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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.

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.

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.

Clorox achieves renewables goal for U.S., Canadian operations four years early

The manufacturer reached its target with the help of a 70 MW virtual power purchase agreement with a Texas solar project.

Companies call on Biden Administration to speed shift to zero-carbon power

Working alongside the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance, the sector-leading brands outline a trio of policies they say must be taken to achieve a zero-carbon power sector.

Product roundup: Enphase, Panasonic, Con Edison, startups, and more

Check out this week’s list of some of the newest announcements related to clean energy products.

Tampa Electric doubles its solar-powered homes goal

The utility plans to power the equivalent of 200,000 homes with solar energy by 2023, and retire a coal plant 18 years ahead of schedule.

Former Houston landfill set to become the country’s largest urban solar project

The 50 MW Sunnyside solar project is set to be constructed on 240 acres of former landfill land just outside of downtown Houston.


Hawaiian Electric takes an ‘install first, approve later’ approach to residential solar

The utility has launched a new program, Quick Connect, aimed at accelerating the process for turning on new residential solar systems.