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Sunrise brief: Amazon hits 100% renewable energy goal

Also on the rise: Solar panel cleaning with electromagnetic waves, Anker launches all-in-one home storage solution, and more.

Anker launches new all-in-one home storage solution

Anker has developed a new all-in-one home storage solution with up to 30 kWh of capacity, available in single-phase and three-phase configurations.

Sunrise brief: World’s first anode-free sodium solid-state battery

Also on the rise: Indiana’s largest solar power plant about to come online.

World’s first anode-free sodium solid-state battery

Researchers at the Laboratory for Energy Storage and Conversion have created a new sodium battery architecture with stable cycling for several hundred cycles, which could serve as a future direction to enable low-cost, high-energy-density and fast-charging batteries.

Sunrise brief: Tariffs may stall the growth of the U.S. solar industry

Also on the rise: Toledo Solar goes out of business. Hydrogen power plants feasible but inefficient. And more.

Transfer switch for home solar power integration

Nature’s Generator now offers a 50-amp, 12-circuit switch to manually power up selected circuits from backup system.

Sunrise brief: California approves 525 MWac of solar and 320 MW of geothermal

Also on the rise: Global solar installations to nearly quadruple by 2033. Vineyard installs solar to keep distillery warehouse cool. And more.

Battery storage deployment in Canada kicks into gear

The deployment of battery energy storage systems (BESS) in Canada is picking up the pace, with the announcement of a 705 MWh battery storage system delivery to Nova Scotia by Canadian Solar’s e-Storage and various other projects in provinces across the country. However, this surge cannot come quickly enough says Energy Storage Canada.

California city to install pop-up solar canopy with EV charging

The City of Campbell contracted with Paired Power to install its Pairtree solar canopy.

The secret to keeping a highly renewable island grid stable

It may seem counterintuitive to operators who are familiar with traditional grid management methods, but the key to stabilizing the destabilizing effects of more renewables on the grid is–more renewables.

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