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Payne Institute report assesses supply chain variables for critical minerals

Multi-disciplinary experts from the Colorado School of Mines worked together to assess the social economic and policy implications of the race to secure an ethical and reliable domestic supply chain.

EDF Renewables signs 20-year PPA for solar and storage project with El Paso Electric

The Milagro Solar+Storage project is projected to create about 200 jobs during the peak of its construction phase and will generate an estimated $7.9 million in tax revenue during the facility’s operating lifetime.

Enel triples its operational utility-scale storage capacity in Texas

Enel’s five new systems have added 369 MW of utility-scale energy storage capacity to the Texas energy grid, decreasing the risk of rolling blackouts during peak consumption.

How to decrease the risk of battery energy storage system fires

Firetrace International, a supplier of fire suppression technology to the renewable industry, offers steps to take to reduce the risk of battery storage fires, offering manufacturers, developers, and operators insight into what must be done to retain the trust of investors, policymakers, and the wider public.


Silfab Solar signs agreement with NorSun for U.S.-made wafers

NorSun recently raised $8.5 million in new equity to further develop clean energy manufacturing projects in the United States, including a 5 GW ingot and wafer production facility.

SunPower Foundation announces new grants to increase clean energy access

To make residential solar a realistic option for low-income consumers, SunPower Foundation announced three new grant programs to fund nonprofit organizations advancing domestic clean energy equity.

Climate Central finds 41 million residents exposed to higher temperatures

Report finds that albedo had the most significant effect on the UHI index of each city, and that neighborhoods of low-income residents are the most affected. 

SunPower survey finds education is essential to scaling residential solar

Fewer than 5% of domestic homes are solar-powered today, as consumers list cost and confusion about IRA benefits as primary deterrents to installing energy efficient appliances and solar panels at home.

Extended grid infrastructure grant deadline encourages more Native Nations to apply

The DOE Grid Deployment Office decided to extend the deadline in response to updated disaster data, which increased grant allocations for 243 tribes to better account for the probability of climate-related disruptions on native land. 

New York State increases clean energy storage research incentives

Four demonstration projects receive funding to test and scale different long-duration energy storage technology proposals.

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