlines deal to buy 22 SunEdison projects in Minnesota

In a filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York, the president of SoCore Energy discussed the nearly $80 million deal.

First Presidential Debate: Candidates spar over solar energy

pv magazine USA presents a news analysis of the role solar energy played in the first presidential debate.

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