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Transit agency to install a solar+storage system for EV bus charging

The Los Angeles transit agency will deploy 1.5 MW of rooftop and bus solar canopy paired with a 4.5 MWh energy storage system.

A deep dive into Lazard’s LCOE report

The report raised concerns over future pricing stability and product availability as demand for battery products increases.

Sunrise brief: Financing green light for 565 MWh storage project

Also on the rise: First Solar reports shipping problems, SunPower weighs options for its C&I business, and FTC Solar wins a tracker order for an Arizona project.

Plus Power lines up financing for 565 MWh storage project

The financing includes $188 million in non-recourse construction debt and $31 million in letters of credit.

Black & Veatch is hired for Hawaii solar-plus-pumped storage project

The solar array will contribute up to 35 MW to the grid and store up to 240 MWh for dispatch during evening peak demand.

Sunrise brief: 50-year solar? Here’s how the numbers may work

Also on the rise: NREL points to energy efficiency as a good substitute for energy storage, and a salary survey finds a widening pay gap between women and men in the solar sector.

Solar retains it LCOE edge in latest Lazard analysis

Utility-scale solar–both thin-film and crystalline silicon–as well as wind have the lowest LCOE of all U.S. sources considered.

Energy efficiency is a good substitute for long-term storage, NREL study says

Reducing building energy usage by about 60% is key to a least-cost 100% renewable energy grid, the study found. 


Sunrise brief: Work starts on 100 MW/50 MWh solar+storage project

Also on the rise: LONGi says that modules were detained by U.S. Customs agents, Salt River Project rolls out a new Solar Choice program, and a standalone storage project is headed to Utah.

Pine Gate Renewables to install Utah’s first standalone storage system

The 0.125 MW/0.5 MWh solution will provide demand charge reduction, backup power to critical loads, and supply additional grid services to the city of Logan, Utah.

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