The developer continues its nationwide expansion, building 800 MW of solar capacity in North Carolina, South Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York and Vermont alone.
Despite a lack of support at the state level for a clean energy economy, Cincinnati is moving forward.
The U.S. territory is still devastated and is struggling with basic needs, including a widespread lack of electricity. Global nonprofit OHorizons and battery company sonnen are trying to help.
Taking a page from the corporate procurement playbook, this “green tariff” could include solar plus storage and may be available to other institutions in the future.
Third quarter financial update sees strong growth in Asia but weak U.S. large-scale project demand drags on overall sales. Order backlog increases 25% to $407 million.
In line with the sluggishness of the residential solar sector Vivint’s volume deployed remains substantially lower than a year ago, as its business model shifts.
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