The U.S. has passed 170 GW in installed utility solar, battery storage and wind power, with 26 GW of clean energy projects brought online in 2020.
Homeowners can now integrate EV charging with their rooftop solar, a method that is known to save on energy bills and EV fueling, reduce strain on the grid, and reduce carbon emissions related to grid-tied charging.
The U.S. could save $18 billion in power costs by 2030 by integrating grid-interactive efficient buildings, also known as GEBs.
Mechatron Solar has received a U.S. patent for its dual-axis tracker that utilizes a gearless structure for reliability in varied climates.
The Amazon-backed automaker is exploring U.S. locations to produce its electric truck and battery cells.
Boston startup Form Energy has secured $200 million Series D funding for the development of what is being called a breakthrough in energy storage.
Data suggest that renewable penetration might reach only one-half of U.S. electricity supply by 2030, but the goal of 80% by 2030 remains possible.
The principles aim to address inequities caused by climate change and the energy transition, specifically for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color community members, among others.
Reaching up to 120kW, the three phase inverters have integrated monitoring and a modular design.