Also on the rise: Intersect Power arranges $2.6B in financing for solar plus storage projects, Standard Solar announces 24 MW community solar in Maryland, and PS Oklahoma seeks solar and wind capacity.
The deals will allow Intersect to move forward on 2.2 GWdc of late-stage solar projects along with 1.4 GWh of storage slated to be in operation by 2023.
Landfill sited solar capacity would nearly double Biden administration goals to grow community solar while increasing total U.S. solar power capacity by about 58%.
The solar facilities will be built by D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments under power purchase or build transfer agreements.
Battery energy storage capacity may be included, and the solar projects must be sited in Oklahoma.
Also on the rise: A trade court tossed out a Trump action on bifacial modules, and a real estate giant will use its C&I database to identify sites for rooftop solar and energy storage.
The forecast include electricity generated from both utility-scale and small-scale solar facilities in the electric power, residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.
Bloom Energy produced hydrogen fuel using CSP technology from Heliogen.
Also on the rise: Rooftop solar fires are a real and growing risk, A-SMACC says it could refile anti-dumping tariff petitions, and five New England colleges now are powered by solar under a novel PPA arrangement.
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