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50 states of solar incentives: Oregon

Oregon’s solar market grew from under 100 MW of installed capacity per year to a respectable 1.4 GW, with more than 176 MW deployed in 2022, ranking 21st in the U.S. for solar generation.

Community solar legislation introduced in Ohio

If passed, Ohio would become the 24th U.S. state with a statewide community solar program accessible to residents of all walks of life, including low- and moderate-income communities.

Solar microgrids, tractors among semifinalists in sustainable electricity for Africa contest

The Milken Institute and the Motsepe Foundation announced 20 semifinalist recipients for a prize in green energy, with $20,000 in initial awards and the potential for five teams to compete for a $1 million grand prize.

Intersect’s Radian Solar among largest Texas projects at 415 MW

The utility solar project in central Texas uses First Solar U.S.-made panels and is one of the top 10 largest solar projects in the country, and largest in Texas, according to EIA data.

BLM to hold public meetings for 300 MW Bonanza Solar facility

EDF Renewables’ solar-plus-storage project has the ability to interconnect with NV Energy’s 350-mile high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line, Greenlink West.

Southern Florida college to fill gap for more certified solar workers

St. Petersburg College recently partnered with the University of Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC), the first solar energy apprenticeship program registered with the U.S. Department of Labor.

BrightNight developing 2 GW Bluegrass solar portfolio

The company is building a strong renewable power presence and partnerships in the Bluegrass State as its utilities remove 1.5 GW of coal generation from the grid.

Lightsource bp raises financing for 368 MW pollinator and bird-friendly projects

Investment brings economic growth and environmental benefits to Indiana and Louisiana communities, leverages Inflation Reduction Act’s advantages for made-in-America products 

Optimus Energy eyes commercial solar, EV charging expansion in Georgia

The Florida-based developer sees Georgia Power’s service territory as its target market for new commercial and industrial solar projects and EV charging systems.

Additional guidance released for energy communities IRA tax credits

The Treasury, Department of Energy and Internal Revenue Service provide details on the Qualifying Advanced Energy Project Credit program that makes available $10 billion in tax credits for energy communities.

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