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Turkish solar module manufacturer begins production in Texas

Elin has an agreement with key U.S. distributors and will begin with 1 GW annual production, intending to increase to 2 GW within 18 months, the company reports.

People on the move: Affordable Wire Management, Generac, Infinity Power and more

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

People on the move: Silfab Solar, Green Lantern Solar, Generac, and more

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

Solving the challenges of a growing EV industry

The U.S. Department of Energy announced funding for 17 battery recycling projects and also announces the launch of Battery Workforce Initiative to train tomorrow’s workers.

Sunrise brief: California pivots to propose $24 average fixed fee to electric bills

Also on the rise: Solar module prices remain steady amid unchanged market fundamentals. U.S. solar industry week in review. And more.

Sunrise brief: West Virginia Governor vetoes bill that would double allowable solar project size

Also on the rise: Half of homeowners see solar as a good investment, but 75% said cost is a problem. Solar and storage to replace last coal plants in New England.

DOE awards $5 million for clean energy workforce development through minority-supporting institutions

The funding will go to Tennessee State and University of Texas, El Paso, to help train students in the skills needed to succeed in solar and other clean energy careers.

People on the move: Sol Systems, Origis, Soltec and more.

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

NABCEP conference 2024 shining bright in Raleigh

The 14th annual continuing education conference of the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners is the largest ever, with over 1,000 registrants.

Longi denies massive layoff plan, says job cuts could reach up to 5%

Chinese solar manufacturer Longi has responded to recent media reports claiming that it might cut 30% of its global workforce.

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