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Palmetto launches Instant Proposal service

Using data from Mapdwell, Palmetto can now generate and design a residential solar system proposal in a minute.

Go big and go home: The case for solarizing 30 million homes

A new report argues for the largest solar buildout the country has ever seen, which it said would create 1.77 million jobs and drive $69 billion in energy savings over five years.

Energy jobs were lost in 2020, but they’re coming back

Roughly 840,000 jobs were lost across the energy sector in 2020, and solar was hit especially hard. A rebound is underway, according to a new report from the Energy Department.

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Wildfires could lead to millions in solar losses, insurer warns

A GCube report says that the solar industry must institute widespread wildfire mitigation and monitoring practices, or else it stands to suffer major financial losses in the coming years.

Spotsylvania solar project begins partial operation

The first 259 MW of the embattled project are on-line, with the rest of the capacity expected to follow in the fall.

Pine Gate completes 108 MW solar project in North Carolina

Trent River Solar is one of the first to be awarded a 20-year PPA through Duke Energy’s Competitive Procurement of Renewable Energy program.

Ohio siting board approves one of the largest U.S. solar projects

The 577 MW Fox Squirrel Solar project is unusually large for a facility not located in the Southwest.

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Factorial achieves capacity retention milestone for its solid-state technology

The first startup to reach the 40 Amp-hour benchmark for a solid-state cell has now achieved a breakthrough capacity retention rate of 97.3% after 675 cycles.

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Volt Energy to supply Microsoft with 250 MW of solar

The deal comes with plans to invest in community impact initiatives, and is the tech giant’s first known utility-scale solar power purchase agreement with minority-owned solar development firm.

North Carolina bill hides reduced utility oversight behind lots of new renewables

House Bill 951 would lead to a huge procurement of renewables, but is soured by the additions of gigawatt-scale natural gas capacity, reduced regulator authority, and potential multi-year rate hikes.

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