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Maryland becomes the 23rd community solar state

With the signing of HB 908, Maryland becomes the 23rd U.S. state to implement a shared-access community solar framework without limitation to accessibility.


People on the move: SunPower, Eagleview, Solar Landscape and more

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

Solar glass provider to expand production by 6 GW to meet demand

Canadian Premium Sand will expand production to provide its solar panel glass to Qcells, Meyer Burger, and Heliene, each of which signed large supply agreements.

PosiGen procures $250 million debt facility to fund energy communities projects

The new funding commitment will provide expansion into additional markets nationwide for PosiGen, with a direct focus on serving households with high energy burdens who stand to benefit the most from transitioning to clean energy.

Surnrise brief: Treasury Department releases guidance on solar domestic content

Also on the rise: First Solar acquires perovskite specialist Evolar. Wind and solar energy saved Texans $11 billion in 2022. And more.

Solar earnings recap: Tigo Energy, Nextracker and FTC Solar

pv magazine USA’s recap of notable upstream solar, integrated solar, hardware, finance and rooftop installers that reported quarterly or fiscal year earnings over the last week.

New York law allows power authority to build renewable projects

The Build Public Renewables Act directs the New York Power Authority to plan, construct, and operate renewable energy projects in service of the state’s renewable energy goals.

First Solar acquires perovskite specialist Evolar

First Solar has agreed to pay $38 million to buy Swedish manufacturing startup Evolar AB, as it seeks to expand development of high-efficiency tandem PV tech.

Above: Orbital and Ascent Solar receive federal grant for orbital thin-film panels

The companies received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program Phase I award from the Air Force to develop a solar-heated crucible.

Napa Valley wine producer to expand onsite solar capacity to 9.2 MW

The U.S. division of Treasury Wine Estates announced a substantial expansion of its wineries’ onsite solar generation capacity by adding 6.5 MW of new installations, to be installed by Shell Energy Solutions.

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