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Two Duke IRPs shot down by South Carolina regulators

South Carolina regulators rejected Duke Energy Carolina and Duke Energy Progress’ Integrated Resource Plans, and demanded a “single and clear” recommendation.

How do factors related to solar modules impact site-wide tracker costs?

With the market for solar modules ever-evolving, Array Technologies and PVEL released a study looking at the different module characteristics that affect site-wide tracker costs.

How the Southeast can achieve 100% clean energy

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy identified two pathways that the Southeast’s big utilities could follow to achieve 100% renewable generation against the backdrop of a possible federal mandate.

Tax equity stress isn’t going away, yet renewable projects still need investment

Renewable project finance has to become more dynamic and greater risks will have to be taken in order to meet clean economy mandates, a panel of experts said during an ACORE event.

ACORE insight: The federal agenda for energy and climate

As part of ACORE’s Finance Forums, experts on federal energy policy outlined what policies are needed to help drive the Biden Administration’s clean energy and climate change policies.

CI Renewables acquires KDC Solar

CI will continue continue KDC Solar’s operations, with the specific focus of providing clean energy solutions for companies and institutions with electric loads greater than 2 MW.

How utilities can catch up to a digitized, decarbonized future

The utility industry is unprepared for the clean energy and technology future that it will soon be facing. EY has surveyed 159 power and utilities executives to identify and tackle what they see as their biggest challenges.

NanoGraf develops battery chemistry material with significant energy density increases

The company’s silicon-oxide anode material can increase battery capacity in the 18650 form factor by an initial 12% at a potentially commercially competitive price.


Amazon warehouse fire linked to solar installation

The fire, which caused an estimated $500,000 in damages has been deemed to be the result of an issue with the solar system on the roof, according to the Susquehanna Hose Company.


Michigan regulators approve DTE low-income solar program settlement

The agreement will lower program costs, simplify enrollment, and bring three community solar projects to historically underserved communities.

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