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EV manufacturer Rivian invests in solar energy

Rivian will subscribe to community solar and purchase renewable energy certificates (RECs).

Market impacts from the recent flurry of solar policy actions

The U.S. had an extremely busy week of policy changes, including AD/CVD, domestic content, bifacial panel exemptions, and changes to 301 tariffs.

Qcells residential solar financing arm closes its first asset backed securities totaling over $250 million

Qcells residential solar finance platform EnFin secured an asset backed securities transaction totaling $252.86 million.

Minnesota legislature passes energy infrastructure permitting reforms

The legislation removes key roadblocks to the development of solar, wind and battery energy storage.

Trends in residential solar finance, equipment and maintenance

An installer survey shared typical loan terms, top equipment brands and what to expect from system maintenance services.

Simplified calculation for accessing the solar domestic content bonus

A 10% tax credit incentive is added to solar projects that achieve a determined amount of U.S.-made components. New simplified calculations for eligibility are released.

Competition, oversupply to reduce n-type solar module prices

Global solar demand will continue to grow in 2024, with module demand likely to reach 492 GW to 538 GW. Amy Fang, a senior analyst at InfoLink, looks at module demand and supply chain inventories in a market still affected by oversupply.

IEA-PVPS launches action group on agrivoltaics

IEA-PVPS is poised to launch a new format for expert engagement. It will include an action group on agrivoltaics, as well as a collaborative effort to match agriculture and solar generation. It aims to unlock the potential of agrivoltaics, optimize land use efficiency, enhance agricultural resilience to climate change, and foster social consensus for solar development.

Arevon breaks ground on 228 MW solar project in Indiana

The project is expected to provide enough electricity for the equivalent of 25,000 homes.

The U.S. multi-pronged approach to onshoring solar manufacturing

The U.S. aims for a domestic solar supply chain, but the industry’s capacity to serve the early stages in solar manufacturing are minimal. Will its recent industrial policy efforts make a difference?

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