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Vikram Solar announces $1.5 billion vertically integrated manufacturing operation

Vikram reports that its new joint venture will build a 4 GW solar module production facility in Brighton, Colorado, followed by a wafer and ingot facility in a Southern State.

First Solar, QCells and Solarge to qualify for 2023 sustainably produced modules label

By specifying EPEAT panels, the recognitions show production of modules adheres to sustainably made, low-carbon products for developers and buyers.

Rutgers University to add 15 MW of solar carports

As part of its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2040, the university will add 16 solar carport installations by DSD Renewables at its four main campuses and off campus buildings.

Community solar, workforce, canopies in focus at CUNY/NYSEIA conference

pv magazine USA ventured to John Jay College in west midtown Manhattan for the NYC Solar + Storage Summit 2023 conference.

Lunar releases residential energy storage cabinet system

The company offers a battery, hybrid inverter, shutdown devices, and more.

Standard Solar acquires 2.61 MW solar project at Lehigh University

Lehigh University’s solar installation is expected to fully power its campus athletics facility, allowing the school to meet 100% of its electricity demands while offsetting 8% of its local grid power consumption needs.

Solar permitting reform at a turning point

Sluggish permitting continues to dog the solar market, despite the $369 billion boost from the Inflation Reduction Act. However, calls for reform could be gaining traction.


Solar-plus-storage microgrids minimize power shutoffs during wildfires

A study conducted by researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory shows that microgrids with solar-plus-storage systems can keep the average levelized cost of energy (LCOE) and annual public safety power shutoffs below 30 cents per kWh and 2 to 3% of annual energy demand, respectively.

Cement manufacturer to generate 75% of onsite power with 25 MW solar array

Holcim plans to install solar on a 100-acre field site on the Alpena, Michigan property, which produces 2.4 million metric tons of cement per year, including the OneCem brand cement.

Chicago solar workforce training program honors graduates

Reactivate’s inaugural cohort was trained in solar installation and design based on the criteria of NABCEP PV Associate certification.

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