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Sunrise brief: Module maker taps Georgia for new manufacturing plant

Also on the rise: Using AI to detect faults in residential solar systems, Georgia Power gets an OK for a BESS, and China’s power woes are affecting U.S. solar markets.

Computer model uses AI to detect faults in residential solar

SunDown detects and classifies per-panel faults without the need for additional sensors and was developed by researchers at the University of Massachusetts.

Watch: Wallbox unveils new commercial energy management system

The Sirius energy management system will power commercial buildings with the greenest or cheapest electricity source possible automatically, while storing energy surpluses in EVs or battery walls to combat generation/demand imbalance.

LG to supply RWE with 200 MW of storage

The capacity will be coming across two RWE solar + storage projects in the US, though the specific projects have not yet been announced.

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Sunverge, Simply Energy, Nissan and Wallbox partner on vehicle-to-home and EV-to-grid services

By combining Sunverge’s advanced intelligent energy management platform, Wallbox’s bi-directional EV charging stations, and Nissan’s compact EV, the companies plan to enhance distributed energy resource control and load management.

Sunrise brief: FlexGen and Relectrify score big investment wins

Also on the rise: Terabase acquires a performance modeling software platform, Tigo launches a rapid shutdown device, and NV5 Global acquires Sage Renewable Energy.

Relectrify closes multi-million dollar round of funding

The company will use the funds to expand its team, as it looks to show off the innovation of its cell-level battery management system and inverter technology.

Tigo launches rapid shutdown device for modules up to 700W

The Tigo TS4-A-S allows for rapid shutdown, monitoring and is safely operable from -40°F to +185°F.

Palmetto launches Instant Proposal service

Using data from Mapdwell, Palmetto can now generate and design a residential solar system proposal in a minute.

Q CELLS, Samsung enter into ‘Zero Energy Home’ partnership

By combining hardware and software platforms, the two aim to create ‘zero energy homes,’ where energy is produced and used optimally on-site.

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