Also in the rise: Partners will test a large-scale vehicle-to-grid charging system, Canadian Solar funds a startup whose focus is on the rest of the world, Griddy files for Chapter 11 after ERCOT mess, and Daqo signs a supply agreement with a new wafer manufacturer.
Also on the rise: Siemens Energy will assess its hydrogen technology to supply a Utah power plant, and Hyzon Motors will build a plant to bolster the fuel cell supply chain for big trucks.
The now former company has laid off its remaining staff, locked its offices and left dozens of customers, sub-contractors and former employees asking what comes next.
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This bankruptcy comes with a political edge — because the startup received $737 million in a U.S. federal loan guarantee as part of the 2009 stimulus package — during the Obama administration.
A new report shows that both venture capital and total corporate funding to the three sectors are down, driven by battery storage funding failing to compare to a record-setting 2019.
Also in the brief: Florida Power & Light quietly reduces solar commitment, and new MWT BIPV from Sunport Power.
PetersenDean came to solar from the roofing world and has long been a top-ten U.S. solar installer with a multi-state regional practice.
Also in the brief: Community solar for Covid recovery, flaring wasted $750 million of natural gas, and coal’s descent.
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