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Texas’ largest commercial solar array tops Toyota headquarters

Powered by SunPower panels, the installation is made up of four carport systems built on the top of the campus’ parking garages and is expected to to offset approximately 33% of the headquarters’ energy needs.

Approval granted for New York’s largest community solar project

The town of Grand Island in Upstate New York has authorized a 4.4 MW-DC community solar project, one of three that developer Blue Rock Energy has either completed or has underway in the state.

PV plant built on nuke site as renewables surpass nuclear in March, April

The 1 MW plant on the site of half-built nuclear power plant in Tennessee is a harbinger of things to come in the U.S. and global electricity mixes, as demonstrated in March and April.

Tesla, Neoen to build world’s largest lithium-ion battery in Australia

The installation will be paired with a wind farm in South Australia. At 129 MWh, it will become the world’s largest lithium ion battery project, and is being developed in conjunction with French renewable energy firm Neoen.

El Paso has impressive clean energy potential, but its utility is trying to block solar’s growth

In this op-ed, Environmental Defense Fund’s John Hall argues that El Paso Electric’s recent rate proposal, including discriminatory rates for pv system owners, will undermine the city’s ability to reach its potential.


San Antonio continues its transformation into “Sun” Antonio

A recent City Council decision to join the SolarHost program could save the city $11,800 per year.

Oregon sets rules for 160 MW of community solar

Regulators in the Northwest state have approved rules for participation in the state’s community solar program, however advocates stress that there is more work to be done.

G20 nations dragging their heels on low-carbon transition, reports find

Study from Climate Transparency shows that while green finance among G20 nations has been stepped up, legacy commitments to fossil fuels mean countries will miss “well below 2 degree” warming limit set at Paris Agreement. Fossil fuel spending still four times higher than renewable spending, Oil Change International report also finds.

North Carolina bill would revise PURPA procurement rules if signed by governor

House Bill 589, which overhauls the regulations surrounding utility procurement from independent power producers, passed in the wee hours this morning and heads to Gov. Roy Cooper for his signature.

California considers changes to community-choice-aggregation fees

The CPUC will examine whether the additional charges added to the bills of consumers who leave IOUs for alternative power producers are equitable, particularly as such customer bases continue to grow.

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