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U.S. on track to make it only halfway towards 2030 Paris Agreement targets

The U.S. may only reach 25% to 38% of carbon emissions reductions below 2005 by 2030, falling well short of the 50% to 52% required by the agreement, said the Energy Information Administration.

New Mexico introduces low-income solar act

SB 432 would require equitable distribution of benefits of on-site solar, limiting utility fees on low-income housing solar installations, and more.

Organizations show support for California solar carport and highway incentives

A coalition of 64 organizations led by Environment California submitted a letter of support for SB 49.

Californians continue to actively oppose NEM 3.0

The California Public Utilities Commission regularly receives numerous calls in their public proceedings in opposition to the rulemaking decision that will cut solar export rates.


Clean electricity to reach as high as 90% by 2030

A U.S. DOE report analyzing recent policy changes said carbon emissions-free energy will represent 71% to 90% of the nation’s generation mix.


Solving the battery supply chain’s structural deficit

Greg Pitt, vice president of battery materials, Worley offers his vision to address the battery supply chain’s structural deficit by expanding U.S. production in new and creative ways.

Generac introduces off-grid portable solar panel

The 100 W panel is made for pairing with the company’s portable battery power stations.

U.S. energy storage capacity to increase nearly 6x in five years

Through 2027, the U.S. is expected to add 75 GW of battery energy storage across all sectors, said Wood Mackenzie and American Clean Power Association.


A moral trilemma for U.S. solar procurement

U.S. solar was disrupted in 2022, with module seizures delaying projects due to strict laws designed to stamp out alleged forced labor practices in sections of the Chinese PV industry. However, it remains to be seen whether seizures affected such alleged practices.


Solar asset owner-operator Navisun secures $235 million in funding

The company closed two facilities to execute on its project pipeline of distributed and small utility-scale solar projects.

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