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ITC says that Section 201 tariffs should be extended

The issue now moves to President Joe Biden who will decide whether or not to extend the tariffs beyond their February 2022 expiration.

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People on the Move: Delta Solar, Convergent Energy, Volt Energy Utility, and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.

Sunrise brief: Investors are targeting renewables–and hydrogen–like never before

Also on the rise: Solar capacity additions are recovering from a subdued 2020, utilities ask for 50 MW of solar in West Virginia, and Broad Reach gets a $400 million equity commitment.

Energy storage firm Broad Reach gets a $400 million equity infusion

The funding commitment comes as Apollo takes a 50% stake in the company from venture capital firm EnCap Energy.

Utilities seek OK from West Virginia regulators for five solar projects

A 2020 bill authorizes electric utilities to own and operate up to 200 MW of renewable energy facilities.

CSI Solar to cooperate with CATL on battery energy storage

CSI’s parent Canadian Solar said it has a global battery storage pipeline of 21 GWh, including 2.9 GWh under construction.

Utilities and financial investors are investing in renewables, especially hydrogen, like never before

A new Ernst & Young power and utilities overview report shows that utilities and other deep-pocketed investors are putting financial support behind their environmental, social and governance initiatives.

Sunrise brief: Florida bill targets solar net metering

Also on the rise: Ohio regulators OK another 600 MW of solar, and a megawatt-scale bifacial solar project enters service near the Arctic Circle.

Florida bill would cut solar net metering compensation

The bill would shift compensation rates to the utility’s avoided cost of generation, and open the door for a host of fixed charges aimed at solar.

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Ohio regulators approve another 600 MW of solar

The projects include the 275 MW Cadence Solar Energy project, one of the largest projects to be approved for construction in the Buckeye State.