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Sunrise brief: U.S. House Committee questions TVA on “hindering” distributed solar

Also on the rise: Maine utility offers settlement for faulty processes. Yotta and Cal Solar Inc. team up on distributed energy to meet California mandate. Day two of Intersolar/Energy Storage North America. Largest Indiana solar park completed. Virtual power plants offer Texas renters low-cost clean energy. Q Cells and KSI to develop solar and storage projects.

Yotta Energy and Cal Solar Inc. plan solar & storage deployment across California

The two companies will focus on integrating distributed energy solutions in commercial, public works, and multifamily properties as new California mandates are announced.

Sunrise brief: Thousands of Californians protest NEM 3.0 in solar jobs rally

Also on the rise: Solar Games kicks off at Intersolar. Cornell researchers uncover New Yorkers’ preferences for solar locations. Enphase sees spike in microinverters plus storage in Colorado. NextEra adds 100 MW battery to SRP Arizona project. TerraSmart experts talk ground screw vs. piles for utility and C&I projects. Andy Sendy of SolarReviews offers an alternative to NEM 3.0.

Navigating the foundation: risk vs. reward

Comparing the benefits and costs of ground screws vs. piles for utility and C&I systems.

Work on Tesla’s rooftop solar system appears to be underway

A local drone pilot found that solar panels, racking, and inverters are starting to be stationed on the roof of Tesla’s manufacturing facility under construction in Texas.

Solar supply chain trouble to ease this year, according to analyst

Wood Mackenzie has predicted solar equipment cost increases will ease back after last year saw the average cost of solar electricity rise for the first time in the Asia-Pacific region.

Renewables provide 2.5 GW of new generation capacity per month

Nearly 10 GW of new utility-scale solar were added through the first 10 months of 2021, a record amount of capacity additions over that time period.

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Massachusetts regulators double SMART program capacity

The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities issued an order expanding the SMART program from 1,600 to 3,200 MW of solar capacity, allowing 175 MW of stagnant solar to move ahead.

Stepping UP in 2021: #4 Urban solar

Buildings are key to our daily lives and significantly impact our health and wellbeing. The majority also have substantial carbon footprints, employing heavy use of fossil fuels across their lifetimes, from their construction, use, and demolition phases. Thus, in Q4 2021, pv magazine’s UP Initiative focused on the role solar and energy storage can play in greening the world’s urban spaces.

Sunrise brief: Corporate leaders play critical role in driving clean energy

Also on the rise: The Sun Mountain of Vermont completes solar installation. BLUETTI announces Sodium-ion solar generator. End of year job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.

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