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North Carolina court bars HOAs from banning rooftop solar

The North Carolina Supreme Court has ruled to protect homeowners’ right to install rooftop solar, reversing an earlier Court of Appeals decision.

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Constellation, Bank of America agree to 160 MW solar supply deal

The agreement is expected to cover 17% of Bank of America’s global annual energy consumption and marks the latest in a flurry of supply deals for the 1.3 GW Mammoth Solar project.

Georgia solar project activated; 650,000 panels and batteries included

A 195.5 MW solar, 40MW/80MWh energy storage project developed by RWE Renewables has reached commercial operations.

SEPA seeks nominations for 2022 Utility Transformation Awards

Entries must fit within the criteria of innovation, collaboration, and replicability and are due by July 22.

First Solar lands order from National Grid for 2 GW of solar modules

National Grid Renewables and First Solar have partnered on multiple projects in the past, including the 200 MW Prairie Wolf Solar Project in Illinois and the 275 MW Noble Solar and 125 MWh Storage Project in Texas.

Sunrise brief: Renewables may replace hydro dams to restore endangered salmon

Also on the rise: Construction complete on largest solar farm in Nebraska. Renewable Energy Test Center releases 2022 Module Index Report. Job moves. And more.

Boviet Solar earns 138 MW module order from US developer

The PERC PV cell, monofacial and bifacial solar module provider will supply its Vega series modules for a US project.

Sol Systems acquires 91 MW Indiana solar project

The Grandview solar project is the latest acquisition in the company’s commitment to developing a strong portfolio of renewable energy assets in the Midwest.

Rooftop solar and solar carport bring clean energy to Chicago’s Southside community

The new rooftop and carport system was built for the Chicago Urban League through the Illinois Solar for All program.

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Renewables may replace hydro dams to restore endangered salmon

In a race between governmental processes and the process of extinction, top elected officials in Washington State consider replacing hydro dams with solar and wind in an attempt to save the salmon.

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