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U.S. demand helps boost REC module shipments 25% in Q2

The Norwegian solar company shipped 326 MW of modules in the second quarter of 2016, with the United States accounting for 60% of all shipments.

Looking back: 3 stories you may have missed

There was A LOT of important news last week, so you can’t possibly have seen it all. When stories fall through the cracks, we catch them — and then we bring them to you in a collection we call Looking back.

106 MW-AC solar project goes online in Texas

ConEdison owns the 106 MW-AC Texas Solar 7 project, the seventh project in the deal that jump-started large-scale solar in Texas.

Boom time: the pv magazine USA week in review

It’s a complicated time in the U.S. solar industry, with a booming market for utility-scale solar and increasing public interest, but also collapsed PV module prices and shifts in production.

Borrego to begin offering C&I, utility energy storage

The move is part of a trend of solar developers adding additional energy management services, referred to as “solar+”.

NextEra, Xcel put online New Mexico’s largest solar project at 70 MW-AC

NextEra is building a second PV project also 70 MW-AC in capacity, which should be online at the end of this month.

ESNA Names First Storage Winners for 2016

Energy Storage North America (ESNA) has awarded several winners in its Innovation Award series during the organization’s annual conference this week in San Diego.

Energy storage on the rise: New videos from pv magazine LIVE

We bring you interviews with Sonnen, Enphase and Ideal Power from the SPI 2016 trade show

sPower raises $786 million for nine solar projects

This combination of tax equity and debt financing will support 339 MW of solar capacity in Southern California, for a total of $2.32 per watt.

New EQ report clocks utilities at interconnecting small PV systems

A new study by EQ Research examines the length of the interconnection process for PV consumers in different U.S. utility service territories to connect to the grid and begin generating electricity.

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