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Affordable Wire Management introduces two utility-scale hardware products

The company introduced an assisted tensioning kit for messenger cables and a beam rod that can attach to a variety of pile types.

First Solar plans to double manufacturing capacity by 2026

The U.S.-based solar panel manufacturer issued strong 2024 revenue expectations in its Q4 earnings report.

Anza expands back-end visibility for solar module procurement

The platform has added granular insights into technical, commercial, supply-chain, and risk-related aspects of equipment procurement.

Massachusetts lawmakers urged to adopt “million solar roofs” equivalent

In California, Governor Schwarzenegger’s million solar roofs initiative spurred the nation’s largest small-scale solar market. Environment America created a petition to support a 10 GW buildout of solar in Massachusetts to preserve its forests and other lands.

Hope at the end of solar supply turbulence

Growing demand for solar products is colliding with the hesitant shipment strategies of manufacturers, according to pvXchange’s Martin Schachinger.

Fire department nets 40% tax credit and $18,000 state rebate for rooftop solar

A fire station in Superior, Wisconsin will save on energy bills and cut emissions with solar.

Arizona approves “discriminatory” charge on rooftop solar customers

The Arizona Corporation Commission approved a request from utility APS to raise rates and add a punitive charge to rooftop solar customers.

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California solar and storage project secures $1.1 billion

Arevon Energy secured the funds for a 374 MW solar project with co-located energy storage.

Decarbonized industrial thermal battery startup raises $150 million

Heavy industry contributes approximately 30% of the world’s emissions. Antora Energy’s thermal batteries seek to address that problem for high-heat processes.

Shoals to invest $80 million in Tennessee manufacturing expansion

The electrical balance of systems provider serving the solar industry will move its manufacturing and distribution center to a new, larger facility.