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Greenbriar Capital secures financing for 100 MW solar project in Puerto Rico

The project is part of a 280 MW pipeline the Caribbean island is hoping to build in its effort to restore a safe and stable power supply to the population.

CCA gets Investment Grade rating for first time in United States

Marin Clean Energy, a non-profit community choice aggregation group from California, has received an ‘Investment Grade’ Baa2 rating from Moody’s.

Amazon launches 813,000 square foot solar system in Las Vegas.

The 1.1 megawatt solar rooftop system will power the fulfillment center that houses it.

Arizona’s largest solar plus storage plant starring Tesla, First Solar and NEXTracker

Arizona utility Salt River Project has brought together a technological trifecta in its recently commissioned single-axis tracker 20 MW solar plus 10 MW/40 MWh energy storage power plant.

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Vivint Solar securitization gets A- bond rating

Kroll has assigned a portfolio of 37,792 leases, worth $494 million in various revenue streams, a preliminary rating pending a sale to the marketplace.

US solar power generation up 33% year-over-year in Q1

The 33% increase in Q1 2018 generation is more than the 25% year-over-year increase in capacity, suggesting that solar projects are generating more electricity per watt of installed capacity.

PJM capacity auction results show solar boom

The results of a 2021/2022 auction saw an additional 964 MW of utility-scale solar projects bidding in to supply capacity, suggesting a boom in solar.

Oregon utility seeks hundreds of megawatts of renewable energy

PGE is seeking the equivalent of 500-620 MW of utility-scale solar, with a minimum project capacity of 10 MW.

Panasonic and Pika up the pace

Pika Energy has increased its home battery capacity to 17.1 kWh – about half an average home’s daily usage. The units are powered by Panasonic lithium-ion cells.

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The path to 1.5¢/kWh solar power, and lower

GTM Research projects 24¢/w solar panels and utility scale fixed-tilt systems at $0.70/W by 2022, which opens up new possibilities for ultra-cheap power from solar.

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