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ENGIE begins work on its fleet’s behemoth

Construction has begun on the Long Draw Solar project, a 225 MW monster located in Borden County, set to serve four Texas municipalities.

$1 billion, 1.5 GWac, scaling manufacturing, and 73% growth in Q3 for SolarEdge

The inverter manufacturer met expectations of growth, slowed down 4th quarter projections, talked of ramping Vietnamese and Hungarian facilities, and generally sounded healthy.

WalMart and Tesla settle, $462 billion for EVs: pvMB 11/7/19

Hello happy people and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ve got on the menu a big PPA between Georgia Power and RWE, the First University Energy Institute Summit, Long Isalnd residents up in arms over the devaluation of community solar and more!

Vivint Solar boasts a record quarter

The company set records in installed megawatts and revenue, however operational losses, the bane of all third-party solar companies, still haunt Vivint.

Finding America’s most solar city

Cape Analytics has published a report breaking down which cities in America are home to the most solar per capita. Not to spoil anything, but be prepared to see a whole lot of California.

Big gas to blow, powerline tax credit, Trump dumps Paris, and more: pvMB 11/6/19

This is your midweek pv magazine USA morning brief. A report in Colorado shows how adding electric vehicles and building electrification can clean the state, SEIA highlights an additional 70 groups supporting the ITC extension, and more!

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Montana utility wants gas units; Sierra Club suspects biased modeling

In developing its resource plan, NorthWestern Energy apparently used modeling assumptions that favor gas-fired generation, says the Sierra Club. The group has filed a legal motion requesting access to the modeling inputs, and to the model itself.

PG&E, but run by the people

California Governor Gavin Newsom, in expressing his dissatisfaction with PG&E, has proposed that it is not out of the question that the state could intervene in the restructuring of the utility. But what would this kind of government intervention look like and what would it mean for solar?

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Dominion’s biggest project ever, EDP’s big buy: pvMB 11/5/19

Hello one and all and welcome to the beautiful pvMB. Today we have RES building a 57.5 MW plant for Origis, Fisker naming its new electric SUV with solar capabilities, the launch of Solar Cup and more!

Sacramento utility proposes eschewing rooftop mandate with community solar

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District has created a proposal which would allow homeowners to opt-into community solar programs in lieu of installing systems on their roofs.

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