IHI fills battery needs, LA Mayor officially approves LA Eland project: pvMB 9/23/19

Hello everybody, what’s up? Today we’re coming at you live from Salt Lake City for Solar Power International 2019! We’ll also be looking at a Duke Nuke commitment, Rhode Island’s first community solar project and more!

Suncast episode 182, “Know before you go” featuring pv magazine’s Christian Roselund

Learn what to expect at Solar Power International 2019, including advice from industry vets to optimize your experience, and even how introverts can get the most out of the moments!

First Solar exits the EPC business

Citing the wild success of its Series 6 module, First Solar has announced that it is closing its engineering, procurement and construction business in the United States in order to concentrate on scaling, developing, and selling modules.

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Amazon pledges zero emissions by 2040

Amazon unveiled a gauntlet of new climate initiatives today, including 80% renewables by 2024, zero emissions by 2040, a fleet of 100,000 electric vans and a $100 million investment in reforestation measures.

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Nexamp announces 6 storage projects, Solar FlexRack closes on half a GW in 2019: pvMB 9/19/19

Hello one and all and welcome to the last MB of the week. Today we’ve got our sights set on the 100 international CEOs who signed a Climate Action support statement, Solar Frontier Americas acquiring a 50.5 MW project, Constellation signing 175 MW of purchase agreements and more!

San Diego demands clean community energy

The San Diego City Council has voted 7-2 to bring community choice aggregation to the city, becoming the 26th local government in California known to pv magazine to do so.

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Soltec achieves 16.2% Bifacial Gain, Ohio State makes a potassium battery breakthrough: pvMB 9/18/19

Happy Wednesday, folks and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ll be checking out 7 Michigan school districts moving to electric bus fleets, Extensible Energy’s virtual battery, net metering protests in The Big Easy and more.

Gov. Northam orders 100% carbon-free electricity in Virginia by 2050

The executive order calls for 100% of Virginia’s electric system to be emissions-free by 2050, with 3 GW of solar (and maybe wind?) to be under development by 2022

California’s new, $100 million, low-income solar program

DAC-SASH has been approved, and now GRID Alternatives will have $120 million to work with over the next decade to bring solar power and job training to disadvantaged communities across the state.

Tesla is selling commercial solar as cheap as $1.01/W

The new tool launched for C&I solar customers is yet another example of Tesla being able to drive down system prices by ditching traditional sales models and customer acquisition costs.

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