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Community solar project coming to coal country

A Kentucky electric cooperative retained the services of Solar Energy Solutions to install a 187 kW community solar garden for Frankfort residents and local businesses.

Solar earnings recap: Tigo Energy, Nextracker and FTC Solar

pv magazine USA’s recap of notable upstream solar, integrated solar, hardware, finance and rooftop installers that reported quarterly or fiscal year earnings over the last week.

New York law allows power authority to build renewable projects

The Build Public Renewables Act directs the New York Power Authority to plan, construct, and operate renewable energy projects in service of the state’s renewable energy goals.

Above: Orbital and Ascent Solar receive federal grant for orbital thin-film panels

The companies received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program Phase I award from the Air Force to develop a solar-heated crucible.

Napa Valley wine producer to expand onsite solar capacity to 9.2 MW

The U.S. division of Treasury Wine Estates announced a substantial expansion of its wineries’ onsite solar generation capacity by adding 6.5 MW of new installations, to be installed by Shell Energy Solutions.

Texas proposes tightened renewable energy permits: An industry reacts

pv magazine USA touched base with several project developers where Texas is a primary market for project development activity. Many have stated that should SB 624 remain, they would consider focusing development activity in other states.


Silicon Valley Bank reemerges as a lender, extends credit to Pivot Energy community solar portfolio

Subscribers in the portfolio include municipalities, healthcare, food service, and retail companies, as well as 8,000 low-to-moderate income (LMI) households.

Apex adds 195 MW of solar and 400 MWh of energy storage in Texas

A 195 MW and 200 MWh solar-plus-storage project and the standalone Great Kiskadee storage project (200 MWh) will provide energy arbitrage and ancillary grid services to the ERCOT market, critical for maintaining grid reliability.

Silicon Ranch plans to appeal ruling in 100 MW solar property damage case

U.S. District Court Judge Clay D. Land issued a May 5 order ruling that Nashville-based Silicon Ranch and IEA are liable for more than $135 million in damages due to sediment erosion and lack of soil control.


RFQ alert: Prologis seeks developers for 1 GW California industrial solar

The process is for projects in the 100 kW to 400 kW range, while the logistics facility operator is looking for qualified installers for projects under a three-year timeframe in order to retain California net energy metering (NEM) 2.0 status.  

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