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People on the Move: FlexGen, EdgeEnergy, Local Solar for All, and more

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

Eco Energy World enters U.S. solar market

The company, which will establish its American headquarters in New York, is the largest operating solar developer in Sweden and has previously developed projects in Europe, Australia, the Middle East and Africa.

People on the Move: Encore Renewable Energy, The Brattle Group, ACORE, and more

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

Alencon expands its Philly R&D and manufacturing facility

The company has also doubled its workforce and improved the energy efficiency of the facility, which is used to manufacture Alencon’s galvanically isolated DC:DC optimizers and research next-generation technology innovations.

People on the Move: Solar Energy World, energyOrbit, Fusion Fuel Green, and more

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

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Sunrise brief: Corporate leaders play critical role in driving clean energy

Also on the rise: The Sun Mountain of Vermont completes solar installation. BLUETTI announces Sodium-ion solar generator. End of year job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.

People on the Move: SunPower, NREL, Vision Solar, and more

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

Meyer Burger brings 400 MW high-performance solar module manufacturing to Arizona

A diversified and talented workforce, proximity to customers, and strong partnerships on the ground in Arizona prompted Meyer Burger to establish a production site in Goodyear, Arizona.

People on the Move: Borrego, American Energy Partners, EnerVenue, and more

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

Three solar installations to feed Meta data centers completed in Georgia

The three projects add 287 MW of solar energy to the Peach State, and bring the capacity of projects supporting Meta’s (Facebook) operations to 435 MW.

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