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Enel North America to build 3 GW solar module manufacturing facility in U.S.

The proposed facility will be Enel’s second global PV manufacturing facility after Catania, Sicily, and once completed will be the largest U.S. PV module manufacturing facility.

REC Silicon Q3 report reveals 24.7% dip in polysilicon sales

The company reports that disappointing earnings are the result of ongoing supply chain constraints affecting global shipments and order timing, indicating that it will pursue an additional price increase in 2023.

50 states of solar incentives: Alabama

With a public utility market prohibitive of solar development, Alabama constituents are hopeful that the Inflation Reduction Act could create a market for behind-the-meter distributed generation activity.

American Red Cross building goes net zero with New Jersey rooftop PV deployment

The Red Cross’ New Jersey rooftop solar system will produce roughly 2.7 GWh of electricity over the next 20 years, the equivalent of powering 19 homes.

Regulatory approval for SunZia Transmission paves the way for a Southwest renewable energy corridor

If approved, the transmission-plus-wind project (3.5 GW) would become the single largest U.S. renewable energy project to enter operations.

Longroad Energy receives notice to proceed to begin construction of 152 MW Three Corners Solar

Three Corners Solar will become the largest solar facility in Maine upon completion by early 2024.

Altus Power increases portfolio by 100 MW, increasing revenue 51%

The commercial and industrial PV developer grew its portfolio over the last quarter by acquiring a 100 MW portfolio of assets in 5 states.

EIA study finds high solar penetration states showed resiliency to major power outages

The EIA study found that increasing solar states experienced outages of less than 102 minutes, while states with prohibitive markets for solar saw outages of more than 19 hours.


Solar-plus-storage SEIA code proposals for risk designation receive preliminary ICC approval

Without the SEIA proposals, solar-plus-storage projects would have needed to meet FEMA code S76-22 approval for Risk Category 4 , a risk category reserved for hospitals, fire, police and emergency services.

PUC approves 15-year Minnesota Power IRP with 300 MW of new solar

The approved Integrated Resource Plan more than doubles the amount of renewables to enter the energy mix to 1 GW from a prior proposal with 400 MW of solar and wind.

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