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Enphase begins shipping U.S.-made microinverters for commercial applications

The IQ8P-3P commercial microinverters support up to 480 W of peak output power for three-phase commercial installations, and they’re compatible with a wide range of solar modules up to 640 W.

Vineyard installs solar to keep distillery warehouse cool

The 55kW system is expected to produce more than .06 MWh a year and will help keep the vineyard’s distillery storage warehouse at the optimal temperature of 50 to 60 F throughout the year.

Global solar installations to nearly quadruple by 2033

Wood Mackenzie forecasts 4.7 TW of solar capacity to be built between 2024 and 2033, with China accounting for about 50% of the growth.

Sunrise brief: U.S. household energy can wield 15 GW to affordably meet electricity demand

Also on the rise: University solar projects model institutional responsibility. Public input sought for large-scale solar project in Arizona. And more.

University solar projects model institutional responsibility

With a goal of achieving net neutrality by 2030, the University at Buffalo is not just generating clean energy with its solar installations, but serving as an example of how solar can become part of the landscape.

Sunrise brief: Looking to Texas as model of speedy interconnection

Also on the rise: UL Solutions introduces new testing protocol for residential battery storage systems. Trina Solar begins mass production of 430-455 W full-black modules. And more.

New York governor urged to double solar deployment goal

Currently New York has a state target of 10 GW deployed by 2030. The state’s Solar Energy Industries Association has called for a new target of 20 GW of distributed solar by 2035.

Sunrise brief: New platform vets residential solar salespeople

Also on the rise: Siting solar projects for best environmental results. Top solar panel brands in reliability, quality, and performance. And more.

More solar installations coming to U.S. military bases

In a partnership with Duke Energy valued at an estimated $248 million, the U.S. Department of Defense will be the exclusive purchaser of all output generated by two new solar facilities, which will serve five military bases.

Solar-powered bus depot features green hydrogen production

The integrated microgrid will be connected to the utility, but engineered to operate indefinitely in island mode, according to developer AlphaStruxure.

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