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Fire department nets 40% tax credit and $18,000 state rebate for rooftop solar

A fire station in Superior, Wisconsin will save on energy bills and cut emissions with solar.

BloombergNEF says global solar installations could hit 574 GW this year

BloombergNEF says in a new report that developers deployed 444 GW of new PV capacity throughout the world in 2023. It says new installations could reach 574 GW this year, 627 GW in 2025, and 880 GW in 2030.

Sunrise brief: North Carolina appeals court weighs critical rooftop solar decision

Also on the rise: Publicly traded solar installer Sunworks files for bankruptcy. New York Power Authority seeks proposals for 5.2 MW solar project. And more.

Chaberton Energy sees community solar installations skyrocket

The community solar specialist reached 100 solar energy installations under contract in less than four years, and it plans to double its growth in the next two years.

Maine blueberry grower goes solar

ReVision Energy is the installer and REC Solar the investor of the project that is expected to generate 8.5 GWh of clean energy in the first year of operation, offsetting an estimated 8 million pounds of carbon every year, or the equivalent of planting 60,735 trees.

Sunrise brief: California to grant $52 million for vehicle-to-grid home energy stations

Also on the rise: EcoFlow battery generator can back up a house for up to a month. Nautilus invests in community solar in the Midwest. And more.

Maryland YMCA to cut energy costs with rooftop solar

Secure Solar Futures installed a 222 kW solar array on a Maryland YMCA, which is expected to save about $100,000 on electricity bills.

Sunrise brief: Qcells inks its largest module and EPC agreement

Also on the rise: Auxin Solar files antidumping lawsuit against U.S. government, a Maine town bans commercial solar, and more.

Vertical agrivoltaic plant to be constructed in Vermont

Vertical solar plants with bifacial modules can absorb more energy than other tilted models and are finding agricultural application around the world.


First Solar to power its module factory in India with solar and wind

Cleantech Solar says it plans to develop 150 MW of solar and 16.8 MW of wind in India, supplying around 7.3 GWh of clean electricity to First Solar’s new 3.3 GW vertically integrated solar factory in the state of Tamil Nadu. The solar component of the project will use First Solar’s India-made Series 7 modules.

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