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Crafting a California community solar market

Assembly member Chris Ward’s AB 2316 law is aimed at creating a community solar market in the state. Leaders in the sector gathered in San Diego to discuss what it will take to make it work.

Hoymiles introduces lower-cost solar microinverters for U.S. market

The new series of microinverters can connect to up to four modules at once and contain two maximum power point trackers.

Inside the $455 billion U.S. investment in electric vehicles

The United States private sector makes up for nearly a quarter of the $860 billion in global EV investment announcements through 2030. Funding opportunities via legislation more than double that figure.


Fossil fuels already peaked, growth in renewables exponential

The Rocky Mountain Institute said global demand for fossil fuels peaked in 2019, and renewables are occupying that demand due to low costs and shifts in global capital.


Ørsted to commence construction on 471 MW Texas solar project

The facility, which is expected to begin construction this month, ranks within the top ten largest solar projects in the United States.

Colorado renewable energy research and commercialization center to neighbor NREL campus

The State of Colorado selected NexCore to build the 40-acre Glo Park renewable energy center.

Introductory course for residential solar workflow management platform

The product helps residential solar installers implement Sitetracker workflows in a matter of weeks.


Interactive mapping tool for siting renewable energy projects

Argonne National Laboratory released an online geospatial mapping tool to aid siting decisions and identify areas that are suitable for solar, wind and other clean energy infrastructure projects.

50 states of solar incentives: Texas

Texas is a cornerstone market for the U.S. solar industry, with a nation-leading 36 GW expected to be installed over the next five years.

South Carolina 108 MW solar, 198 MWh battery project finds offtaker

Once complete, Dominion Energy South Carolina will purchase power from the project developed by Southern Current, an energyRe company.

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