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Sunrise brief: Duke Florida reaches deal for EV charging and floating solar

Also on the rise: Webinar panel discusses energy under Biden, JA Solar supplies modules for 88 MW project, partners develop P2P blockchain trading platform, and Total splits with API over climate, for now.

Solar, wind, storage superpower

In an interview with pv magazine publisher Eckhart Gouras, Tony Seba and Adam Dorr discuss their concept of “SuperPower”: by investing in even more solar PV and wind power than the lowest-cost system defined by the “Clean Energy U-curve,” the gain in additional energy, or “superpower,” is exponential to the money invested.


What happens to floating PV when the surface freezes?

In cold climates, floating ice and frost heave need to be considered in designing the anchorage system. Kane Wang of Sungrow Floating offers more tips.

Sunrise brief: Renewables Forward publishes inclusiveness handbook

Also on the rise: Swamped with interconnection requests, Michigan updates its rules; and Tigo Energy closes an investment round.


CAMS acquires Belectric’s U.S. solar O&M business

Texas-based Consolidated Asset Management Services said the deal is a natural extension of its existing clean energy offerings.


Novatus Energy and Southwest Generation merge to create Onward Energy

The newly combined independent power producer brings to the table a 4.2 GW generation portfolio, including 543 MW of solar.

Total and 174 Power Global plan to build 1.6 GW of U.S. solar and storage

French energy giant Total called the 50/50 joint venture a “first significant step” into the U.S. utility-scale solar market.

King of the hill? McKinsey says renewables will be cheaper than fossil plants by 2030

The study cites the cost competitiveness of renewables-powered green hydrogen by 2030 as a big game changer for the energy transition.


Sunrise brief: PepsiCo doubles goals to address ‘severe’ climate change impacts

Also on the rise: A coalition of 600 groups urges President-elect Biden to halt utility service shutoffs due to the pandemic, Harrison Street expands its solar owneship portfolio, and a Florida real estate developer eases its way into the solar sector.


Agencies release final report into California’s heat-related blackouts

The report confirms CAISO’s initial findings that a trio of factors were responsible for the blackouts: extreme weather conditions, resource adequacy and planning processes, and market practices. It also outlines steps that already have been taken to better ensure supply adequacy and reliability.

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