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Sunrise brief: Massachusetts lawmakers urged to adopt “million solar roofs” equivalent

Also on the rise: DOE announces $366 million for energy projects in rural and remote communities. Anza expands back-end visibility for solar module procurement. And more.

Energy Vault begins building first-of-its-kind green hydrogen storage project

The 293 MWh green hydrogen and battery storage facility is being built in utility Pacific Gas & Electric’s service territory in Northern California.

Sunrise brief: California regulators approve $1.9 billion investment plan for zero-emission vehicle infrastructure

Also on the rise: On the floor at RE+ Northeast 2024. Utility-scale solar had a record year in 2023–set to double in 2024. And more.

Sunrise brief: Qcells partners to recover 95% of solar panel value with recycler

Also on the rise: Hawaii legislation seeks to undo “massive momentum killer” for rooftop solar. Electrolyzer manufacturing capacity could outpace demand by 2030. And more.

Electrolyzer manufacturing capacity could outpace demand by 2030

According to a recent report by Clean Energy Associates, China, North America and Europe will reflect some 93% of the electrolyzer capacity global market share.

Nikola opens its first hydrogen refueling station in SoCal for heavy-duty vehicles

Nikola aims to build a network of up to 60 such hydrogen fueling stations over the next few years.

Sunrise brief: Super Bowl to be hosted in first 100% renewable energy NFL stadium

Also on the rise: Utah bill proposes rooftop solar net metering rate protection. Battery storage plus hydrogen can enable a reliable, cheap clean energy transition. And more.

Battery storage plus hydrogen can enable a reliable, cheap clean energy transition

A Stanford University report found that transitioning to clean energy could enable many countries to reduce annual energy cost by around 61%. 


Plug Power launches largest U.S. liquid green hydrogen plant in Georgia

The move comes as interest in green hydrogen grows as a tool to decarbonize specific industries, including heavy-duty transportation, heavy manufacturing and aviation.


Concerns over $77 billion in DOE funds for mostly “blue” hydrogen

Groups raised concerns regarding federally funded hydrogen hubs over emissions, safety, lack of community input and wasted funds, on a Clean Energy Group webinar.

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