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Energy Transition Jobs: FERC chairman, iBUILT, Maxeon Solar, NeoVolta, Bernhard Capital, Rubicon Capital, and more

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

Corporations bought record total of clean energy despite devastating year

“To not only maintain, but grow, the clean energy procurement market under these conditions is a testament to how high sustainability is on many corporations’ agendas,” said the lead author of a new BNEF report.

Solar O&M providers merge

NovaSource Power Services in 2020 took over the operations and maintenance businesses of SunPower and First Solar.

SCE agrees to $2.2 billion payout to settle wildfire claims

The fire destroyed more than 1,600 structures, injured three firefighters and killed three people in November 2018 as it burned near Malibu.

Distributed Solar Development closes on $300 million debt facility

The debt will be used to finance commercial and industrial projects and distributed generation assets, and will accommodate multiple tax equity partnerships and structures.

Intersect Power fuels growth with $600 million in equity and debt

The company has a pipeline of 3.2 GW of late-stage solar and storage projects that will enter service by 2023. Its 425 MW Juno solar project is set to come online this fall.

Strata Solar inks module supply deal with LONGi

The deal is for 500 MW of bifacial monocrystalline module capacity over the next two years, with an additional volume commitment to be negotiated later.

Three energy startups to watch in 2021

From panel coatings to power line monitoring and a meter collar that could save homeowners up to $2,000 on a solar installation, Daniel Goldman of Clean Energy Ventures highlights companies that he thinks will break through in 2021.

Sunrise brief: 20 MW Cummins electrolyzer is producing green hydrogen

Also on the rise: Salient Energy wins a grant to advance its zinc-ion battery tech, Ingeteam supplies equipment for a California solar project, and a new call for to avert global “energy apartheid.”

Drought conditions could impact power generation in the West

Ongoing drought and low snowpack mean that hydro production at two big dams could be impacted, affecting the West’s power supply in 2021.

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