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Reviewing energy storage targets as Maine becomes the ninth state to participate

‘LD 528: An act to advance energy storage in Maine’ was signed by Governor Janet Mills, with The Pine Tree State joining several others in the trend of embracing energy storage goals. How does it compare to the other eight state targets?

Sunrise brief: Lithion is building a battery manufacturing plant in Nevada

Also on the rise: a wind farm is acquired near San Francisco, and a community solar project is purchased in New York.

National labs identify priorities in modernizing U.S. electricity markets

The effort aims to provide foundational technical assistance to ISOs and RTOs that regulate about 70% of U.S. electricity sales.

ConEdison is developing a battery storage and EV charging facility

The Brooklyn facility is the first of its kind for New York, and one of many ConEdison sustainability-related projects.


Interconnection issues jeopardize New England’s clean energy goals

Legislators in Massachusetts are advocating for swift resolution in ongoing interconnection issues to help developing solar projects reach completion.

Renewables are seeing declines in cost and market value: What gives?

Cost declines are helping consumers, but producers may slow deployments as market value headwinds getting conflict with decarbonization goals.


More than a view: Here are 3 solar energy-producing windows

These companies are producing solar energy generating windows, flexible surfaces, and blinds as a creative, distributed way to meet the energy demand of buildings.

Solar energy collectors… grown from seeds!

Rice University engineers produced “near-perfect” 2D perovskite crystals for photovoltaic applications, grown from seeds.

Schneider Electric releases digital economy and climate impact report

The report outlines the climate implications expected from the increase in IT-sector electricity demand, and came as Schneider Electric introduced new technologies to address efficiency needs.

Drones, robots, and AI are changing the face of solar and wind farm inspections, literally

Robots and drones with deep learning computer vision and advanced imaging cameras are changing the landscape of inspections for renewable energy sites and associated equipment.

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