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No cost solar-plus-storage planned for residents and businesses in Washington D.C. area

Electriq Power and SEDC Solar are partnering on a program that will provide solar and battery storage systems, complete with maintenance to LMI residents, small businesses, and churches in the Washington D.C. area at no cost to the user.

Nextracker announces second dedicated steel line for tracker components

Nextracker will now have a manufacturing line dedicated to producing steel tracker components for use in utility-scale solar power plants at Atkore’ Phoenix, Arizona facility, which has been expanded and reconfigured with new capacity dedicated to Nextracker products.

Common Energy’s vision for the future of community solar

Following a $16.5 million investment, the company is looking to grow its team and product quickly, in what CEO and Founder, Richard Keiser, sees as an inevitably consolidating market.

Li-Cycle opens its third North American Spoke facility

The Gilbert, Arizona facility will be able to process up to 10,000 metric tons of manufacturing scrap and end-of-life batteries per year.

Legal petition calls for an FTC investigation into electric utility abuses

Denying customers access to renewable energy, bribery, and fake dark-money campaigns are just a few of the purported abuses that more than 230 groups are urging the Federal Trade Commission to investigate.

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An American at Intersolar, Part II – Solar Panels

The first two halls at Intersolar Europe 2022 were packed with many variants of solar panels and innovations: from eight-foot-tall monsters, to red, green and blue modules, to small, climbable modules from Meyer Burger.

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New Belgium brews beer with the help of the sun

The company’s third solar installation is the first on it’s Asheville, North Carolina brewery, and will offset roughly 11,100 tons of carbon dioxide over its lifetime.

People on the Move: PosiGen, Power Factors, Ulteig, and more

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

Sunrise brief: PV Reliability Scorecard results in record number of Top Performers in every test

Also on the rise: An American at Intersolar. Why a long-term maintenance plan is essential. Solar that works in the shade. Scout Clean Energy buys nearly 400 MW of First Solar modules. Pine Gate purchases 2.4 GWh of EnerVenue batteries. And more.

Scout Clean Energy buys nearly 400 MW of First Solar modules

The 378 MW of modules will be used to begin construction on several late stage projects with start of operations expected in 2024 across Scout’s 12 GW renewable project development pipeline.