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A “Swiss Army Knife” for home energy management

FranklinWH chief commercial officer Vincent Ambrose met with pv magazine USA to share his view of the evolving home energy storage industry.

Powin leverages battery cell-level data for high-performing grid-scale storage

The energy storage provider has grown rapidly from $200 million in sales in 2021 to over $2.2 billion in 2023.


Technology toolkit: Solar siting, permitting and land use

pv magazine USA connected with the founders of Transect and Paces AI, both of which provide tools to enable automated permitting, due diligence and siting solutions for the community solar and distributed generation project development market, as well as utility and grid stakeholders.

Wisconsin solar developer looks to expand to Chicago

SunVest expects to double its 2025 pipeline to 3 GW from its current 1.5 GW threshold, with an expectation of 215 MW of operating assets by year end 2023.

Global solar capacity additions hit 268 GW in 2022: BNEF

BloombergNEF solar analyst Jenny Chase says 268 GW of new solar capacity came online in 2022, with annual installations expected to hit 315 GW in 2023.


Urban Racking to focus on rooftop solar canopies in U.S. metropolitan markets

The company’s first 46 kW solar canopy was recently deployed in Brownsville, NYC, and features a low 4.5% shading factor.

50 states of solar incentives: Alabama

With a public utility market prohibitive of solar development, Alabama constituents are hopeful that the Inflation Reduction Act could create a market for behind-the-meter distributed generation activity.

rPlus Energies hosts 200 MW Utah solar facility ground-breaking

Appaloosa Solar 1 sits adjacent to one of Utah’s earliest utility-scale solar projects, the 80 MW Three Peaks Solar facility.

Watch: OMCO Solar talks growth, Inflation Reduction Act, and made-in-USA

In an interview at RE+ Anaheim with pv magazine USA, Eric Goodwin, director of business development at OMCO Solar shares his company’s story, and where it is headed.

Do we have enough engineers to conduct interconnection studies?

As two regional grid operators have flagged a shortage of qualified engineers to conduct interconnection studies, pv magazine usa spoke with Kalyan Chilukuri, a vice president with Electric Power Engineers, about industry staffing challenges and measures that might help.


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