Also on the rise: A solar-friendly infrastructure bill is facing early tests in Congress, the NAACP develops solar power principles to address inequity, and more energy storage enters service in California.
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.
Also on the rise: More minerals and metals will need to be produced for the clean energy transition, new reports say; and S-5! launches a solar project app.
The state becomes the 10th to reach the milestone, with installed capacity expected to double in the next four years.
Landfills are increasingly playing host to solar facilities, with the EPA reporting an 80% rise in such projects across the U.S. over the last five years. A 4.7 MW Utah project is one of the latest additions.
The company has burst onto the scene in Maine, signing agreements with Osaka Gas USA Corporation and Cianbro.
Also on the rise: Partners Group takes a controlling stake in Dimension Renewable as FTC Solar exits, Koch unit buys into a battery company, AltaSea plans a 2.2 MW solar array at the Port of Los Angeles, Captona adds to its fuel cell portfolio, and Canadian Solar wins 86 MW in solar energy auction.
Also on the rise: a wind farm is acquired near San Francisco, and a community solar project is purchased in New York.
The company signed an exclusive co-development agreement with Omni Navitas, bringing its North American development pipeline well over 2 GW.
Also on the rise: NextEnergy Capital adds investors for project acquisition fund, partners plan 50 MW of solar in Minnesota, and Hydro-Québec brings its first solar capacity online to test the water, so to speak.
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