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Sunrise brief: Bifacial solar module tariffs reinstated

Also on the rise: More bark than bite–U.S. solar tariffs and the shadow of larger trade measures. Solidion seeks to provide sodium-based electrolytes as an alternative to lithium-ion batteries. And more.

Solidion seeks to provide sodium-based electrolytes as an alternative to lithium-ion batteries

The company says the technology’s better cycle times and potential lower costs would benefit grid storage and EV sectors.

Sunrise brief: Solar-friendly Maryland passes the Brighter Tomorrow Act 

Also on the rise: Quino Energy ramps up production of its organic flow battery formulation. Sinovoltaics publishes energy storage manufacturer financial stability ranking. And more.

Quino Energy ramps up production of its organic flow battery formulation

The company seeks to replace vanadium and compete with lithium-ion batteries for grid storage.

Sinovoltaics publishes energy storage manufacturer financial stability ranking

The report lists Tesla as number one, followed by South Korean’s LG Energy Solution, Taiwan-based Kung Long Battery, China’s Mustang Battery, along with U.S.-based Solid Power in the top five.

Sunrise brief: Solar to contribute over 60% of new U.S. electricity generation in 2024

Also on the rise: Sodium battery startup wins People’s Choice Award at Industry Growth Forum. Passive solar tracker wind stowing boosts energy production. And more.

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Powin Pod energy storage platform introduced at Cleanpower 2024

The new multi-cell-based hardware platform complements the Centipede product line and is designed for utility-scale projects.

Sodium battery startup wins People’s Choice Award at Industry Growth Forum

Adena Power is developing an energy storage solution using sodium batteries and domestically-sourced raw materials.

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Sunrise brief: Maxeon sues REC, Hanwha Qcells for alleged TOPCon patent infringement

Also on the rise: Anker home energy storage system now available in North America. Nextracker cuts solar tracker carbon by 35% with recycled steel and electric furnaces. And more.

Australian battery materials company plans U.S. manufacturing plant

Sicona has confirmed it will develop its first commercial manufacturing facility in the United States as part of its ambition to become the biggest producer of silicon-carbon battery materials in the world.

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