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Sunrise brief: Five community solar projects coming to disadvantaged communities in California

Also on the rise: 50 states of solar incentives–Indiana. Solar may cover the world’s electricity demand with 0.3% of its land area. And more.

Five community solar projects coming to disadvantaged communities in California

The five projects, to be built by Renewable Properties, will fulfill the remaining capacity of PG&E’s Disadvantaged Communities Green Tariff program.

Sunrise brief: EDF installed 1 GW of solar, wind and storage in 2022

Also on the rise: In 2022 pv magazine USA website traffic up 83%, reflecting dynamic solar industry. GM announces $650 million production plan with Lithium Americas. And more.

EDF installed 1 GW of solar, wind and storage in 2022

Through its PowerFlex affiliate, EDF deployed 76.7 MW of solar and 9.4 MWh of storage projects.

Assistance for solar on low-income housing in Massachusetts

Resonant Energy’s Solar Technical Assistance Retrofit (STAR) program offers financial and technical assistance to affordable housing organizations.

Non-profit group to deploy 2.2 MW rooftop solar on D.C. houses

When complete, the non-profit, Enterprise Community Partners, will have more than 3,000 housing units with installed solar systems.

Sunrise brief: Minnesota voting on 100% clean electricity, 10% solar by 2030

Also on the rise: Retired coal sites to host multi-day iron-air batteries. Wyoming 900 MW pumped storage project moves toward licensing. And more.

Wisconsin solar developer looks to expand to Chicago

SunVest expects to double its 2025 pipeline to 3 GW from its current 1.5 GW threshold, with an expectation of 215 MW of operating assets by year end 2023.

OYA Renewables’ projects selected in N.Y. underserved community program

The solar developer has received more than $4.3 million in support from NYSERDA through the state’s NY-Sun program, which is helping make solar more accessible to families, businesses and communities across the New York.

Solar total installed capacity to grow 84% in two years

Solar and wind generation are expected to reach 16% of the grid’s supply this year, doubling the 2018 total, said the Energy Information Administration. By 2024, renewables will account for more than one quarter of electricity generation in the U.S.

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