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What energy storage can learn from solar’s import woes

If a Customs enforcement action were to take place, importers would need to prove that no forced labor was used at any stage of production, including all the way back to the mine.

Kentucky’s solar pipeline looks impressive

A 125 MW project planned by utility LG&E KU joins multiple other 100+ MW projects approved by state regulators this year.

Lightsource bp brings 300 MW of solar into service for steelmaker

The Bighorn Solar project is one of the largest on-site solar facilities in the U.S. dedicated to a single customer, with more than 750,000 solar panels on 1,800 acres near Pueblo, Colorado.

Bundled solar projects to power Rhode Island public housing

Nine public housing authorities are aggregating demand for a contract with Nautilus Solar Energy and Veolia, which will build solar arrays to support thousands of residents.

Middlebury College closes in on renewable energy goal with solar installation

The installation will provide the College with about 30% of its total electricity usage and bring Middlebury to 100% renewable power upon completion.

Sunrise brief: Funding rounds fuel international firms’ U.S. expansion plans

Also on the rise: DOE back a Shell-led group in a liquid hydrogen test project, and registration is open for our 2021 Roundtables USA event.

Ameresco outfits Coast Guard facility with solar and storage

The 5 MW solar, 11.6 MWh storage array forms a microgrid to power a Coast Guard training center during grid outages.

Sunrise brief: SEIA program aims to broaden solar’s workforce diversity

Also on the rise: PVEL adds hail stress test for modules, Wolverine signs PPA for 150 MW of capacity, and smart inverters are starting to strut their stuff.

Phoenix Solar enters service in Texas

Phoenix Solar has a 65 MWac, 12-year power purchase agreement with Digital Realty.

Wolverine signs PPA for 150 MW Michigan solar project

Gemstone Solar will sit on around 1,000 acres in the southwest part of the state and is slated to enter service in 2023.

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